March 20, 2014

Please join us at the 2014 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference in Philadelphia!

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October 02, 2013

A Thousand Graces: Freer’s Pilgrimage to the Buddhist Cave Temples at Longmen and his Collection of Chinese Art

October 20, 2013

Speakers: David Hogge, PhD, Head of Archives, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution;
Daisy Yiyou Wang, PhD, Curator Chinese and East Asian Art Peabody Essex Museum, MA.

Lecture: 2:00 pm at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Marvin & Betty Danto Lecture Hall
Reception & Tours: 3:30 - 5:00 pm, at The Freer House, 71 East Ferry, Detroit, MI 48202

Detailed event can be found at:

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March 19, 2013

Two Taiwanese documentary films at Michigan State U + Q&A with directors

Two Taiwanese documentary films will be presented at Michigan State University (East Lansing) during the first week of April, with directors in attendance for question and answer sessions after the films.

Film dialogues mostly in Mandarin Chinese. WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

April 1, Monday

Taiwanese woman filmmaker and visual anthropologist Tai-Li Hu 胡台麗 will present her latest documentary film “Returning Souls” 讓靈魂回家. Film screening will be preceded by a 9-minute violin performance by Joseph Lin (first violinist of the Julliard Quartet) of a piece by the film composer Shih-Hui Chen 陳士惠 (Rice University).

6:30 pm, Wells Hall B-Wing Lobby: Public reception (meet & greet the artists)

7:30 pm, B122 Wells Hall: Violin performance by Joseph Lin of music composed by Shih-Hui Chen, immediately followed by Tai-Li Hu’s documentary Returning Souls (2012, 85 min.)

9:30 pm: Q&A with director Hu and composer Chen

"Returning Souls" is part of the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters Global Film Series 2013. For stills, trailers and synopsis, please search on Google or visit:

April 4, Thursday, 6:00 pm, 103 Erickson Hall: Screening of "Money and Honey" 麵包情人 (2011, 96 min.) directed by Taiwanese documentarist Jasmine Lee Ching-hui 李靖惠. Lee will answer questions from the audience after the film.

The film includes documentary footage shot over 13 years in Taiwan and the Philippines. It presents the lives, relationships and hopes of Philippina migrants who work in Tawianese nursing homes. The film discusses globalization, the transnational movement of labor, and the changing concepts of "home" and the "family" due to people's increased mobility. For stills and trailers, please search on Google, or visit Lee's blog:

Questions about the MSU screenings may be addressed to tzelan[at]msu[dot]edu.

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March 18, 2013

China Entrepreneur Network: 2013 Entrepreneurial Case Competition


This competition is meant to give students the opportunity to analyze a real-life business case and to recommend solutions to a panel of judges. In the process, we hope that the participants will gain a more profound knowledge of the business environment, while at the same time hone in on their analytical, problem-solving, and presentation skills.

The 2013 CEN Entrepreneurial Case Competition is divided into two days. The Workshop will be hosted on Friday, March 22 from 5PM-8PM. The Competition will be hosted on the following day Saturday, March 23 from 10AM-4PM.

Attendance for the Workshop is not mandatory to compete in the competition, however it is highly recommended that you attend the Workshop as we will go over the basics of case analyzing, special guest speaker, and the gain a competitive edge of obtaining the actual case at an earlier time.

Please click on flier to learn more and to register.

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October 22, 2012

Tibetan Buddhist master talk

Free and open to the public, this talk will take place at the Michigan Union -­ The Rogel Ballroom, 2nd Floor, 530 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Mi 48108. Free parking will be available at the Thompson Street UM parking structure, just behind the Union.

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April 01, 2012

UMMA After Hours, April 12, 2012

Please note that Dr. Natsu Oyobe, Associate Curator of Asian Art at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), will be giving two gallery talks for the new exhibition "Recent Acquisitions II", which includes a few Chinese folk art objects donated by Richard and Ellen Laing.

Please click on flier to learn more.

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March 08, 2012

Australian National University - Asia Pacific Week (APW) 2012

The APW organising committee is seeking delegate applications from top honours, masters and PhD students from around the world. Students of all disciplines are encouraged to apply. We would be very grateful for your support in spreading the word of APW to your students.

ANU Asia Pacific Week brings leading experts on the Asia Pacific region together with 100 delegates from around the world to engage in a series of dynamic discussions and events focused on developments and trends that will shape the ‘Asia Pacific Century’.

The conference will be held from 8 – 13 July 2012 at the ANU campus in Canberra, Australia.

Applications open this Friday 9 March at 9am and close Friday 23 March at 9am (Canberra Time).

An information flyer will be posted to the APW website shortly. This may be of use in informing your cohort of Asia Pacific Week and you are most welcome to download and distribute it.

