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Wednesday, October 3, 2012
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11:00am [11:00am] UDM Minor & Certificate Fair
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ATTENTION UDM UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS! Enhance Your UDM Degree with a MINOR or a CERTIFICATE! FREE HOT DOGS, CHIPS, AND WATER!

Advisors representing UDM's Minor and Certificate Programs will be available to answer undergraduate students' questions and to assist in completing the paperwork to add a Minor or Certificate.

UDM offers 26 Minors and Certificates from a variety of areas and disciplines. Students may now earn two minors. Hosted by the College of Liberal Arts & Education, the College of Engineering & Science, and the College of Business Administration. (Rain Date: October 4)

Questions: 313 993-3250



[12:10pm] Lunchtime Abs
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Since lunch is only 1 hour long, this class gets right to point with a 20 minute core workout. Get in, get out, and get on with your day!

Please contact Fitness Instructor, Josh Luczak, luczakjp@udmercy.edu for more information concerning the class.

This class is open to any Fitness Center Member (UDM student or employee).


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2:00pm [2:00pm] Exam
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Exam

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6:00pm [6:00pm] Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority

[6:00pm] Architecture Lecture Series
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Joe Coriaty (class of '78) of Fredrick Fisher Partners of Los Angeles will present recent projects from his award-winning firm, as well as discuss the impact his education in Detroit influenced his design thinking.

Working in the auto factories of Detroit influenced Joe Coriaty's process for making architecture and its placement in the changing urban context of modern America. After graduating from the University of Detroit, Joe completed his Masters degree at the University of Southern California and soon became one of the founding principles of Frederick Fisher and Partners Architecture in Los Angeles. He was lead designer on such notable projects as MoMA P.S.1 in New York, the Annenberg Center for Information Science and Technology at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, the Colby College Museum of Art Museum in Maine and locally at the Flint Institute of Art.

His body of work promotes sustainable design principles that respect the client's budget and cultivates a sense of rigor, beauty and authenticity. The firms most recent project, the Annenberg Community Beach House, bridges historic preservation with a new LEED certified modernist structure.


[6:00pm] Musim Students
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Meeting

[6:30pm] Kappa Beta Gamma
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Kappa Betta Gamma

[6:30pm] Kappa Beta Gamma
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Kappa Beta Gamma


[7:00pm] Kappa Delta Rho
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Meeting




[9:00pm] Kappa Delta Rho
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Meetings

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