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Exhibits
Andy Goldsworthy: Mountain and Coast, Autumn into Winter, Museum of Art, through April 13. Presenting a rich overview of the work of this British “environmental sculptor,” the exhibition explores Goldsworthy’s interest in working with and within the natural world. For more than two decades, Goldsworthy has been shaping leaves, branches, snow, ice, petals, earth and stone into temporary landscape creations that reflect a deep reverence for a connection to nature. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
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 are available. 101 West Hall, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon-Fri, 764-8338.
African Art of Dual Worlds, Museum of Art, Curtis Gallery. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
"From Above," exhibit, from Alex Fedirco, March 1-28, Pierpont Commons.
An Architecture for All Senses, Art and Architecture Building, College Gallery, through Feb. 28. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Art Dolls, by Rosie Chapman, University Hospital, Lobby Display Cases, Floor 1. through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Art Glass, by Epiphany, April and Jason Ruff, Taubman Lobby, South, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Artifacts/Artifices: Fabricating Cultural Memory, Media Union Gallery, through Feb. 23. Includes an archaeological excavation of Plato’s Studio, as well as objects from the contemporary worlds of popular entertainment, art, the Internet and nature. Sponsored by the Media Union, http://www.ummu.umich.edu 
Arts of Zen, Museum of Art, through June 15. The exhibit brings together Chinese and Japanese portraits, landscapes and calligraphy of the 16th through 20th centuries, made by monks or for consumption in the monastic milieu, to consider basic questions about the relationship between artistic style and religious meaning. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Black History, Ford White House, Pierpont Commons, through Feb. 28. An exhibit of document and photo reproductions from the Gerald R. Ford presidential papers celebrates the Black experience, 1974-77, as activist citizens, elected officials, presidential advisers and African heads of state.
The Brotherhood of Free Culture: Recent Art from St. Petersburg, Russia, by Alexei Leporc, Center for Russian and East European Studies, through March 14, 647-4185.
Ceramics, by John & Suzanne Stephenson, Cancer Center & Geriatrics Center, Main Lobby, Floor B2, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Cuadros from Pamplona Alta, Textile Pictures by Women of Peru, Taubman Lobby, South, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Decorative Eggs, Taubman Lobby, North, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Drypoint Watercolors, by Marcella Pioch, Cancer Center & Geriatrics Center, Turner Clinic, Lobby, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
"MFA Thesis Exhibition," March 7-30
Eighth Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners, Media nion Gallery, March 4-18. More than 100 artists from 35 prisons will exhibit work. Reception 5-7:30 p.m. March 4. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 647-7673.
Eighteenth-Century French Prints and Drawings, Museum of Art, through May 4. The 18th century was a period of great transition, and throughout the century outstanding draftsmen and printmakers marked the shifts in society, taste and the marketplace. Drawings and prints were collected as freestanding, independent works of art. The 18th century also witnessed an important development in printmaking. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Frames of Identity: Images of Self, Residential College Art Gallery, March 7-April 12. Reception 5-7 p.m. March 7. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
From Above, by Alex Fedirko, Pierpont Commons, March 1-28. A melding of people and events from Fedirko’s everyday life. Sponsored by Pierpont Commons Arts and Programs, 647-6838.
Grade A U.M.A&D Select, Work, 306 S. State St., through Feb. 23. An all-media group show of undergraduate students selected by School of Art and Design faculty. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
Graphic Visions: German Expressionist Prints and Drawings, Museum of Art, through April 6. Nearly a century ago, artists working in Germany sought to create an art that would infuse not only their own work, but German society with a new sense of spiritualism and energy. The works they created were fresh, expressive visions of a utopian society. The artists employed distortion and exaggeration to create vibrant and sometimes raw imagery found in German Expressionism from 1905-24. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Guido H. Binda Exhibition, Glenn Murcutt, Art and Architecture Building, College Gallery, March 3-28. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Illustrating Shakespeare, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Special Collections Library, 7th Floor, through March 16. The exhibition draws from the library’s rich Shakespeare Collection, providing a historical overview of book illustrations of scenes and characters from Shakespeare’s plays. Included are materials that emphasize the changing interpretations of the plays over the last 300 years, as well as the relationships between illustrations and dramatic text. Items range from the earliest illustrated edition of Shakespeare’s plays (1709), and engravings based on the Boydell Gallery of late 18th century paintings, to 20th century illustrations such as Salvador Dali’s “Macbeth.” 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri, 10 a.m.-noon Sat, 764-9377.
Images as Projections, Art and Architecture Building, Warren M. Robbins Center for Graduate Studies, through Feb. 21. Photographic work by the 2002 National Graduate Seminar Fellows. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
Detail from "Inaugural Show," through March 29, Washington Street Gallery
Inaugural Show, Washington Street Gallery, 120 E. Liberty, through March 29. A group show including adjunct asst. prof. Martha Keller to announce the gallery’s new location. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
Jiingtamok: Exploring the Powwow Highway, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, through June 30. Features photographs, memorabilia, interviews and sound exploring the meanings and traditions of Native American powwows, with a special focus on powwow traditions in Michigan. Numerous Native individuals were interviewed, and their direct quotations tell much of the story. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Ka-Boom! Meteor and Asteroid Impacts, Exhibit Museum of Natural History. The display explains the differences between space dust, meteors, meteorites, meteoroids, asteroids and comets, and speculates about the roles asteroids may have had in Earth’s history (including the theory that an asteroid impact contributed to the demise of the dinosaurs). Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Maqbool Fida Husain: Graphic Works, from the private collection of Daniel Herwitz, director of the Institute for the Humanities, Institute for the Humanities, March 5-31. Husain is one of the most renowned Indian painters of the 20th century. His work sketches the past and present, emphasizing the plasticity of time. Sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities, 936-3518.
Mars Exploration, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, Rotunda, through April. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Jean Paul Slusser Gallery, Warren M. Robbins Center for Graduate Studies and Work, March 7-30. Receptions at all three galleries 6-9 p.m. March 7. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
Memorials of Life in Ancient China: Chinese Mortuary Art Across Four Millennia, Museum of Art. Since the beginnings of Chinese civilization, one of its identifying characteristics has been a concern with the welfare of the dead. This exhibition traces evolving customs of burial across four millennia and reveals major shifts in political, social and religious history. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Michigan Potters’ Association 21st Jurored Exhibition for Artists in Clay, Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City, through March 2. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 615-6761.
Mixed Media Printmaking, by Chia Haruta, University Hospital, Main Corridor, Floor 2, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Nature Photography, by Mark and Lisa Graf, Taubman Lobby, North, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Pastels, by Geoff Gillespie, University Hospital, Lobby, Floor 1, through April 17. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Photo Collage, by Barbara Kerekes, Michigan League Buffet, through Feb. 28. Sponsored by Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.
Sentenced, by Carol Jacobsen, Lane Hall, Lobby, through April. Sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, 764-9537.
The Shoals, Michigan Guild Gallery, March 8-28. Reception 7-9 p.m. March 7. Sponsored by School of Art and Design, 662-3382.
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, School of Music, 763-4389.
Structures of Life, Chemistry Building Atrium, through Feb. 21. Features accessible texts and lively images designed to bring to light the unique histories, personalities and developments in chemical and molecular sciences that have enhanced our understanding of the underlying structures of life. Sponsored by the Science Learning Center, Department of Chemistry and the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, 936-5456.
Textiles of Thailand, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, North, Floor 1, through Feb. 28. Prepared by the Thai Language Program, the exhibit includes a large and diverse collection of old and new textiles representing various regions and ethnic groups, as well as relevant books available in the campus libraries. Sponsored by Department of Asian Languages & Cultures, 615-5025
Treasures of Islamic Art from UMMA Collections, Museum of Art. The Islamic art in the UMMA collection is well known to scholars throughout the world, but may be much less familiar to regular museum visitors. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
U-M Detroit Observatory, The oldest observatory in the United States to retain its original telescopes in their mounts. Recently restored, it houses exhibits and collections highlighting the observatory’s role in introducing scientific research to campus, and significant discoveries made by its astronomers. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
Watercolor, by Jill Wagner, Michigan League Buffet, March 1-28. Sponsored by Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.