For more information, please visit our website email

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February 28, 2012

2012 UCLA-Fudan Workshop in Scholarly Translation in Shanghai, July 9-27

Please click on flier to learn more.

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February 22, 2012

“The Art of Chinese Cooking Series” - Grand Opening on March 10, 2012

Please click on flier to send e-mail inquiries.

Flier on cooking lessons offered by the series (inquiries can also be e-mailed by clicking on the flier):

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January 23, 2012

Chinese week at Eastern Michigan University

Please click on flier for more information.

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May 01, 2011

Opportunity for Chinese Grad Students, June 8-11, 2011

Space is still available in the 2011 U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium taking place June 8-11, in Washington, D.C. The Colloquium, which is open to PRC graduate students currently studying in the United States, seeks to inform participants about the American foreign policy process. The program is open to students of all academic disciplines.

For more information, please go to this page on the National Committee on US-China Relations's Web site:

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April 14, 2011

Free concert in Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese dialects

慶祝北美地區台灣傳統週 Amazing Taiwan Music Culture Tour on May 9, 2011 in Farmington Hills

董事長樂團 (The Chairman 台語歌, 國語歌): 黄連煜 (Ayugo 客家歌), 安韻澐 (Yangui Yasiyungu 山地歌) , 舒米恩 (Suming 山地歌), 何欣惠 (Ciacia山地歌)

表演時間 (Time): May 9th, 2011, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm, Free and open to the public. (admission ticket required for entry - please contact Ms. Yen-ling von Meister at zhoulaoshi88[at]gmail[dot]com for tickets)

表演地點 (Place): Smith Theater, Oakland Community College
27055 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(South of Hong Hua Chinese Restaurant)

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April 06, 2011

CCS faculty associate Bright Sheng to guest-conduct concert by the Adrian Symphony Orchestra

Heroic Voices

Classical Concert
Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm
Dawson Auditorium, Adrian College
110 S. Madison St.
Adrian, MI 49221
Guest conductor: Bright Sheng, Leonard Bernstein Distinguished University Professor of Composition, U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Respected as one of the foremost composers of our time, Bright Sheng guest-conducts his Postcards, with John Thomas Dodson concluding the ASO’s Classical Series with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3, Eroica.

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March 15, 2011

Ann Arbor Film Festival Artist Talk with Wang Bing (王兵)

Friday, March 25, 3:00pm

University of Michigan Museum of Art
Helmut Stern Auditorium
525 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Conversation via Skype with Chinese-based Wang Bing, a leading artist of the new Chinese documentary movement, moderated by UM professor Markus Nornes. Wang Bing’s 14-hour Crude Oil screens at the UM Work Gallery March 11 - April 1, in alternating 7-hour segments each day (gallery hours: Tues thru Sat., noon - 7pm). Bing’s remarkable Crude Oil invites viewers to follow a complete and heavy working day by laborers on an oil installation in a remote region: the Inner Mongolian portion of the Gobi Desert,

This is a FREE event.

Sponsored by: U-M Center for Chinese Studies and the Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan
Co-Presented by: U-M Department of Screen Arts & Cultures

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November 22, 2010

Coming to the historic Michigan Theater!

AS OF MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, BOTH CCS AND CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE HAVE GIVEN OUT ALL THE FREE VOUCHERS. Tickets to the screenings are still available for purchase at the Michigan Theater.

Opens Friday, November 26, 2010, for approximately one week.

Sponsored by CCS and the Confucius Institute. Please click on poster for more information on the film.

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October 13, 2010

China Town Hall, October 18, 2010

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National Committee on U.S.-China Relations will host the fourth annual China Town Hall, scheduled for Monday, October 18, 2010. The program comprises two parts – a webcast featuring U.S. Ambassador to China Jon M. Huntsman discussing issues in U.S.-China relations with Steve Orlins, National Committee president, followed by a local program in 44 cities and towns across the United States with a speaker (or panel of speakers) focusing on a topic of interest to the community.

The Detroit Council for World Affairs will host a program at Wayne State University with guest speaker Dr. Lyle Goldstein of the U.S. Naval War College examining China’s military development and its impact on U.S.-China relations.

For additional information and registration details, please see

Click on image to go to national webcast.

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May 04, 2010

Taiwanese Traditional Arts and Crafts, Friday Evening, May 7, 2010

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Taiwanese Traditional Arts and Crafts
Friday, May 7, 6-8:30pm
North Campus Duderstadt Center Connector
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Renowned Taiwanese artisans to share and teach traditional Chinese crafts—an interactive evening of hands-on demonstrations and unique cultural arts.

