Join Imam Shamshad Nasir, from Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, for a lecture and discussion on Islam, the True Teachings, and why there is so much confusion around Islam. Imam Shamshad Nasir has more than 35 years of experience on the subject and he has travelled worldwide and given lectures on the subject.
Join local author Anna Krushelnitskaya for a discussion of her new book Cold War Casual – a collection of transcribed oral testimony and interviews gathered from American and Russian citizens who lived during the Cold War. Cold War Casual delves into the impact of the conflict, including the government propaganda, on the attitudes of regular citizens on both sides of the Iron Curtain.
In this workshop you’ll learn the basics about how to start your own business.
Join speaker Frank Castria, Community Relations Officer with Detroit USCIS, for a talk on the process of becoming a US Citizen.
Incorporating an international experience into your college application can be a valuable asset and distinguish you from other competitive applicants.
Study abroad can be a transformational experience and has proven to build cultural competence, language skills, confidence, maturity, problem solving abilities and inspire an authentic global perspective. Simply ‘doing’ a study abroad program is not the goal. Incorporating what you have learned abroad to contribute to your local community is where true benefits emerge.
Three panelists from the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor community will discuss how the widespread availability of both alcohol and nicotine have negative impacts on these substances' understood health risks. They will explore this topic from different perspectives: scientific research, health risks, and legal implications.
This event is in partnership with Scientists for Outreach on Addiction Research (SOAR) in the U–M Department of Pharmacology.
Matthew Riemer, co-author of We Are Everywhere: Protest, Power, and Pride in the History of Queer Liberation, uses imagery and narrative culled from years of research to examine how the struggles and triumphs of the queer past can inform the present with an eye toward a more liberated future.
Learn about Russian art and then create your own posters in the Russian style. We will look at various Russian posters and talk about what makes them so distinctive. Then you can create your own! All supplies are provided.
Amateur (ham) radio is more popular than ever with a record number of people enjoying this hobby. Local operator Dan Romanchik will explain the latest possibilities for amateur radio including satellite communications, software-defined radio, and wireless networking. He will also discuss the local amateur radio community, why this technology is still relevant today, and how to become a licensed operator. 73!