Eastern Michigan University

Programs going on within the community surrounding EMU: 

 

Academic Success Partnerships Workshops

Date: canceled

Time: 3:00 pm

Host: Academic Success Partnerships

Location: Student Center 352

Description: Are you turning into a Professional Procrastinator?! You may have started out the semester good, but has procrastination began to sneak back
in?! Come on out and join us for a great workshop and learn how to put an end to that procrastination! Check out their flyer for more information.

 

SafeHouse Center "Equal Means Equal" screening

Date: October 22, 2014

Time: 6:00 pm

Host: SafeHouse Center of Ann Arbor

Location: Michigan Theater

Description: Join SafeHouse Center for the FREE showing of the film, Equal Means Equal, the documentary that Bust Magazine called potentially "The Best Women's Rights Documentary... Ever." This moving documentary will contain the perspective from national leaders, experts in their field, and stories from survivors.  Additional information is located on this flyer.

 

Free Artist's Workshop for Children Ages 7-12

Date: Every Tuesday October 28-December 2, 2014

Time: 5:30-7:00 pm

Host: EMU Art Department

Location: 210 Ford Hall

Description: The EMU Art Department is offering free art classes for children ages 7-12 so that art education majors enrolled in ARTE 460 can gain valuable experience in teaching art to children before they begin student teaching in schools. Teachers will develop age appropriate lessons with the guidance of an experienced art educator. Free and open to the public. To reserve a place for your child, please contact Camilla McCombe at 734-487-5969. Come and make art with our talented teachers!

 

Alice Walker, Novelist and Human Rights Activist, to deliver the U-M Zora Neale Hurston Lecture

Date: November 5, 2014

Time: 5:30-7:00 pm

Host: The U-M Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS) and the U-M Center for the Education of Women (CEW)

Location: Hill Auditorium (U-M campus)

Description: The Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning author of The Color Purple will explore social justice issues from her unique womanist and black feminist perspective, reflecting on the complementary missions of DAAS and CEW. Ms. Walker's work focuses on the role of women of color in history, culture, and society. For more information, visit the CEW website.

Women's Resource Center is part of Diversity & Community Involvement