Members of the Sustainification Forum (Sustainability + Beautification) discuss the value of locally grown foods with EQ Chef Buzz
Professor Helen Fox's first year seminar class, Unteaching Racism, solicit feedback from the RC community
RC Associate Director and Director of RC Academic Advising, Jennifer Myers, discusses academic options with a student
RC intensive language study facilitates participation in the many U-M sponsored study abroad programs
Here's what's happening - right now - at the RC
Welcome Residential College Class of 2018!
RC orientation began on June 9, and continues through the end of July. While you're here, be sure to say hello to Jennifer Myers, Charlie Murphy and Melanie Karner of Academic Services. They're here to help you navigate your journey from orientation to graduation. If you have any questions or problems, ask them first; if they can't help you, they will direct you to the people who can. You may have already met or spoken with Lana Kanitz, our admissions coordinator. She'll be around this summer, too, so feel free to look her up.
Congratulations on your admission to Michigan, and to the Residential College. We're all looking forward to meeting you this summer and to getting to know you better over the course of your college career.
The global environmental justice movement is “inspired by activists, artists, teachers, and scholars,” and is defined as “the right of all people to share equally in the benefits of a healthy environment” (Adamson et al).
Janet Hegman Shier, the students of RC Deutsches Theater, Michael Gould,, and Ken Mikolowski, instructor in the RC Creative Writing Program will collaborate on several multi-genre events centered around a two-week residency of Tanz Tangente, a dance troupe from Germany.
Janet Hegman Sheir is the Head of the RC German Program and Director of RC Deutsches Theater. Michael Gould is an instructor in the RC Music Program, where he teaches Afro-Cuban Drumming and a Found Instruments class in which students perform on instruments they have created themselves from found objects. Ken Mikolowski is an instructor in the RC Creative Writing Program. He teaches poetry, he writes poetry, and he edits and publishes poetry.
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Residential College Funding Priorities in Victors for Michigan Campaign
Over the past several years, we've worked to examine and define our priorities for the Victors for Michigan campaign which begins on November 8, 2013 and ends in 2017 - the year of the RC's 50th anniversary, and the University of Michigan's bicentennial. Read about our priorities here.
- Larry Cressman exhibits Student Work
08/28/2014 - 09/07/2014;
- Residential College Convocation
- Opening Reception: Larry Cressman exhibits student work