The Sport Business Association (SBA) invites you to participate in a 5K run/walk to benefit the Chad Tough Foundation. Details and registration at michigansba.com/5k-race-registration/. Location: The Arb.
Attend this workshop to develop a strategy for reaching out, connecting, and engaging with alumni and professionals. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, 2nd floor conference room (#201).
U-M Baseball Stadium, Fisher Classroom (1114 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104)
The Kinesiology Alumni Society invites students to this special panel discussion on education relating to athlete recovery. The goal is to share new science, technology updates, and research on this topic from the perspective of each speaker’s area of expertise. Location: U-M Baseball Stadium, Fisher Classroom (1114 S. State St.)
What you share on your social media profiles can impact you in the future. Join alum Michael Melfi (SM ‘99) as he discusses what makes a good online presence and the importance of social media. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space.
Kinesiology students and their families are cordially invited to visit OUSA to meet faculty and staff, visit our Career Development Center, and hear about some of the research currently happening in our school. Location: OUSA Office, 555 S. Forest, Garden Level.
Chicagoland alumni and friends -- join us for our annual game watch! Kick back and watch our Wolverines take on the Golden Gophers. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/J9Pnx. Location: Rockit River North, 22 W. Hubbard, Chicago. (NOTE: TIME IS TBD)
The Center for Global Engagement is excited to announce we will be hosting an information for Kinesiology Sponsored Spring 2018 Student Abroad Programs Tuesday, October 10th, from 5:30pm-7:30pm, in the Large Student Space at 555 S Forest.
The 2-Hour Job Search manual gives career seekers a systematic, tech-savvy formula to efficiently and effectively target potential employers. RSVP at bit.ly/ KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space.
Find, leverage, and develop internship opportunities with an effective internship search strategy. Attend this program to learn how to structure, plan, and implement your goals to maximize your internship search today! RSVP at bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, 2nd floor conference room (#201).
The most accurate predictor of future performance is past performance in a similar situation. Behavioral interviewing is a technique used by employers to learn about your past behavior. This program will help you prepare, impress, and perform during a job interview! RSVP on KINNECTIONS (http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS).
Khaki Time! NYC-area alumni -- come join the Kinesiology Alumni Society (KAS) and watch our Wolverines take on the Badgers! Friends are welcome. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/Jd1Nn. Location: Barleycorn, 23 Park Place, NYC. NOTE: KICKOFF TIME IS TBD.
The annual Health & Fitness Workshop (formerly PE Workshop), put on by Kinesiology Community Programs for K-12 educators, provides ready-to-implement ideas and practices teachers can take right back to their classroom. Wear active apparel! Brochure: http://myumi.ch/J7P3g, RSVP: http://myumi.ch/J2VZ9. Location: CCRB lobby (north entrance).
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is the world’s most trusted and widely used personality tool. Attend this program to learn your four-letter MBTI preference type and gain insights on how you get energized, collect information, make decisions, and approach the world. Registration required by 11/27. Assessment will be emailed to registered students on 11/28 and must be completed by 12/3. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, lower level, rm 105.