In addition, students from the Ann Arbor Chinese Center of Michigan will be teaching Chinese Lion Dancing and Chinese Yo-Yo out on the lawn, weather permitting.

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February 16, 2010

CCS Director to give talk on effective interviews in political science research

2009 – 2010 Center for Political Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop on Politics and Policy

Noon to 1:30pm, February 17, 2010
6006 ISR

Mary Gallagher - "Meaning and Measurement: Uses of and Strategies for Effective Interviews in Political Science Research."

Mary Gallagher is Director of the Center for Chinese Studies and Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science.

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December 17, 2009

Summer program on Chinese film


The Program will be take place on June 28 July 25, 2010. Students worldwide are welcome to the program, administered through the University of Washington. 12 quarter credits are transferable to other institutions. The program is especially well suited for upper-level undergraduates who intend to continue their studies in Chinese cinema, and for graduate students and professors who plan to teach courses involving Chinese films. No knowledge of Chinese is required.

The courses will be taught by professors from outside Asia (including Chris Berry, Yomi Braester, and James Tweedie) and a variety of faculty from the Beijing Film Academy. The program also includes meetings with filmmakers.

The program cost (including tuition and lodging) is $3,300 + registration fee. Rolling admission will start on January 1, 2010.

Visit program web site at

for further details on curriculum and application procedures. Questions should be addressed to the program director, Professor Yomi Braester.

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November 13, 2009

Distinguished historian and curator of Chinese art to give lecture at the Detroit Institute of Arts

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October 14, 2009

Oakland University Art Gallery (OUAG) - Writing an Image: Chinese Literati Art - now through November 22, 2009

All special events are held in the OUAG and are without charge, unless otherwise noted. (OUAG is on the Oakland University campus next to the MBT, I-75 exit 79, University Drive.)

Guqin concert:
"Archaic Scent of the Plum Pavilion"
with Guqin Master Wu Ziying
Friday, October 16, 8:00 p.m.
Varner Recital Hall, Oakland University
Ticket information: (248) 370-3013

"The Elegant and Transcendent Chinese Literati Painting"
by Marshall Wu
Senior Curator of Asian Art (emeritus), University of Michigan Museum of Art
Saturday, October 17, 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Literati Painting Demonstration:
by Yu Zengshan, from Nantong, China
Saturday, October 17, 4:15 - 5:15 p.m.

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September 29, 2009

Economic Development and Transition Seminar (EDTS) welcomes Albert Park

Economic Development and Transition Seminar (EDTS) welcomes

Albert Park
Department of Economics, Oxford University

"Family Ties and Organizational Design: Evidence from Chinese Private Firms"
Thursday, October 1, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
3240 Weill Hall

Abstract: Family firms comprise a large share of industrial activity in both developing and developed countries, but little is known about how they operate. Using a unique dataset of Chinese private firms, in this paper we investigate how family ties with firm heads affect managerial compensation and job assignment. We find that family managers earn higher salaries and received more bonuses, hold higher positions, and are given more decision rights and more job responsibilities than non-family managers in the same firm. However, family managers face weaker incentives than professional managers as seen in the lower sensitivity of their bonuses to firm performance. Our findings are consistent with the predictions of a principal-agent model that incorporates family trust and endogenous job assignment decisions. We show that alternative explanations such as taste-based favoritism, succession concerns, and risk attitudes are unlikely to drive our key results, and discuss implications for economic performance.

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September 24, 2009

Lecture, September 30, 2009 - China and the US: A Shared History

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The Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies presents: Kenneth Pomeranz, October 1, 2009

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September 10, 2009

2009 Ambassador Leonard Woodcock Legacy Business Seminar, Oakland University

2009 Ambassador Leonard Woodcock Legacy Business Seminar

"Creating a New Economic Dialogue with China"
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Online registration is available by clicking here.
For more information visit:
Or, RSVP to Carrie Sliwinski (248) 370-3286 or at

"Creating a New Economic Dialogue with China" Seminar, 1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Please join us to participate in an executive forum and networking sessions with Chinese and American business leaders and officials. Talk with experts who understand how doing business in the global economy needs a clear dialogue built on mutual respect relationships that bridge culture, etiquette, and politics.

Speakers include:
Consul General Huang Ping, PRC Consulate, Chicago Illinois
Doug Smith, Deputy County Executive, Oakland County Michigan
Robert Ficano, County Executive, Wayne County Michigan
W.S. (Bill) Chamberlain, Js Chamberlain and Associates, Shanghai
Wei Shen, President, BridgeConnect Foundation and Marketing Manager, GM, Detroit Michigan
Guowen Shen, Economic & Commercial Council, PRC Consulate, Chicago Illinois
C. Peter Theut, Chairman Global Trade Group, Ann Arbor Michigan

The Woodcock Legacy Seminar will be held at the historic Meadow Brook Hall on the campus of Oakland University, and will be followed by a private networking opportunity for attendees of this event from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m at the Hall.

