February 17, 2017
There's a lot here and it's all good. Right now it's sunny and beautiful and warm. This never happens in February. Enjoy it as much as you can, and look forward to a balmy 60 degrees Saturday. And Spring Break is just around the corner. I'll be in Cancun. OK. I lied. Let's get serious.
Your instructor may give you a progress report if you're struggling in class. The progress report will tell you what you need to do to improve. Please don't be shy or embarassed about talking to your instructor or to your advisor. We want you to do well, adn we want to help you. Every one messes up at some point (even if they deny it).
UNDERGRAD JURIED EXHIBITION AWARDS
Will be announced at the Stamps Gallery in downtown Ann Arbor Tuesday, Feb 21, at 5:30.
EVERYTHING I EVER NEEDED TO KNOW ABOUT STAMPS...
...I learned from upperclassmen. Seniros share their tips and wisdom with you, Wonderful Wednesday, 11:30-12:30, February 22, Room 2030.
TELL THE DEAN
Dean Guna will be in the Work Commons Wednesday, February 22 from 4-6 pm. Come by and ask him questions, tell him what you think, point out something we need at Stamps. He listens. Plus there will be cookies.
I FORGOT TO STUDY ABROAD (Spring Break in Cancun doesn't count)
Do you have questions about study abroad, but never have time for peer advising? Worried about meeting the deadline for your M-Compass application?
You’re in luck! This Sunday Feb. 19, from 12 - 6 pm, international peer advisor Beth Reeck will be on call to help you find answers. Take a break from studio work and stop by the couches outside the Stamps front office this weekend. Bring your queries about program applications, scholarships, passports, and more.
Maybe that’s not enough, though. Do you have questions that go deeper than peer advising? Do you also have free time on Mondays?
You’re in luck again! Sandy Wiley will hold open international workshop hours in Room 2147, from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, on Monday.
Whether or not you stop by, the deadlines are coming. The March 1st deadline for DIS Copenhagen, SACI Florence, Burren Ireland and non-UM study abroad applications happens over Spring Break! So ask your questions now, before you have to figure it out on your own.
And as always, regular peer advising hours are posted on the SWAPC double doors.
ANIMATION CLUB Friday, the 17th, 6pm-8pm in the beautiful Design Lab 1 in the Dude on North campus. Contact Michelle Sheng.
SOCIAL JUSTICE ART FESTIVAL
The 2017 Social Justice Art Festival brings together community members, social work students, and other members of the University of Michigan family to explore art as a tool for social justice. In keeping with this year’s theme, “In Our Space: Using Art to Name our Reality,” the community-created artwork highlights a myriad of social justice topics, from intersectionality to advocacy to body acceptance. The festival fosters community conversations about what it means to claim, move throughout, and inhabit space.
The Social Justice Art Festival is March 18 at Trotter Multicultural Center from 12 to 6 pm. Locally sourced and cultivated coffee and tea will be available to purchase. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.