Regular Meetings
Alcoholics Anon, Unity AA Group, closed discussion, cross-addicts welcome, 12:10 p.m. Mon-Fri, Guild House Campus Ministry, 802 Monroe, 662-5189.
Guild House, Free casual Sunday supper for students, 6-7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe, 662-5189 or guildhouse@umich.edu.
Health System Pulmonary Rehab, Ann Arbor Better Breathers, 2-4 p.m., 1st Mon, Domino’s Farms EBA Club, 998-8723.
HIV/AIDS Support Group, 5:30-7:30 p.m., alternate Thursday, Taubman Center, 936-8186 or (888) 224-7939.
LGBT Affairs, Creative Expressions Group, 1 p.m. Sat, call for room number, 763-4186.
Turner Geriatric Clinic, Caring for Your Mate, 2-3:30 p.m., 4th Tuesday, Conf Room, Cancer & Geriatrics Center; Caring for Aging Relatives, 2nd Wed, Suite C, Turner Resource Center, Plymouth Rd; African American Senior History Preservation Group, 1:30-3:30 p.m., every other Thursday, Senior Resource Center, 2401 Plymouth Road; 764-2556.
Sailing Club Weekly Meetings, 7:45 p.m., every Thursday, 120 Dennison, 426-4299.

Recreation
Yost Ice Arena: Public skating, noon-12:50 p.m. Monday-Friday; 8-9:50 p.m. Thursday; 2-3:50 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 764-4600.

