Commencement 2011 approaches
UDM commencement ceremonies will be held on Friday, May 13 for the School of Law; Saturday, May 14 for the McNichols Campus; and Sunday, May 15 for the School of Dentistry. All ceremonies will be in Calihan Hall. For more information, visit the 2011 Commencement website.
Faculty work on display in the library
Faculty authorship is currently on display in the McNichols Campus Library's first floor reference area through June 17. The display includes books, book chapters, journal articles and conference proceedings written by UDM faculty. The complete list of titles can be found at the Library website.
Newsletter highlights student and faculty research
The Winter 2011 issue of the Research@UDM Newsletter is now online, which highlights both student and faculty research and grant activity. To view the newsletter, visit the Research@UDM website and follow the link to "Research@UDM Winter 2011."
Help your seniors help UDM
Please encourage your seniors to consider participating in the Senior Class Gift campaign, which has already raised $2,000. The money raised will be used to renovate a study area in the McNichols Campus Library. There are multiple events scheduled for early May, including a Tigers game, a trip to Dave & Buster’s, a service opportunity and the Senior Class Dinner. Encourage your senior students to attend the events and make a gift!
Donation drive encourages UDM to help the community
Student Senate will be sponsoring the "Everything Drive," from Monday, April 25 until Saturday, April 30 at the rock near the West Quad Residence Hall. Any type of donation is accepted, from clothes to televisions, which will go to St. Vincent De Paul in Detroit. For more information, contact UDM's Student Senate by email.
Director of University Ministry Dave Nantais recently gave the presentation, "Rock and roll testimony: Finding the sacred in guitar, bass and drums," at three schools in Iowa: Loras College in Dubuque, the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls and Iowa State University in Ames. The talk was based on his book, Rock-A My Soul.
Associate Professor of Psychology Kathleen Zimmerman-Oster recently spoke at the "Critical issues of youth: Clearing the smoke about marijuana" conference. The conference dealt with the false impression that the Medical Marijuana Act has made on Michigan's youth.