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Saturday, February 22, 2014
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  Law- Winter Break
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Academic Calendar

Law- NO Saturday Classes
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Academic Calendar

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9:00am [9:00am] DAPCEP Courses
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Closed Event Math: Pre Calculus: E134, instructor TBD

[9:00am] DAPCEP Courses
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Closed Event Wind and Solar: Renewable Energies, 9-10th grade: E120, R. Santavicca

[9:00am] VITA - Free Tax Assistance
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The University of Detroit Mercy, College of Business Administration is partnering with the Accounting Aid Society (VITA) to provide free tax help for those in need of assitance. Assistance will be given by appointment only. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 313-556-1920.


[10:00am] CPR/AED Training
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This lay responder class is for Nursing students and the general public if you are in need of certifications for a job, academic program or additional experience in the healthcare field, please take advantage of this opportunity. This course will teach members of the general public to overcome any reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants, and to provide care to victims of sudden cardiac arrest through the safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Cost is $50/person. RSVP Required, please contact Student Life or Adam Hollmann at 313-993-1150 (or Register online: http://cprtrainingudmfeb22.eventbrite.com)

[10:00am] Campus Kitchens Deliveries
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Deliver meals to people living in the Detroit area.

[10:00am] Ford Community Core Project
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The primary goal of this program is to support faculty and students interested in developing a service-learning project to meet the needs of an agency or target population in metropolitan Detroit. The objectives of the program are to: Enhance student leadership skills development through practical experiences of serving those in need. Broaden students’ classroom learning through direct community engagement. Improve the capacity of community-based, human service organizations by creating partnerships between these organizations, Ford and UDM. Increase the students’ awareness of service opportunities in the community and Ford Motor Company’s commitment to community engagement. Assist faculty in identifying and using best practices in service-learning. This particular event partners with local schools to create a camp for local urban youth.

[10:00am] Orientation Group Interviews
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Orientation Group Interviews






[2:00pm] Women's Basketball Game
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Women's Basketball Game









[5:30pm] Mass
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University Ministry Mass










[6:00pm] Nurses Appreciation Night
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Palace of Auburn Hills For tickets or additional information, contact Kristen Estes: 248.377.8620 or kestes@palacenet.com











[7:00pm] Jordan Anderson Writes a Letter
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A play written by UDM faculty on the Emancipation Proclamation.

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