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Feb. 17-March 10

Monday, February 17
Book Club: Royal Shakespeare Company Book Club, 7-8:30 p.m., Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sadia Abbas, Love and Language in “Midnight’s Children.” Sponsored by the Center for South Asian Studies, 647-4418.
Broomball: The Intramural Sports Program’s 2003 Broomball season (sororities, independent women and co-rec only) will take entries 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Intramural Sports Building, 606 E. Hoover. Entry fee is $80 per team. A mandatory managers’ meeting will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 19 at Cliff Keen Arena. Games begin March 3 at Yost Ice Arena. Sponsored by the Department of Recreational Sports, 763-3562.
Class: Flash Introduction, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Dreamweaver II, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Concert: University Philharmonia Orchestra, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594
Cooking Workshop: Learning Vegetarian, 7-10 p.m., Michigan League Kitchen. Vegetable quiche, macaroni and cheese, and pasta with vegetables and alfredo sauce. Sponsored by Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652. Registration and fee required.
Discussion: Research Responsibility Program, Edward Goldman and John O’Shea, Human Participant Protections-Social Sciences, 5-7 p.m., Student Activities Building, Maize & Blue Auditorium. Goldman is an attorney for the U-M Health System and adjunct lecturer in the School of Public Health. O’Shea is a professor of anthropology in LSA. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research, 763-1289.
Forum: War, Health & Ethics: Public Health System, Hospital Systems, Fire Department, Police, Red Cross and First Response, 6-8 p.m., Chrysler Center. Sponsored by the School of Nursing and the Military Officer Education Program, http://whae.www.umich.edu 
Forum: Composers’ Forum, 8 p.m., Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Health Fair: 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Michigan Union. Free health fair providing cholesterol and blood pressure screenings for faculty, staff, students and the community. Health consultation and nutrition information will be provided. Sponsored by M-Fit Employee Wellness Program, 975-4410, ext. 221.
Lecture: Magnificenza! The Medici, Michelangelo and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence, noon-1 p.m., School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. The second of three lectures and slide shows highlighting the Medici Collection showing at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) March 16-June 8. Sponsored by the Center for European Studies and the DIA, 615-7317.
Lecture: Monica Green, The Gentle Hand of a Woman? Trota and Women’s Medicine at Salerno in the 12th Century, 5:30-6 p.m., School of Social Work Building, Room 1644. Sponsored by the Science, Technology and Society Program, 615-8482.
Lecture: Lindy Roy, Danger and Pleasure the Architecture of ROY, 6 p.m., Art and Architecture Building, Room 2104. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Meeting: Friends of Matthaei Botanical Gardens, Daytime Herb Study Group, noon, Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Sponsored by Friends of Matthaei Botanical Gardens, 484-0913 or (248) 349-5310.
Mini-Soccer: The Intramural Sports Program’s 2003 Mini-Soccer season will take entries 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Intramural Sports Building, 606 E. Hoover. Entry fee is $80 per team. A mandatory managers’ meeting will be at 8 p.m. Feb. 19 at Cliff Keen Arena. Games begin March 4 at the Sports Coliseum. Sponsored by the Department of Recreational Sports, 763-3562.
Panel: Iraq: Crisis and Confrontation in Global Perspective, 7-9 p.m., Lorch Hall, Auditorium. Sponsored by the Center for Middle East and North African Studies, Center for Russian and East European Studies and Korean Studies Program, 936-6510.
Poetry Reading: Linda Gregerson, 5 p.m., Davidson Hall, Room D1273. Sponsored by the Department of English and Office of the Provost, 615-3710.
Volleyball: The Intramural Sports Program’s 2003 Volleyball season will take entries 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Intramural Sports Building (IMSB), 606 E. Hoover. Entry fee is $80 per team. A mandatory managers’ meeting will be at 6 p.m. Feb. 19 at Cliff Keen Arena. The season will begin March 3 at the IMSB. Sponsored by the Department of Recreational Sports, 763-3562.
Workshop: Getting Started with Excel, 2-4 p.m., Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 2. Learn the basics of Excel, including insert formulas that do calculations, create a basic chart and sort data. Sponsored by Faculty Exploratory, http://www.lib.umich.edu/exploratory For faculty only. Registration required to: lib.workshops@umich.edu.
Workshop: A.W. Brian Simpson, The Role of the Individual in the Invention of the Age of Human Rights, 4-5 p.m., Hutchins Hall, Room 132. Sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law, 764-0535.
Workshop: Family Education Workshop, 6-8 p.m., East Ann Arbor Health Center, Lower Level Conference Room. This workshop offers patients, families and the community an opportunity to learn about depression and get information about risk factors, treatments, impact on families and healthful ways of interacting with each other. Health care providers will highlight the most important facts about depression and its effect on different ages. Multigenerational education materials will be provided and open discussions will be held at the end of the workshop. Sponsored by the Depression Center, 764-0267. Registration and fee required.

Tuesday, February 18
Class: Excel II, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: FileMaker Pro II, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Photoshop II, 1-4 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Concert: University Choir and Orpheus Singers, 8 p.m., First Congregational Church, State and William. Program will include works by Britten, Rautaavarra and others. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Discussion: Joseph Bristow, Oscar Wilde and Textual Criticism: The Variorum of “Dorian Gray,” 4 p.m., Angell Hall, Room 3222. Cosponsored by the Nineteenth Century Forum, Department of English Language and Literature, Department of History and the Lesbian Gay Queer Research Initiative, http://www.umich.edu/~ncf 
Information Session: Peace Corps, 7 p.m., International Center, Room 9. Sponsored by the United States Peace Corps, 647-2182.
Lecture: Black History Month, Patrick Williams, Educational Learning Styles of Children of Color, noon, Haven Hall, Room 4701. Sponsored by the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies, 764-5517.
Lecture: Twila Tardif, Parallel Worlds of Different Words? Verbs and Nouns in Chinese and English, noon-1:30 p.m., School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Chinese and English speakers differ in how they use two universal features of language: nouns and verbs. Specifically, Chinese speakers tend to use more verbs and English speakers more nouns when describing identical situations. Sponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies, 764-6308.
Lecture: Derek Collins, The Magic of Homeric Verses, noon, Institute for the Humanities, Osterman Common Room. Sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities, 936-3518.
Lecture: Susan Douglas, Growing Up Female with the Mass Media, 1:30-3 p.m., College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Building, Room 1030, U-M-Dearborn. Sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program in collaboration with Text in Community, (313) 593-1391.
Lecture: Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaero Polo, 6 p.m., Chrysler Center, Chesebrough Auditorium. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Lecture: Marsha Ackerman, Michigan’s Weather Man: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Mark Walrod Harrington, 7 p.m., U-M Detroit Observatory, 1398 E. Ann. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
Lecture: B.D. Wong, All the World’s a Stage: Supporting the Transformation from Exclusion to Inclusion, 7 p.m., Michigan League, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. He is known as Father Ray Mukada on HBO’s “Oz” and Dr. Huang on NBC’s “Law and Order: Special Victim’s Unit.” Wong first gained national attention with his Broadway debut starring in the celebrated “M. Butterfly,” for which he received a Tony Award. The lessons he learned in order to survive and excel in a vocation fraught with rejection and racism have given him a perspective on diversity. In his presentation, audiences get a rare glimpse into the development of an actor and the deeply personal issues of transformation. Sponsored by Dialogues on Diversity, Rackham Graduate School Housing Information and the Department of Theater and Drama, 615-1291 or 647-2655. * MLK Symposium 2003 event.
Lecture: M. Elsbeth McPhee, Endangered Species and Genetics, 7-8:30 p.m., Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by the Life Sciences, Values & Society Program, http://www.aareads.org 
Lecture: Robert West, Science Museums Today and Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. West will discuss the challenges facing science museums in the 21st century and how some museums are meeting those challenges. The illustrated lecture will show specific examples of how the science museum business is changing, adapting and evolving. Cosponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History and the Museum Studies Program, 763-4191.
Kickoff: Learning Without Limits, 8:30-5 p.m., William S. White Building, Room 1205, U-M-Flint. Fourth- and seventh-grade students in the Flint and Bendle school districts can do research or practice typing skills at their desks using wireless laptop computers. Under a new grant, Learning Without Limits will put computers in the hands of 10,000 students in 150 school buildings. Sponsored by U-M-Flint, (810) 762-3351.
Relays Meet: The entry deadline for the Intramural Sports Program’s 2003 Relays Meet (1/2-mile, 3/4-mile, 1-mile and 2-mile) is 4:30 p.m. at the Intramural Sports Building, 606 E. Hoover. Entry fee is $25 per team. The meet is 6:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the U-M Track Building. Sponsored by the Department of Recreational Sports, 763-3562.
Seminar: The Committed Classroom: Pedagogy for Social Justice, Action and Transformation, 5-7:30 p.m., Michigan League, Michigan Room. U-M faculty will discuss their own approaches to courses and curricular work that have a definite social agenda. Sponsored by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, 764-0505.
Workshop: NVio Intermediate, 1-3 p.m., Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 2. NVio offers multiple tools to help researchers analyze interviews, focus group discussions, documents and other data systematically. Gain hands-on experience in a range of analysis functions offered by NVio. Sponsored by Faculty Exploratory, http://www.lib.umich.edu/exploratory Registration required to: lib.workshops@umich.edu.
Workshop: EndNote 6 Meets MIRLYNWeb, 3-5 p.m., Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 2. Aspects of using both programs, as well as how to make them work together to create endnotes and bibliographies Sponsored by Faculty Exploratory, http://www.lib.umich.edu/exploratory Registration required to: lib.workshops@umich.edu.
Workshop: African American Heritage Month, African Drum and Dance Workshop, 6-8 p.m., Harding Mott University Center, Happenings Room, U-M-Flint. Sponsored by the Office of Educational Opportunity Initiatives, (810) 762-3351.

