Events

  • Sep 12

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Vandenberg (2nd floor) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 14

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Room 4 (1st floor) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 18

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Palmer Commons – Plaza Room 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 19

    EarthFest!

    Diag - Central Campus 10:00am – 2:00pm

    EarthFest is designed to engage, entertain, and educate University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff on all aspects of sustainability. Come browse dozens of booths with information on how to get involved in sustainability on campus and beyond. Enjoy free healthy food, live entertainment, and sustainability-related games with prizes!

    The event is organized around the four themes of our Campus Sustainability Goals: Climate Action, Waste Prevention, Healthy Environments and Community Awareness. U-M student organizations, U-M departments, and community groups focused on sustainability promote their work on campus and in the greater university community. The format changes slightly each year but you can always count on free food, entertainment, activities—and you might even learn some things about sustainability at U-M that you didn't know!

  • Sep 19

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    LSA Building – Tisch Hall (Room 1014) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 24

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Pierpont Commons – East Room 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 25

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Duderstadt Center (Media Union) – Room #1120D & Connector Hallway Space 3 8:00am – 12:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Sep 25

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Michigan Room (2nd floor) 2:00pm – 6:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 3

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Henderson (3rd floor) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 9

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Michigan Room (2nd floor) 4:00pm – 8:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 10

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Duderstadt Center (Media Union) – Room #1120 A & B 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 12

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Michigan (2nd floor) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 15

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Pierpont Commons – East Room 4:00pm – 8:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 16

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Michigan Room (2nd floor) 12:00pm – 4:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 17

    Lauren Bon: Creation V. Destruction

    Off Campus Location 5:10pm – 6:30pm

    Based in Los Angeles, Lauren Bon is an artist who works with architecture, performance, photography, sound, and farming to create urban, public, and land art projects to galvanize social and political transformation. These “devices of wonder,” as she describes her work, are produced from her creative practice space, Metabolic Studio. With a heart for self-sustaining and self-diversifying systems, Bon seeks to inspire and uncover ways of regeneration over consumer waste. Not a Cornfield (2005–2006) turned a 32-acre brownfield in the historic center of Los Angeles into a state park; Bon’s Strawberry Flag (2009–2010) was an aquaponic strawberry farm raised at an under-purposed property that was deeded to be a home for veterans in 1888. Her 2007 work AgH20 spanned 240 miles, reconnecting the city of LA with the natural elements that made it viable: the mined mountains of the Owens Valley. Her studio’s current project, Bending the River Back into the City, utilizes Los Angeles’s first private water right to create a commons and allows the exchange of water to create social capital.

    Co-presented with the Community of Food, Society and Justice Conference, October 17-18. This conference will engage students, faculty, staff, farmers, and the community in rigorous dialogue around the challenges of meeting the nutritional needs of our communities, while also protecting the planet, promoting healthy lives, and ensuring food justice. The conference is free and open to the public, thanks to its co-sponsors: the U-M Residential College, East Quad Garden, Michigan Dining, U-M Sustainable Food Systems Initiative, U-M Sustainable Food Program, U-M Campus Farm, Knight Wallace House, U-M Program in the Environment, Michigan Law Environmental Law and Policy Program, U-M Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, and the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speakers Series.

    Image: One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct, 2013. Photo by Joshua White.

  • Oct 18

    The Community of Food, Society, and Justice Conference

    Free and open to all students, faculty, staff, and the public (registration required)
    East Quadrangle – Keene Theater 8:00am – 5:30pm

    The ways that we meet the nutritional needs of our communities, while also protecting the planet, promoting healthy lives, and ensuring food justice are among the greatest challenges facing our Nation and the world today. Centuries of unsustainable agricultural practices and inequitable food distribution place our food systems in peril. How to address these challenges and feed a hungry population raise transformative issues for our communities and academics committed to sustainability and food justice throughout the world.

    The Community of Food, Society & Justice Conference will engage students, faculty, staff, farmers, and the community in rigorous dialogue around these challenges. The conference will be structured around a foundation of interdisciplinary scholarship that agrees that recognizing structural relations of power are necessary in order to confront race, class, and gender privileges on issues such as food justice.

