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
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RC Minicourse: #Black Lives Matter
In response to recent events in Ferguson, NYC and elsewhere, and in support of the #BlackLivesMatter mobilization across the U.S., the RC is teaching a minicourse this semester. All classes are Monday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm in 1405 East Quad, and all are open to the public. You can find a list of topics here.
BREAKING NEWS: You can also read more about the mincourse in the LSA Magazine online.
Brown Funding Application period is closed for Winter 2015
We received many well-written applications from RC students and students who've declared a RC major for study abroad, internship and Semester in Detroit funding and we're looking forward to reading them. We extend thanks to our RC faculty members who assisted the process by reading applications in advance.
In addition to individual notification of the award winners, we will publish their names on our homepage. Watch this page for announcements of the recipients - coming around the first of April, 2015.
- A student's opinion piece composed for RC Class printed in the Michigan Daily March 11, 2015
- RC Professor Susan Crowell to exhibit her work in National Conference March 9, 2015
- Three RC alumni awarded Fullbrights February 23, 2015
- Uncanny Valley by Future Retrieval
02/20/2015 - 04/10/2015;
- 5:00 PM
- RC Creative Writing Senior Honors Thesis Reading
- 8:00 PM
- Detroiters Speak: Foundations and Detroit
- 8:30 PM