Wednesday, February 19
Art Video: The Haunted Screen, 12:10 p.m., Museum of Art. Explores the role of German Expressionist film in the early 20th century. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Book Club: Royal Shakespeare Company Book Club, 7-8:30 p.m., Shaman Drum Bookshop, 311-315 S. State St. Discussion of “Midnight’s Children.” Sponsored by the Center for South Asian Studies, 647-4418.
Career Series: Job Seekers Network Part II: Launching Your Active Job Search, Interviewing, noon-1:30 p.m., Center for the Education of Women (CEW). Sponsored by CEW, 998-7080.
Class: Employee Orientation & Training: How to Make It More Successful, 8:30 a.m.-noon. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Class: WWW HTML CGIs and Forms, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Access Tables and Relationships, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Flash Intermediate, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Word I, 1-4 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Concert: Concert Band, 8 p.m., McMorran Auditorium, Port Huron. Program will include works by Saint-Saens, Hindemith, Dan Welcher, Bernstein and Arnold. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Lecture: Boris Kats, The Image of a Jewish Musician in Russian Literature and Culture, noon, School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies, 647-4185.
Lecture: Pamela Davis-Kean, Women, Minorities, and Information Technology: Results from Three Longitudinal Studies, noon-1:30 p.m., Lane Hall, Room 2239. Why are women and minorities underrepresented in the IT labor force? The Gender and Achievement Research Program, with funding from the National Science Foundation, has addressed the issue in terms of three questions. Sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, 764-9537.
Lecture: Gordon Kane, The Victor Weisskopf Collegiate Professorship in Physics Inaugural Lecture, Can We Learn the Ultimate Law(s) of Nature?, 4:10 p.m., West Hall, Room 340. Many particle physicists expect the next major progress toward understanding the fundamental laws of nature will be the discovery of “supersymmetric” particles. Kane will summarize where we are today in learning the basic laws and how our knowledge can be organized into effective theories. Sponsored by LSA, 998-6251.
Mini-Course: Study Groups for Seniors, War Continues. Why?, 10-11:30 a.m., Anna Botsford Bach Home, 1422 W. Liberty. Continues every Wednesday through March 19. Sponsored by the Geriatrics Center, 998-9351.
Movie: My Big Fat Greek Wedding, 8 p.m., Michigan League, The Underground. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.
Open House: Kindergarten open house, 5-6 p.m., U-M-Dearborn Student Services Building. Sponsored by the Early Learning and Child Development Center, (313) 593-5424.
Roundtable: Faculty Roundtables on Academic Service Learning, 4-5:30 p.m., Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning. This roundtable will provide support, information and resources pertinent to planning and teaching a service-learning course. Continues March 5 and 19. Sponsored by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, http://www.crlt.umich.edu 764-0505.
Seminar: Cleopatra Caldwell, Racial Identity as a Risk or Protective Factor in the Health Risk Behaviors and Well-Being of African American Adolescents, noon-1:30 p.m., School of Public Health I, Faculty Lounge. Sponsored by the Center for Research on Ethnicity, Culture and Health, 647-6665.
Seminar: Dr. Bruce Edgar, Growth and Cell Cycle Control in Drosophila, noon, Natural Science Building, Room 2004. Sponsored by the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, 763-4710.
Seminar: Richard Bauer, Molecular Epidemiologic Discovery of Uropathogenic Escherlichia coli Virulence and Transmission Factors, 3-4 p.m., School of Public Health I, Room 3040. Sponsored by the Department of Epidemiology, 764-5436.
Showcase: Vendor Showcase sponsored by the U-M Event Planners (UEP), 3-5 p.m., Washtenaw Community College, Morris Lawrence Building. More than 50 vendors representing catering, hotels and travel agencies will be in attendance. Sponsored by UEP, 763-8035.
Tour: U-M Detroit Observatory, 2-5 p.m., 1398 E Ann. It is the oldest observatory in the United States to retain its original telescopes in their mounts. Recently restored, it houses exhibits and collections highlighting the observatory’s role in introducing scientific research to campus, and significant discoveries made by its astronomers. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
Workshop: Making the Most of PowerPoint, 4-6 p.m., Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 2. Create a basic presentation, including animations, then move into working with charts, changing colors and chart types, and animating the chart. Sponsored by Faculty Exploratory, http://www.lib.umich.edu/ exploratory. For graduate students. Registration required to: lib.workshops@umich.edu.
Workshop: Africa Workshop with Ousman Kane, Muslim Modernity in Postcolonial Nigeria, 6 p.m., Haven Hall, Room 4701. Sponsored by the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies, 764-5517.
Workshop: The Art and Science of Healthy Eating, 7:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Learn about the science of a healthy diet and the art of preparing healthy meals that are tasty and attractive. Sponsored by the Comprehensive Cancer Center and University Catering, 764-0478.

