In this program you will first be introduced to resume constructing, focusing on the language and cultural differences between English & Chinese resumes. Then you'll learn about career resources at U-M and the Kinesiology Career Development Center. Lunch provided. Presenter: Jiajun Zhu. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, large student space (rm 105).
Want to learn more about cross-campus transferring into the School of Kinesiology? Attend one of our Cross-Campus Information Sessions! La'Joya Orr, Managing Director for Kinesiology Recruitment & Admissions, will be there to answer your questions and help you make the switch to Kines. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/L3r1N. Location: OUSA offices, 555 S. Forest, lower (garden) level.
Dr. Lee Toomajian (MVS '92) will join us to discuss his career experiences in the medical field. He is part of a multi-specialty practice in suburban Detroit. He practices internal medicine and is on staff at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital. He has been practicing medicine for 17 years. Lunch included. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, room 105 (large student space).
The Center for Exercise Research (CXR) Lecture Series continues, this time featuring MVS assistant professor Andy Ludlow. Andy is director of the Integrative Molecular Genetics Laboratory (IMGL) and will discuss the work he's doing. Location: Bickner Auditorium, 3735 CCRB.
The 25th Annual Health & Fitness Workshop will provide ready-to-implement ideas and practices for teachers to take back to their classroom. Keynote this year, "Coaching Women in Sports," featuring U-M head coaches in womens golf, womens gymnastics, dance, and cheer.Brochure: http://myumi.ch/LBbDo. Registration: http://myumi.ch/aMbZN.
Many students express a desire to ensure lasting, positive impact and are motivated by opportunities to serve the public good. Join us for a panel discussion featuring medical and rehabilitation practitioners. Lunch provided. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, room 105 (large student space).
Prospective students interested in pursuing advanced degrees in Movement Science and Sport Management are invited to tune in to our webinar where you'll be able to converse with graduate program staff. Masters and doctoral programs will be discussed. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/6QYWE. Location: it's a webinar, so wherever you are.
The Center for Exercise Research (CXR) Lecture Series continues, this time featuring MVS associate professor Jacob Haus. Jacob is director of the Human Bioenergetics Lab (HBL) and will discuss the work he's doing. Location: Bickner Auditorium, 3735 CCRB.