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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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  Titans Motwon Collegiate
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Prestwick Village Golf Coures

7:00am  
8:00am  
9:00am  
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11:00am [11:15am] Leadership Slam Speaker: Donald Middleton
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Come join us and listen to Donald Middleton speak at 11:20am-12:35pm in C&F 228 - [+1 Leadership Development Workshop] *Refershments will be served* Donald Middleton is a father, teacher, author, veteran, and motivational speaker who shares coaching tips and strategies through his resilient life and career stories. He is the founder of Fresh Start Consulting, an organization that helps people move forward with their lives after significant events. He is also the author of the book, Conversations with my Dad, which is a motivational book that gives life and career advice. His inspiring, energetic, and entertaining speeches will create a teachable moment that will foster your own personal growth.


[12:00pm] Noon Mass
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12pm Mass

[12:00pm] Noon Mass
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Noon Mass

[12:15pm] Busy Person's Retreat Orientation
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Busy Person's Retreat Orientation

[12:45pm] Campus Labs
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Campus Labs

[12:45pm] Office of Titile IX and DPS Meeting
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Collaborative meeting between Office of Title IX and Department of Public Safety

[12:45pm] Plante Moran Information Session
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Join representatives from Plante Moran to learn about their company, culture and career opportunities! Plante Moran is a Michigan based accounting firm with over 2,200 employees. The company has been named to Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in America for 20 consecutive years. In 2018, they ranked #20. Current students, recent grads and alumni with majors in Accounting, Business Administration, Communications, Finance, Economics, and Information Technology are encouraged to attend. Lunch will be provided and space is limited so RSVP today! ​ ​​What is an Information Session? An information session is an opportunity to: meet recruiters in a small group setting; learn about careers at the organization; the application process; organizational culture. Who should attend this information session?Students and alumni who: want to learn more about the organization: are from Business or Liberal Arts discipline/major; are from all class levels (freshmen, sophomore, juniors, seniors and alumni). ​Center for Career & Professional Development Staff​Reno Hall 1st Floor | ​(313)993-1017 | ​careerlink@udmercy.edu​​​​

[12:45pm] University of California San Francisco School of Dentistry Informational Session
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An admissions representative from UCSF School of Dentistry will be coming to Detroit Mercy on Tuesday October 16 to speak to pre-dental students, give an admissions presentation, and answer any questions about the school/admissions process.



[1:00pm] ITS Training: Cyber Security
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ITS Training: Cyber Security




[2:00pm] NSLS Broadcast Check
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NSLS Broadcast Check

12:00pm
1:00pm
2:00pm
3:00pm
4:00pm
5:00pm [5:30pm] Dance Remix with Crystal
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A mixture of barre, zumba-like dancing, and even kickboxing.


[6:00pm] BOOST
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Boost is a nine-week, intensive workshop for early-stage social organizations that have already entered the market with their product or service. Boost participants learn business fundamentals, improve their strategic thinking, articulate a business plan, and develop a business model that demonstrates social impact, growth, and long-term financial sustainability.

[6:00pm] Intelligent Lives Movie
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Showing of a Movie Intelligent Lives which is about Intellectual Disabilities and how students deal with this in Education.

[6:00pm] Zeta Phi Beta Meeting
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Event for 10-15 people

[6:30pm] Campus Kitchen Leadership Team Meeting
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Interested in joining Campus Kitchen's Leadership Team? Come to a Leadership Team meeting to learn more about how you can get involved. Campus Kitchen cooks up food justice at Detroit Mercy. We have service and leadership development opportunities for students to fight hunger and food waste on campus and in the community. Each year, a group of 20-30 students oversees all of Campus Kitchen's programs, events, and fundraisers. You're invited to join us to learn more about Campus Kitchen's leaders and programs. Questions? Contact Staff Coordinator Clara Gamalski at gamalscl@udmercy.edu

[6:45pm] Total Body Strength with Crystal
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60 minutes of high intensity interval training and lean muscle development for a toned body.



[7:00pm] NSLS Speaker Broadcast
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NSLS Speaker Broadcast

6:00pm
7:00pm
8:00pm
9:00pm