Thursday, February 20
Class: Dreamweaver III, 9-11 a.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Business Communication: Writing with Power, 9 a.m.-noon. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Class: Access Reports, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Word II, 1-4 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Next Steps: Fundamentals of Design Layout, 1-5 p.m. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Film: African American Heritage Month Film Festival, Faat Kine, noon-2 p.m. and 6-8 p.m., Harding Mott University Center, U-M-Flint. The latest master work by the father of African cinema set in contemporary Senegal. Sponsored by the Office of Educational Opportunity Initiatives, (810) 762-3351.
Lecture: J. Alfred Bailey, What Really Happened in the Second World War; Revisionism in History, 10-11:30 a.m., Kellogg Eye Center, Auditorium. Sponsored by the Geriatrics Center, 998-9351. Registration and fee required.
Lecture: David Hughes, Okinawan Music Today: Music of Okinawa, of Japan or of the World?, noon, School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Center for Japanese Studies, 764-6307.
Lecture: Parag Aggarwal, Prevention of Chemotherapy-Dinduced Alopecia in Rats by CDK Inhibitors, 4 p.m., C.C. Little Building, Room 2548. Sponsored by the Program in Medicinal Chemistry, 647-8429.
Lecture: Life Sciences, Values and Society Program Distinguished Lecture, David Baltimore, Biotechnology: New Capabilities, New Challenges, 4 p.m., Rackham Auditorium. Baltimore won the 1975 Nobel Prize for his work in virology and currently is president of the California Institute of Technology. Sponsored by the Life Sciences, Values and Society Program, 615-7517.
Meeting: Board of Regents monthly meeting, public comments at 1:30 p.m.; regular meeting at 2:15 p.m., Fleming Administration Building, Regents Room, 764-3883.
Performance: Classical Music by the School of Music’s Student Outreach Artist Program, 12:10 p.m., University Hospital, Lobby, Floor 1. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Reading Series: Natalie Handal, 4-5 p.m., U-M-Dearborn CASL Building. Handal has had her work featured in numerous magazines, literary journals and anthologies. Sponsored by U-M Dearborn’s Arab American Writers Series, (313) 593-5209.
Reception: Black History Month, Expressions of the African Diaspora, 6:30 p.m., Haven Hall, 4th and 5th Floors. Celebrate the work of local and campus artists at a gala reception celebrating the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies’ (CAAS) new location in Haven Hall. Sponsored by CAAS, 764-5517.
Talk: Maribeth Graybill, Arts of Zen, 7 p.m., Museum of Art. Graybill, senior curator of Asian art, will guide viewers through a look at Zen portraits, landscapes and calligraphy of the 16th through 20th centuries from both China and Japan, addressing assumptions and questions about the relationship between artistic style and religious meaning. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Workshop: Study Skills Workshop, 7-8:30 p.m., Harding Mott University Center, Michigan Rooms A&B, U-M-Flint. The workshop will help parents learn how to help their children develop study skills. It is designed for parents of students in third through twelfth grades. The workshop features coordinator of academic enrichment Michael Kassel, who has helped adult learners with study skills for 11 years. Sponsored by the U-M-Flint Study Development Center, (810) 762-3456.

Friday, February 21
Carnival: Carnival Da Bahia Brazil 2003 “Voyage to Africa-Brazil,” 8:15 p.m., Michigan League, Ballroom. Sponsored by the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies, 764-5517.
Class: Basics of Investing, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Class: Flash Action Scripting, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Excel III, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Film: Flowers of Shanghai, 8 p.m., Angell Hall, Auditorium A. Explores the lavish, elegant and decadent world of late 19th century Shanghai brothels. Sponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies, 764-6308.
Open House: Regional Alliance for Health Schools (RAHS) and Health Place 101, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Scarlett Middle School, 3550 Pittsview. Due to the continued rise in health-care costs and the difficulty families often face in accessing care, children are less likely to receive preventive medical care. School-based health centers, such as RAHS, offer needed health care in schools. Cosponsored by the U-M Health System, 677-3305.
Panel: The Past as Forgery, 3:00-5:30 p.m., Media Union. Reception 5:30-6:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Media Union, http://www.ummu.umich.edu 
Photo Show: African American Heritage Month, A Day in the Life of Africa!, 6-8 p.m., Harding Mott University Center, U-M-Flint. A collection of pictures from photojournalists around the world highlighting the wonders and struggles of the continent. Also features a fashion show and sampling of authentic African cuisine. Sponsored by the Office of Educational Opportunity Initiatives, (810) 762-3351.
Saturday, February 22
Music: African American Heritage Month, Gospelfest!, 7 p.m., U-M-Flint Theater. Gathering of local gospel choirs. Sponsored by the Office of Educational Opportunity Initiatives, (810) 762-3351.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 11:30 a.m., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. The winter sky contains the brightest stars of any season. Among the constellations are Greek and Roman mythologies. The bright stars, constellations and planets are the subjects of this live and on-tape presentation. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Narrated by “Star Trek’s” Patrick Stewart, this program presents a history of the planet and reasons for our interest in it. Following the program, a brief live discussion will update viewers on current issues about Mars. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.

Sunday, February 23
Lecture: Richard LeSueur, Falstaff, the Jolly Knight of Windsor, 3 p.m. Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by the Ann Arbor District Library, 327-4200.
Nursing Career Fair: Passion for Nursing Career Fair, 1-4 p.m., Towsley Center. All RNs, nursing students and LPNs are invited to attend the fair to tour U-M’s facilities, participate in on-site interviews and talk with nurses and managers from the School of Nursing. Sponsored by the U-M Health System, (877) 687-7386.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).

