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The Record Calendar lists events submitted by University- sponsored groups and organizations and student groups recognized by the Michigan Student Assembly. Items must be submitted in writing to The University Record, 412 Maynard St., 1399, by fax (764-7084) or via e-mail, by 5 p.m. Tuesday six,days prior to publication. Asterisk (*) denotes events to which admission is charged.

  • Activities
  • Arts and Entertainment
  • IT Education Services
  • Lectures/Discussions
  • Meetings
  • Miscellaneous
  • Sports & Recreation
  • Workshops/Seminars
  • Yost Ice Arena
  • Regular Meetings
  • Services
  • Exhibitions
  • Activities

    Tuesday, September 10

    The Ring of Steel Demonstration, 7–10 pm, Student Theatre Arts Complex, 763-4900.

    Wednesday, September 11

    U-M–Flint—Pride, Patriotism and Paint, mural painting starts 6 am, memorial service at 5 pm, University Pavilion, (810) 762-3351.

    School of Public Health—Sept. 11 remembrance, 10 am, 3001 SPH I.

    Ford School of Public Policy—The Josh Rosenthal Lecture, noon, Michigan League Ballroom, (734) 764-8593.

    UMHS Office of Pastoral Care—Sept. 11 remembrance, noon, University Hospital Courtyard.

    U-M–Dearborn—Panel about Sept. 11, noon, School of Management Building, lecture hall B, (313) 593-5390.

    Plaque dedication honoring 18 alumni who died Sept. 11, 3 pm, Alumni Center, 200 Fletcher St.

    MWorks Employee Assistance Program—Coping and remembrance session, 3–5 pm, MCHC auditorium of University Hospitals.

    Symposium—Terrorism and globalization discussion, 4–6 pm, Michigan Union Ballroom, 936-6510.

    Vigil—Candlelight ceremony, 9 pm, Central Campus Diag.

    Thursday, September 12

    U-M–Dearborn—Public reception, 5:30–8 pm, Alfred Berkowitz Gallery, 313-593-5058.

    The Ring of Steel Demonstration, 7–10 pm, Student Theatre Arts Complex, 763-4900.

    Friday, September 13

    Business School—Entrepalooza 2002: The Foundation of Future Business, 7:30 am–1 pm, Bus. School, 615-4419.

    Saturday, September 14

    Exhibit Museum—Free dinosaur tour, 2 pm, 763-0478.

    UMHS—6th annual 5K run/walk, 8 am, Ann Arbor Ice Cube, 998-8700.

    Sunday, September 15

    Exhibit Museum—Free dinosaur tour, 2 pm, 763-0478.

    Wednesday, September 18

    University Library—Open house, 4–8 pm, Buhr Building, 763-6980.


    Sports and Recreation

    Monday, September 9

    *UM Rec Sports—2002 soccer entries due, 11 am–5:30 pm, IMSB;

    *UM Rec Sports—Broomball season entries due, 11 am–5:30 pm, IMSB;

    *UM Rec Sports—3-on-3 basketball entries due, 11 am–5:30 pm, IMSB, 763-3562.

    Tuesday, September 10

    *UM Rec Sports—2002 team tennis tournament entries due, 4:30 pm, IMSB, 763-3562.

    Yost Ice Arena—Public skating, noon–12:50 pm Fri, 2–3:50 pm Sat & Sun, 764-4600

    Yost Ice Arena

    —Public skating, noon-12:50 pm Fri, 2–3:50 pm Sat & Sun, 764-4600.

    Arts and Entertainment

    Wednesday, September 11

    School Of Music—9/11 In Remembrance, 8 pm, Power Cntr, 764-5575.

    Thursday, September 12

    Gifts of Art—Gerald Ross Eclectic Guitar, 12:10 pm, UM Hospital Lobby, Flr 1, 936-7634.

    U-M–Flint—Master Harold and the Boys, 8 pm, Black Box Studio, 303 E. Kearsley, 810-237-6520.

    Friday, September 13

    U-M–Flint—Master Harold and the Boys, 8 pm, Black Box Studio, 303 E. Kearsley, 810-237-6520.

    Pierpoint Commons Arts and Programs—Second Fridays Swing Night, 9 pm-midnight, North Campus, 647-6838.

