Campus Life

Christopher A. Hart, former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, discusses the benefits of automation during a lecture in Weill Hall Monday afternoon.

Christopher Hart, former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, spoke to 70 University of Michigan students and community members at the Ford School of Public Policy Monday afternoon about the innovation of autonomous vehicles. 

The Director of EPA's legal council, Michael Fisher, speaks about environmental law and policy at Hutchins Hall Monday evening.

Michael Fisher, legal division director of the Environmental Protection Agency Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training, spoke

Angela Washko, artist, writer, and facilitator devoted to creating forums for discussions about feminism in spaces often hostile toward it, presents for the Penny Stamps Speaker Series Thursday afternoon in the Michigan Theater.

Angela Washko, an artist, writer and activist, began her lecture speaking about her project targeting hate speech in public video games — specifically World of Warcraft — at a crowded Michigan Theater. 

Columbia University professor Jennifer Hirsch speaks about campus sexual assault at a talk and panel about her and Shamus Kahn's new book, "Sexual Citizens," at Rackham Amphitheater Thursday afternoon.

Students, faculty and community members filled Rackam Amphitheaterto hear Jennifer Hirsch, professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia University and Shamus Khan, chair of sociology at Columbia speak about the prominence of sexual assault on college campuses. 

Dr. Brett Krutzsch speaks about LGBTQ politics and religion in the United States at the School of Social work Wednesday evening.

As a part of its LGBTQ Health and Wellness Week, the Spectrum Center hosted a talk titled Queer Martyrdom: The Religious and Sexual Politics of LGBTQ Inclusion.


As part of University of Michigan Housing’s new commitment to redesign and update all 18 of the multicultural lounges