Monday, February 24
Class: Dreamweaver IV, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Softball: Entries for the Intramural Sports Program’s 2003 Michigan Classics Softball Program will be taken at Cliff Keen Arena, 606 E. Hoover, following a 6 p.m. mandatory managers’ meeting. Entry fee is $530 per team for single-game leagues and $1,060 for doubleheader leagues. Payment of the entry fee is due at the Feb. 24 meeting/registration. Games begin May 5 and will be played at the Mitchell Fields Mondays-Fridays. Sponsored by the Department of Recreational Sports, 763-3562.

Tuesday, February 25
Class: Word III, 1-4 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Readings Event: Black History Month, African-American Read-In Chain, 2 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1030, U-M-Dearborn. Four hours of continuous readings from the works of award-winning African American writers. Sponsored by the U-M-Dearborn African and African American Studies Program, (313) 593-5518.
Seminar: Retirement Distribution Flexibilities, 10-11 a.m. and 2-3 p.m., Wolverine Tower, Suite 18. Sponsored by TIAA-CREF, (800) 842-2044, ext. 1409.

Wednesday, February 26
Art Video: The View from the Edge, 12:10 p.m., Museum of Art. A BBC TV and Time-Life Television production that investigates the decline of German Expressionism and its relationship to the subsequent horrors of World War II. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Career Series: Job Seekers Network Part II: Launching Your Active Job Search, Expanding Your Search and Keeping Records, noon-1:30 p.m., Center for the Education of Women (CEW). Sponsored by CEW, 998-7080.
Class: Access Queries I, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: GoLive Forms, 1-3 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: PowerPoint II, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Rice is Nice!, 6-8 p.m., East Ann Arbor Health Center Demonstration Kitchen. From arborio to wild, there are more than 40,000 varieties of rice. Sponsored by M-Fit, 975-4387, ext. 236. Registration and fee required.
Mini-Course: Study Groups for Seniors, War Continues. Why?, 10-11:30 a.m., Anna Botsford Bach Home, 1422 W. Liberty (see Feb. 19 description).
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).

Thursday, February 27
Class: FileMaker Pro III, 9 a.m.-noon, Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Dreamweaver V, 1-3 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Concert: Folk music by Kitty Donohoe and Wanda Degan, 12:10 p.m., University Hospital Lobby. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Lecture: Peter Allen, Plans for Lower Town: The Proposed Broadway Village Development, 10-11:30 a.m., Kellogg Eye Center, Auditorium. Sponsored by the Geriatrics Center, 998-9351.
Lecture: Lisa Gray, Alzheimer’s Disease and Genetics, 7-8:30 p.m., Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by the Life Sciences, Values and Society Program, http://www.aareads.org 
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Seminar: Retirement Distribution Flexibilities, 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Pierpont Commons, Boulevard Room, and 2-3 p.m., Medical Science Building II, Room 3817. Sponsored by TIAA-CREF, (800) 842-2044, ext. 1409.
Tour: Guided tour of the exhibition Andy Goldsworthy: Mountain and Coast, Autumn into Winter, 7 p.m., Museum of Art. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.

Friday, February 28
Class: Dreamweaver Navigation Bars, Table Data and Searches, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: Outlook, 1-4 p.m., Room 2074, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Class: SQL Intermediate, 1-5 p.m., Room 2078, CSSB. Sponsored by IT Education Services, http://www.itd.umich.edu/education 763-3700. Registration required.
Conference: 21st Annual Career Conference, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Modern Languages Building and Michigan League. The theme is “One University, One Community, One Destiny: Staff and the University’s Mission.” The conference is open to all and will include workshops on career, financial and personal development. The keynote speaker is Sue Guevara, U-M women’s basketball head coach. Sponsored by the Women of Color Task Force, http://www.umich.edu/~cew/wctfconf.html Registration and fee required.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).

Saturday, March 1
Movie: Tamas, Part I, 6:30-10 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium. Sponsored by the Center for South Asian Studies, 764-0352.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 11:30, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Play: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.

Sunday, March 2
Guest Recital: New Hellenic Quartet, 8 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the Foundation for Hellenic Culture and the U-M Modern Greek Program of the Department of Classical Studies, 764-0594.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Play: Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, 1:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.

Monday, March 3
Forum: War, Health & Ethics: Health History, Public Health and Legality, 6-8 p.m., Michigan League. Sponsored by the School of Nursing and the Military Officer Education Program, http://whae.www.umich.edu 
Lecture: Glenn Murcutt, noon, Art and Architecture Building, Auditorium. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Tour: Nancy Reinhardt, curator of the Illustrating Shakespeare exhibit, 4 & 5 p.m., Special Collections Library, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 7. Sponsored by the University Library, 764-9377.
Workshop: Lan Cao, Barking Dogs, Property Rights and the Riddle of Economic Development, 4-5 p.m., Hutchins Hall, Room 132. Sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law, 764-0535.

Tuesday, March 4
Insight Sessions: Royal Shakespeare Company, Coriolanus, 4:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M, 615-9579, http://www.umich.edu/pres/rsc 
Lecture: Jacob Eyferth, What Happened to China’s Handicrafts? Transformation and/or Decline of Rural Industry, 1956-65, noon, School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies, 764-6308.
Meeting: Science Research Club, Jeffrey Anker, MagMOONS: Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanoprobes, 7:30 p.m., School of Dentistry, Room G390. Sponsored by the Science Research Club, 761-4320.
Music: Jazz Night, 8-10 p.m., Leonardo’s. An evening combining combos with jazz jam. Jazz combos entertain with standards, bebop and improv. Bring your instrument and join in or come to listen. Sponsored by Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs, 647-6838.
Play: Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Roundtable: A World Elsewhere: Coriolanus and Cultural Exile, 2 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M, 615-9579, http://www.umich.edu/pres/rsc 