    Saturday, September 14

    School of Music—Faculty Recital: Cello, 4 pm, Britton Recital Hall; Horn and Harp Soiree, 8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, 763-5460.

    U-M–Flint—Master Harold and the Boys, 8 pm, Black Box Studio, 303 E. Kearsley, 810-237-6520.

    Sunday, September 15

    U-M–Flint—Master Harold and the Boys, 2 pm, Black Box Studio, 303 E. Kearsley, 810-237-6520.

    Monday, September 16

    School of Music—The Works of Leslie Bassett, 8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, 763-5460.

    IT Education Svcs, (734) 763-3700, reg req


    Tuesday, September 10

    Department of Chemistry—14th Biennial H.H. Willard Memorial Lecture, 4 pm, W.H. Dow Laboratories Rm 1640, 763-5916.

    Thursday, September 12

    School of Music—Nurturing Talent in Young Musicians, 12:30 pm, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, 763-5460.

    School of Art—Dan Peterman, 5 pm, Art and Architecture Aud., 936-2082.

    Friday, September 13

    Department of Philosophy—Jamie Drier Boundless Good, 3 pm, Mason Hall, 764-6285.

    Tuesday, September 17

    Institute for Humanities—Neither Dead Nor Red: Remembrances of Coming of Age before and after the second World War in Yugoslavia, noon, Institute of Humanities 2nd Fl, 936-1930.

    Wednesday, September 18

    CREES—How Many Borders Do I Have to Cross to Get Home, 12:10–1 pm, International Institute, Fl 1, Rm 1636, 764-0351.

    David Quammen The Ancestral Crocodile, 5 pm, Chemistry Bldg, 764-6453.


    Monday, September 16

    *Flash introduction, 9 am–noon Rm 2074, CSSB.

    *Dreamweaver I, 1–4 pm, Rm 2074, CSSB.

    Tuesday, September 17

    *Access introduction, 9 am–12:30 pm, Rm 2074, CSSB.

    *Excel I, 1–4 pm, Rm 2074, CSSB.

    Wednesday, September 18

    *Dreamweaver II, 9 am–noon, Rm 2074, CSSB.

    *World I, 9 am–noon, Rm 2078, CSSB.

    *FileMaker Pro I, 1–4 pm, Rm 2074, CSSB.

    *Photoshop I, 1–4 pm, Rm 2078, CSSB.

    Thursday, September 5

    UMHS—8-week class on smoking reduction for seniors, 2:30–4 pm, Turner Senior Resource Cntr, 764-2556.



    Alcoholics Anon—Unity AA Group, closed discussion, cross-addicts welcome, 12:10 pm Mon–Fri, Rm 3100, Mich Union, 332-1247.

    Guild House—Free casual Sunday supper for students,

    6–7:30 pm, 802 Monroe, 662-5189 or

    Health System Pulmonary Rehab—Ann Arbor Better Breathers, 2–4 pm, 1st Mon, Domino’s Farms EBA Club, 998-8723.

    HIV/AIDS Support Group—5:30–7:30 pm, alternate Thurs, Taubman Ctr, 936-8186 or (888) 224-7939.

    LGBT Affairs—Creative Expressions Group, 1 pm Sat, call for room number, 763-4186.

    Turner Geriatric Clinic—Caring for Your Mate, 2–3:30 pm, 4th Tues, Conf Rm, Cancer & Geriatrics Ctrs Bldg; Caring for Aging Relatives, 2nd Wed, Ste C, Turner Res Ctr, Plymouth Rd; African American Senior History Preservation Group, 1:30–3:30 pm, every other Thurs, Sr Res Ctr, 2401 Plymouth Rd; 764-2556.

    Sailing Club Weekly Meetings—7:45 pm, every Thurs, 120 Dennison, 426-4299.


    Campus Information Centers: Michigan Union & Pierpont Commons lobbies; 764-INFO (4636),

    Medicare Assistance Program: 9:30 am–noon Tues; Turner Res Ctr, 2401 Plymouth Rd, Ste C; 764-2556.