    Our keynote speaker is investigative reporter, Tracie McMillan, traciemcmillan.com, author of The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Walmart, Applebee’s, Farm Fields and the Dinner Table, and “The New Face of Hunger”.

    >> CONFERENCE SCHEDULE >>
    Friday, October 18:
    8:00 am Registration table in EQ Upper Atrium
    8:00 am Continental Breakfast EQ Private Dining Room

    8:45 am Welcome, Keene Theater
    Virginia Murphy, Faculty Director, Residential College East Quad Garden, University of Michigan

    9:00- 10:15 am Panel 1: Soil Resistance and Recovery: How Academic Institutions Learn from Farmers
    Panel Chair: Jeremy Moghtader, Manager, Campus Farm University of Michigan

    > Jennifer Blesh, PhD (Assistant Professor, Soil and Agroecosystems, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability)
    > Tom Zilke (Co-Owner and Operator Zilke Vegetable Farm, and Zilke Farm Kitchen)
    > Akello Karamoko (Farmer, Plum Street Market for Keep Growing Detroit) (Invited)

    10:30-11:45am Panel 2: Growing Heritage: Reclaiming Indigenous Seeds
    Panel Chair: Lisa Young, Lecturer IV, Department of Anthropology
    > Shiloh Maples (Program Manager for Food Sovereignty & Wellness Initiatives, American Indian Health & Family Services, Detroit)
    > Susan Sekaqueptewa (Hopi Tribe agent for Federally-Recognized Tribes Extension Program, USDA)
    > Rowen White (Coordinator of Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance’s Indigenous Seed Keepers Network and Director and Founder, Sierra Seeds)

    11:45-12:30 pm Complimentary Lunch in East Quad (registration required to receive lunch). Buffet Luncheon prepared by University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program with Food Grown by the University of Michigan Campus Farm!

    12:30-1:15pm Student Posters & Research Session Book Sale & Signing

    1:15 -2:15 Keynote Speaker: Tracie McMillan, Keene Theater

    2:30 - 3:45pm Panel 3: Healthy Food Actionists: Lightning fast discussions about what’s working and why
    Panel Chair: Lilly Fink Shapiro, MPH; Program Manager, University of Michigan Sustainable Food Systems Initiative, University of Michigan
    > Janee Moore, Food Access Public Health Consultant, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
    > Markell Miller, Director of Community Food Programs at Food Gatherers
    > Laura Vollmer, Policy Analyst at University of California, Nutrition Policy Institute

    3:45 - 5:00pm Panel 4: Community Values: Supporting Local Producers
    Panel Chair: Alex Bryan, Manager, Sustainable Food Program, University of Michigan; Co-Owner, Food Field, Detroit, Michigan
    > Melvin Parson (Founder and Executive Director of We the People’s Growers Association, Ypsilanti, Michigan)
    > Invited: John Vandermeer, PhD (Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan)
    > Invited: Student associated with Maize and Blue Cupboard (on campus food pantry founded by students, now a funded university initiative)

    5:00 -5:30pm Closing Remarks
    Dilip Das, Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan

    5:00 - 5:30 pm Student Poster & Research Sessions
    Book sale & signing

    >> REGISTRATION is free and required for the conference at the link below.

  • Oct 19

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Kalamazoo Room (2nd Floor) 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 21

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Palmer Commons – Plaza Room 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 22

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Michigan League – Vandenberg (2nd floor) 3:00pm – 7:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

  • Oct 23

    Mass Walk-In Flu Shot Clinics

    Pierpont Commons – East Room 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Walk-in flu shot clinics are for non-Michigan Medicine faculty and staff and U-M students. Employees' spouses and other qualified adults are also welcome to attend. Must be at least 18 years old.

    Present your health insurance card to avoid paying out-of-pocket. Those not covered under an accepted insurance plan can still receive a flu shot at a rate of $30 per person. Pay by credit card, check, or bill to a U-M student account.

    Mass flu shot clinics are available through a collaboration between MHealthy, Michigan Visiting Nurses, and University Health Service.

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