Newly accepted graduate students will gather for a brief welcome and overview of the Graduate Program and the services offered at U-M, Rackham, and Kinesiology. Breakout advising sessions and a tour of our buildings will follow. Later, some of our current graduate students will talk about their experiences and some of the cool things to do in Ann Arbor. Location: 3040 CCRB.
New students and parents are invited to stop by the new Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs (OUSA) and see student programming and study space, the new career center and advising offices. The first 150 new students will receive a small new student survival gift for stopping by! Location: 555 S. Forest, garden level.
U-Move Fitness invites students to sample their classes for free, September 8-14! Not sure what Kettlebell is all about? Drop in and find out! For more details, visit the U-Move section of the Kinesiology website, http://www.kines.umich.edu/umove.
Stop by the CCRB lawn from 3:00pm-5:00pm to learn more about Kinesiology-sponsored student organizations, the U-Move fitness program. Meet Kinesiology faculty and staff, and enjoy some light snacks. Location: CCRB lawn (corner of Washtenaw and Geddes, south end of CCRB).
The inaugural Health Professions Education (HPE) Day will bring together educational scholars, practitioners, researchers, and students across the university to share best practices and explore opportunities for collaboration and innovation.
University of Michigan students, alumni, family & friends are invited to Comerica Park to enjoy a night of Tigers baseball and post-game fireworks (weather permitting) with a special ticket package. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Bernard "Pat" Maloy Scholarship Fund.
Prospective students and their parents are invited to our next Prospective Student Day. Highlights include a welcome from Dean Zernicke; a panel of faculty, current students, and alumni; and an information fair.
San Francisco-area Kinesiology alumni are invited to see Michigan take on the Terrapins in their first B1G 10 test of the Harbaugh era. Come meet your fellow alumni, with proceeds benefiting the Michigan Kinesiology Scholarship fund. Location: Bitters, Bock & Rye, San Francisco.
New York City-area Kinesiology alumni are invited to see Michigan take on the Terrapins in their first B1G 10 test of the Harbaugh era. Come meet your fellow alumni, with proceeds benefiting the Michigan Kinesiology Scholarship fund. Location: Barleycorn, New York City.