Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

A snapshot of campus happenings this week related to race/ethnicity/diversity...

The Positivity Project

Part 1 – Week of Positivity
● All University of Michigan students are encouraged to post positive pictures and
messages on social media using the hashtag “#WeBelong” to convey to others that
stereotypes do not define who they are.
● This event will be held the week of Sunday, September 24nd
● Posts will be made using social media sites including Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and
Facebook and
● This week will evoke a sense of community in U-M students, thus bringing us together

image of different people holding hands

QTPOC Community Dinners

Queer & trans students of color are welcome to our monthly Community Dinners, in parternship with the University of Michigan Spectrum Center. Join for food and community. These events will be hosted by queer and trans staff or faculty of color.

YOU MUST RSVP TO ATTEND!

RSVP here.

All dinners are held 5:30-7pm in North Quad Space 2435.

  • Sept. 27 (host: Liz Gonzalez)
  • Oct. 25 (host: Kerene Moore)
  • Dec. 6 (host: Jon Merrill)
QTPOC Dinner Flyer

Iranian Film Festival 2017

The Department of Near Eastern Studies and the Iranian Graduate Students Association at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is pleased to present our second annual Iranian Film Festival. With the passing of one of Iran’s most iconic and internationally celebrated filmmakers, Abbas Kiarostami, we have decided to dedicate this year’s festival to a retrospective of his work.

"Where is the Friend's House" movie poster

ADVENTURE LEADERSHIP TRIPS

DON'T MISS THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE!

We’re talking exciting times, breathtaking views, and getaways that will challenge you in new ways. It’s time to pack your bags for adventure!

No experience is necessary, all adventure gear is provided and the fun is just one click away. Hurry. Space is limited.

Check it out!

Group Kayaking Photo

FOKUS Mass Meeting

FOKUS looking for undergraduates interested in joining a student organization whose missions is to educate, empower and unite communities using the arts. 

Find out how FOKUS brought Janelle Monae, Justin Bua, and many other amazing artists to campus! Attend the mass meeting on September 21 at 6pm, in 2437 Mason Hall. 

FOKUS Flyer

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