    Photo ID: 8:30 am–5 pm Mon–Fri, Entree Plus Ofc, Pierpont Commons, 763-6294; 8 am–5 pm Mon–Fri, Rm G270, Wolverine Twr, 3003 S State, 763-7671; 8 am–5 pm Mon–Fri, Rm 100 & Rm 1000, Student Activities Bldg, 763-4632; 7 am–4:30 pm Mon–Fri, Rm C158, Med Inn Bldg, 936-0100.

    SAFEWALK: 24 hrs, North & Central campus, 763-9255.



    ALFRED BERKOWITZ GALLERY—Sept. 12–Oct. 25: Mexican Folk Art: The Margolin Collection, (313) 593-3592.

    AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC COLLECTION AND NC STANDIFER VIDEO ARCHIVE OF ORAL HISTORY, BLACK AMERICAN MUSICIANS—Includes rare scores, sheet music, photographs, original 78 rpm recordings (now on CD), movie scripts, rare manuscripts and videotaped interviews with historically important Black musicians. Viewing and listening facilities available. 101 West Hall, 8:30 am–4 pm Mon–Fri, 764-8338.

    BENTLEY HISTORICAL LIBRARY—Through Oct. 31: Lavender Legacy at Maize and Blue: The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Affairs Office over Thirty Years, 764-3482.

    CLEMENTS LIBRARY—Through Sept. 27: Summer Paradise, Main Rm, 1–4:45 pm, 764-2347.

    EXHIBIT MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY—Through Dec. 31: Jiingtamok: Exploring the Pow Wow Highway; Through Jan. 10, 2003: Native Fishes of the Great Lakes Region; Ongoing: Drawings from the Collection; Pterodactyls; Back to the Sea: The Evolution of Whales, 764-0478.

    GIFTS OF ART—Through Oct. 17: Art for the People: by The Arts League of Michigan, Taubman Lobby, North, Flr 1; Box Assemblages: by Sue E. Winkler, Taubman Lobby, North, Flr 1; Rain Forest Quilts, by Adventurous Quilters, Taubman Lobby, South, Flr 1; Theater Puppets and Props, Taubman Lobby, South, Flr 1; Quilts by Garland Lewis, Univ Hosp Lobby, Flr 1; Watercolors, by Donna Rey-Taylor, Univ Hosp Main Corridor, West, Flr 2; Ceramics by I.B. Remsen, Cancer Ctr & Geriatrics Ctr, Main Lobby, Flr B2; Acrylic Paintings, by Jan Dorer, Cancer Ctr & Geriatrics Ctr, Turner Clinic Lobby, Flr 1, 936-2787.

    MICHIGAN LEAGUE BUFFET—Through Sept. 13: Abstract Oil Painting, by Marybeth Budd; Sept. 14–Oct. 11: Fabric Collage, by Beverly Simmons, 763-4652.

    MUSEUM OF ART—Through Dec. 1: Flora and Fauna in Chinese Art; Ongoing: African Art of Dual Worlds, Curtis Gallery; Through Sept. 15: Picasso: Masterworks from the Collection; Through Sept 22: New York Observed: The Mythology of the City; Through Sept. 22: Ansel Adams: A Centennial Celebration; Through Oct. 13: Manuel Alvarez Bravo: 100 Years; Through Jan. 2003: The New York School: Abstract Expressionism and Beyond; Through Oct. 27: A Bold Experiment: Ken Tyler and the Printed Image, 764-0395.

    PIERPONT COMMONS—Through Sept. 13: Personal Control, Paintings, by J.B. Davis; Sept. 9–21: Man and The City, by Makul Arora; Sept. 16–Oct. 11: Abstract Figurative Paintings, by Hans-Jurgen Hiby, 647-6838.

    SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN—Through Sept. 26: Radioactive Biohazard, Art and Architecture Bldg., Mon–Fri 8 am–5 pm; Through Oct. 20: Lee Bul: Live Forever, Art and Architecture Bldg., Tues/Thur noon–8 pm, Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun 11 am–4 pm, 963-2082.

    SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY—Through Nov. 2: The Seven Ages of Man: The Human Life Cycle throughout Medical History, 7th fl, Hatcher Graduate Library, 10 am–5 pm Mon–Fri, 10 am–noon Sat, 936-3814.

    THE STEARNS COLLECTION—One of six major collections of musical instruments in North America; contains more than 2,000 instruments, ranging from typical period pieces to rare items, Sch of Mus, 763-4389.

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