Wednesday, March 5
Class: Prepare, Practice & Present, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Class: Fast and Fabulous Fish, 6-8 p.m., East Ann Arbor Health Center Demonstration Kitchen. Featuring guest chefs Mike Monahan and Bernie Fritzsch of Monahan’s Seafood Market. Sponsored by M-Fit, 975-4387, ext. 236. Registration and fee required.
Insight Sessions: Royal Shakespeare Company, The Merry Wives of Windsor, 4:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M, 615-9579, http://www.umich.edu/pres/rsc 
Lecture: Adriana Petryna, Biological Citizenship: The Science and Politics of Health after Chernobyl, noon, School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies, 647-4185.
Lecture: Jonathan Shay, Combat Trauma and the Undoing of Character, 5 p.m., Residential College Auditorium. Sponsored by LSA Residential College, 647-4354.
Lecture: Julian Adams, DNA and Crime, 7-8:30 p.m., Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by the Life Sciences, Values and Society Program, http://www.aareads.org 
Lecture: Jonathan Sarna, American Judaism in Historical Perspective, 8 p.m., Michigan League, Vandenberg Room. Sponsored by the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, 615-1287.
Mini-Course: Study Groups for Seniors, War Continues. Why?, 10-11:30 a.m., Anna Botsford Bach Home, 1422 W. Liberty (see Feb. 19 description).
Movie: Road to Perdition, 8 p.m., Michigan League, The Underground. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.
Panel: Gender Crimes, 3-5 p.m., Center for the Education of Women (CEW), Conference Room. Part of the Women in the Aftermath of War series. Sponsored by CEW, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender and the Women’s Studies Program, http://www.umich.edu/~cew 
Play: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Roundtable: An Early Modern Sit-Com: Love in Windsor, 1602-2003, 2 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M, 615-9579, http://www.umich.edu/pres/rsc 
Roundtable: Faculty Roundtables on Academic Service Learning, 4-5:30 p.m., Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning. Continues March 19 (see Feb. 19 description).
Seminar: Graham Warren, Biogenesis of the Golgi Apparatus, noon, Natural Science Building, Room 2004. Sponsored by the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, 647-6662.
Tour: U-M Detroit Observatory, 2-5 p.m., 1398 E Ann. It is the oldest observatory in the United States to retain its original telescopes in their mounts. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
Workshop: Creative Arts, Beginning Knitting, 6-8 p.m., Michigan League, Room 4. The workshop will teach the basics of knitting. Make something handmade for loved ones and friends or learn the skills to join U-M Knitwits, which makes hats for those in need. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652. Fee required.

Thursday, March 6
Book Signing: Authors of books on depression, 6:15 p.m., Michigan League. Held in association with the Depression on College Campuses conference (see description below). Sponsored by the Depression Center and the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, 763-7495, http://rackham.umich.edu/DepressionConf 
Class: Facilitating with Ease, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Closing Celebration: Ann Arbor Reads Program, 7-8:30 p.m., Ann Arbor District Library, Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by the Life Sciences Values and Society Program, http://www.aareads.org 
Concert: The Dave Sharp Quartet, 12:10 p.m., U-M Hospital, Lobby. The quartet specializes in jazz standards, ballads, Latin grooves and original compositions. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Conference: Depression on College Campuses, all day, Michigan League. The first national conference ever on depression in college students, this conference will explore current knowledge on depression and related disorders in undergraduate and graduate students, and the best approaches for prevention, detection and treatment. Sponsored by the Depression Center and the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, 647-2644, http://rackham.umich.edu/DepressionConf Registration and fee required. Free for students.
Guest Recital/Master Class: Katarzyna Mycka, 8 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Lecture: Robert Bain, K-12 History, How Accurate?, 10-11:30 a.m., Kellogg Eye Center, Auditorium. Sponsored by the Geriatrics Center, 998-9351. Registration and fee required.
Lecture: Rebecca Copeland, Sartorial Semiotics: Miyake Kaho and the Modern Meiji Woman, noon, School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Center for Japanese Studies, 764-6307.
Lecture: Dr. Victor Marquez, Locked Nucleosides as Tools to Discriminate the Conformational Preferences of Kinases and Polymerases, 4 p.m., C.C. Little Building, Room 2548. Sponsored by the Program in Medicinal Chemistry, 647-8429.
Lecture: Alfredo Jaar, 5 p.m., Chrysler Center, Chesebrough Auditorium. Sponsored by the School of Art and Design, 936-2082.
Movie: Seven Days to Noon, 7 p.m., Modern Languages Building, Lecture Room II. Sponsored by the Program in Film/Video Studies, 764-0147.
Movie: The War Game, 8:45 p.m., Modern Languages Building, Lecture Room II. Sponsored by the Program in Film/Video Studies, 764-0147.
Play: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Play: Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Poetry Reading: Christine Hume, Davidson Hall, Room D1276. Sponsored by the Department of English and Office of the Provost, 615-3710.
Tour: Nancy Reinhardt, curator of the Illustrating Shakespeare exhibit, 4 & 5 p.m., Special Collections Library, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Floor 7. Sponsored by the University Library, 764-9377.

