Stamps senior Sophia Greenbaum recently won a poster design contest for the Victors of Michigan Community Festival. Greenbaum’s poster will be used to advertise the event, which marks the start of the University’s Victors for Michigan Campaign.
The Victors for Michigan Campaign is the next fundraising campaign at the University of Michigan. It launches on November 8, 2013, where a goal for the amount of money to raise will be set. The funds raised during this campaign, which will last several years, will support three main priorities:
- Guarantee that a diverse group of the world’s brightest students will be able to study at Michigan. Providing sufficient financial support is the highest priority.
- Transform the Michigan education by extending academic excellence from the classroom into real-world experiences that develop students’ global purview, and a creative, entrepreneurial mindset.
- Serve the public good by collaborating on bold new ideas to solve the world’s most challenging problems.
To celebrate the beginning of the Victors for Michigan Campaign, the University of Michigan is hosting a campus and community-wide celebration! The events will be held on Friday, November 8, 2013 and will include The Community Festival on Ingalls Mall, The Main Event (program to officially announce and kickoff the campaing) in Hill Auditorium, and The After-Party on Ingalls Mall.