Earthfest 2022

Diag - Central Campus Central Campus, 515 E Jefferson, Ann Arbor, MI

Earthfest celebrates sustainability initiatives across U-M and the surrounding communities, while providing an inclusive platform to educate and engage the campus community on opportunities to support sustainability and environmental justice on campus and in our daily lives. Come learn about sustainability on campus and participate in fun engagement opportunities.  

DEI Lecture Series: Ready, Set, Action.

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Drawing from Michigan Engineering’s Five-Year DEI-Strategic Plan, this lecture will focus on tangible solutions that will help individuals successfully contribute to DEI initiatives across the College, ensuring our commitment as people-first engineers. Amy Moreno Sherwood will provide various practices and reflection exercises that encourage students, staff and faculty to be active DEI champions. Presented by

Alternatives to Policing: Unarmed Crisis Response and the Role of Social Workers

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Police violence against Black bodies rightfully has forced society to look more closely at our policing and public safety practices. The #BlackLivesMatter movement has highlighted the racist origins of policing in this country, and how excessive use of force often targets Black people with deadly results. Disproportionately, police are forced to respond to social, economic,

Recurring Event Anti Racism and Food Justice

Anti Racism and Food Justice

Betsy Barbour House - UMSFP Food Lab in Basement of Betsy Barbour 420 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI

Interested in food sustainability or social justice initiatives? Want to explore ways to resist white supremacy within the food system? Come join one of our biweekly meetings to get involved with The University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program. We have four different groups to join, all with different themes. Fill out the interest form and

Social Policy is health policy: Lessons from the Pandemic

Weill Hall (Ford School) - Annenberg Auditorium (1120) 735 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI

Join Ford School Dean and founding director of the U-M Center for Racial Justice, Celeste Watkins-Hayes and Paula Lantz, James B. Hudak Professor of Health Policy, as they discuss the devastating structural inequities exposed by the COVID pandemic—and why all policymakers must now be equipped with a toolkit for navigating pandemics.   Registration link

Chat with the DEI Team

Ann Arbor, MI

To increase both the visibility of and access to SPH’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Leadership team, we launched a new initiative called “Chat with the DEI Team” in fall 2021. These one-hour virtual sessions were intended to create space for dialogue and create opportunities for the DEI team to hear the community’s input and enhance

Gordon Scholarship Application Due

Ann Arbor, MI

If you’re a second-year Ross MBA student, apply for Business+Impact’s Skip and Carrie Gordon Scholarship. The selected recipients will have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to impact. HOW TO APPLY 2022 applications for Ross MBA2s are now being accepted, and must be submitted by Mon, Sept. 26 @ Noon to qualify.

Pronouns 101 Workshop

Online Ann Arbor, MI

The Spectrum Center's Pronouns 101 Workshop is for anyone interested in learning more about gender pronouns, their significance to queer and trans communities, and gender inclusive language. During this session, staff and faculty will participate in an interactive workshop focused on the importance of pronouns and gender inclusion. Learning objectives include: Learn about inclusive and


Michigan Union - Rogel Ballroom 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI

What progress has been made around the climate at U-M over the last five years? How has our climate changed? How does it still need to be improved? Join us as we discuss the findings of our latest university-wide climate survey from 2021 and compare it with the results from 2016. Registration link