Friday, March 7
Class: Assertiveness Skills II, 9 a.m.-noon. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Concert: Symphony Band and Concert Band, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Conference: Depression on College Campuses, all day, Michigan League (see March 6 description).
Film: The Other Vietnam conference, A Tale of Love, 7:30 p.m., Lorch Hall, Auditorium. Followed by a conversation with the film’s director, Trinh T. Minh-ha. Sponsored by the Global Ethnic Literatures Seminar, 647-6251.
Forum: War, Health & Ethics: Homeland, Military Health and Terrorism, 6-8 p.m., Chemistry Auditorium. Sponsored by the School of Nursing and the Military Officer Education Program, http://whae.www.umich.edu 
Lecture: Zvi Arie Steinfeld, Can the Living Atone for the Dead?, noon, Frankel Center Library, 3040 Frieze Building. Sponsored by the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, 615-1287.
Lecture: Christina Jose Kampfner, Women Doing Life Sentences: Voices from the Inside, noon, Lane Hall, Room 2239. Sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program, 647-0774.
Lecture: Eric Owen Moss, Too Much Ain’t Enough, noon, Art and Architecture Building, Auditorium. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300
Lecture: Frank Bartol, Uterine Programming and Endocrine Disruption: Lessons from Ungulate Models, 4 p.m., 300 N. Ingalls Building, 10th Floor Conference Hall. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, 647-0276.
Panel: The Other Vietnam conference, 3 p.m., Alumni Center. A panel of scholars interested in Vietnamese history, culture and literature. Sponsored by the Global Ethnic Literatures Seminar, 647-6251.
Play: Andy Wiginton, Maricas, True Tales from the Venezuelan Cordillera, 7 & 11 p.m., Residential College Auditorium. Sponsored by the LSA Residential College, 647-9960.
Play: Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Music: Salsa Night, 9 p.m.-midnight, Leonardo’s. Dance the night away to Salsa and Merengue. Professional dance instructors teaching basic moves. Learn the bachata, cha cha cha, mambo, rhumba and dance to Spanish pop. Sponsored by Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs, 647-6838.
Seminar: Crossing Interdisciplinary Boundaries in the Urban and Regional Context, 1-5 p.m., Art and Architecture Building, Auditorium. Sponsored by the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 764-1300.
Seminar: Alisse Theodore, Nagging as a National Policy: Women Argue Against U.S. Women’s Right to Vote, 1870-1920, 3-4:30 p.m., Business School, Room E0540. Sponsored by the Yaffe Center for Persuasive Communication, 764-0118.

Saturday, March 8
Concert: Contemporary Directions Ensemble, 8 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Movie: Tamas, Part II, 6:30-10 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium. Sponsored by the Center for South Asian Studies, 764-0352.
Panel: The Other Vietnam conference, 9:30-11:30 a.m., Michigan League, Vandenberg Room. A group of speakers will discuss Vietnamese contributions to literature and film. Sponsored by the Global Ethnic Literatures Seminar, 647-6251.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 11:30, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Play: Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, 1:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Play: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, 7:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Play: Andy Wiginton, Maricas, True Tales from the Venezuelan Cordillera, 8 p.m., Residential College Auditorium. Sponsored by the LSA Residential College, 647-9960.
Reception: The Merry Wives of Windsor Afterglow, following 7:30 p.m. performance, Alumni Center, Founders Room. Meet and greet members of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Sponsored by AAUM and the University Musical Society, (800) 847-4764. Tickets required, must be purchased in advance.
Reception: A gathering of friends and exhibition of memorabilia in honor of Eugene Feingold, 1-3 p.m., Michigan League, Ballroom. Feingold, Professor Emeritus of the School of Public Health and former associate dean and acting dean of the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate studies, died Oct. 13. For more information, call (734) 663-1670.
Symposium: Projecting Petersburg, 1-5 p.m., Business School, Hale Auditorium. Once the grand imperial capital of Russia, St. Petersburg is in the midst of a bold new plan to revitalize the city’s historic center. The symposium explores the city’s prospects for projecting its classical architectural legacy and contemporary cultural aspirations as it undertakes an expansion and regeneration of its cultural infrastructure. Sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies, the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, the International Institute, Center for European Studies and Office of the Vice President for Research, 764-0351, http://www.umich.edu/stpetersburg 
Tour: Dinosaurs, 2 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Free, 30-minute, docent-led tour of the dinosaur exhibits. Sign up day of the tour. Limit 15 people. Sponsored by the U-M Credit Union, 764-0478.
Sunday, March 9
Concert: Michigan Youth Jazz Improvisation, 8 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Lecture: Michael Gould, A Look into Japanese Taiko, Japanese Drums and Drumming, and Japan’s Premier Taiko Group: The Kodo Drummers of Japan, 2 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Winter, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Planetarium Show: The Mars Show, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see Feb. 22 description).
Play: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1:30 p.m., Power Center. Sponsored by U-M and the University Musical Society, 764-2538. Tickets required.
Play: Andy Wiginton, Maricas, True Tales from the Venezuelan Cordillera, 3 p.m., Residential College Auditorium. Sponsored by the LSA Residential College, 647-9960.

Monday, March 10
Class: Prepare, Practice & Present, 1-5 p.m. Sponsored by HR Development, http://www.umich.edu/~hraa 764-7410. Registration required.
Concert: Michigan Youth Ensembles, 7 p.m., Chelsea High School. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Film: Cultural Film Series, Two Women, 6:15 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1030, U-M-Dearborn. Sponsored by U-M-Dearborn, (313) 593-1902.
Forum: Composers’ Forum, 8 p.m., School of Music, Britton Recital Hall. Sponsored by the School of Music, 764-0594.
Lecture: Michel Callon, The Increasing Involvement of Concerned Groups in R&D Policies: What Lessons for Public Powers?, 4-5:30 p.m., School of Social Work Building, Room 1636. Sponsored by the Science, Technology and Society Program, 615-8482.
Lecture: Michigan Lectures on Judaism and Christianity in the Roman World, Lawrence Schiffman, The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Jewish Context of Early Christianity, 7:30 p.m., Michigan League, Ballroom. Schiffman, a worldwide authority on the Dead Sea Scrolls, will reveal how this collection of Jewish texts, written before the rise of Christianity, helps to understand ancient Judaism and early Christianity. Sponsored by the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and the Department of Near Eastern Studies, 615-1287.
Seminar: Learning in the Sciences: Moving Active Learning from the Lab to the Lecture, 3-5 p.m., Michigan League, Michigan Room. Participants will learn effective, simple ways to get students actively involved in the lecture format. Sponsored by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, 764-0505.
Workshop: Ryan Goodman, The Internationalization of National Security: World Society, Militarization and the Laws of War, 4-5 p.m., Hutchins Hall, Room 132. Sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law, 764-0535.
Workshop: Dessert!, 7-10 p.m., Michigan League, Kitchen. Apple tart, chocolate mousse and strawberry shortcake. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652. Fee required.