Afterwards, please stay for a very special event:

Writing an Image: Literati Art Reception and Viewing

From 6:00 – 8:00p.m at the Oakland University Art Gallery in Wilson Hall
Chinese art and history lovers won’t want to miss "Writing an Image: Literati Art Reception and Viewing" at a special reception following the Woodcock Legacy business seminar. The collection contains 29 scroll paintings, 11 calligraphies representing a variety of calligraphic styles and 15 rubbing impressions of old Chinese stone monuments which Amitendranath Tagore, a Chinese language and literature professor at OU, collected in the early 1950’s while living and studying in China. Tagore and his wife, Arundhati Tagore, Kresge Library technician, enjoyed 25 years of teaching at Oakland University and serving at the Kresge Library and upon their retirement donated the Tagore Collection to the university.

Online registration is available by clicking here.
For more information visit:

Or, RSVP to Carrie Sliwinski (248) 370-3286 or at

The 2009 Woodcock Legacy Seminar event is presented by the Center for Integrated Business Research and Education at Oakland University's School of Business Administration.

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February 05, 2009

UMMA T-Shirt Design Competition

Help celebrate the grand re-opening of the University of Michigan Museum of Art with a wearable, creative design.

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January 28, 2009

Greater-Detroit Area North American Shandong Association, Dongbei Association, Henan Association Lantern Festival Gala

Click on image to see announcement in Chinese.

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January 21, 2009

Student-organized culture show, 01/30/09

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October 13, 2008

Yiching Wu

Michigan China Fellows (MCF) presents
Modern China Politics and Society Series:
Cultural Revolution and Contemporary China

Yiching Wu, Assistant Professor, Anthropology and History, U-M

5:00PM-7:30PM, Wednesday, Oct. 15th
School of Education (610 East University Ave), 1322, Tribute Room
(Working Language is Chinese and pizza will be provided.)

• How do we understand the Cultural Revolution TODAY?
• What was the Cultural Revolution? When was it? And whose Cultural Revolution?

The Cultural Revolution, arguably one of the most important events in twentieth century Chinese history, has been the subject of numerous controversies and debates. In this talk Professor Wu will begin with questioning the conventional wisdom about the Cultural Revolution, and proceed to raising new questions regarding the nature, process, and historical significance of this immensely important event. He will argue that such apparently innocent questions have in fact no self-evident answers and conclude the talk with mapping the revival of interests in the Cultural Revolution in contemporary Chinese intellectual and political discussions.

Yiching Wu is an assistant Professor in Anthropology and History at UM. He received his PhD of anthropology from the University of Chicago in 2007. His dissertation received the Daniel F. Nugent Dissertation Prize in Historical Anthropology in 2008. Prof. Wu specializes in contemporary Chinese politics and culture. Among his interests are popular social movements, class formation and consciousness, socialism and post-socialist transitions, and politics of hegemony and counter-hegemony.

MCF ( is a non-political group established to offer a common platform for its members to share scholarly pursuits, build personal connections, and communicate ideas on current affairs. Placing a significant emphasis on Chinese society, culture and history, MCF cherishes the idea of nurturing friendship, learning, and growth.

The Modern China Politics and Society series is sponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies.

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October 10, 2008

Trial of two digital databases

Adam Matthews Digital (, a British company providing research and teaching resources, has offered us a 30-day trial of two major English-language digital collections focusing on China and Japan.

America, Asia, and the Pacific: the Edward Sylvester Morse Collection

China: Trade, Politics & Culture, 1793-1980.

The trial will expire on Nov. 9. During the period both collections can be accessed from any IP addresses on U-M campus.

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September 23, 2008

1st CCS China Interdisciplinary Workshop

Date: Thursday, Sept. 25,
Time: 6-8 pm,
Place: MLB, 2nd floor: Language Resource Center.

Dinner will be served. Please RSVP by emailing either
Ena Schlorff:
OR David Rolston:

Yang Jidong, the new director of the Asian Library, will introduce some of the electronic resources for Chinese studies and answer questions.

The event is open to all who work in Chinese studies, students and faculty alike.

The Language Resource Center has the most computers for us to use and they will allow us to have dinner in the room.

Please remember to RSVP.

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September 19, 2008

MI China Fellows Welcome Back BBQ!

The 2008 Michigan China Fellows is a non-political and academic group established to offer a common platform for its members to share scholarly pursuits, build personal connections, and communicate ideas on current affairs.

When: Saturday, Sept. 20 at 11:30 am

Where: Island Drive Park


Sign-up Sheet:
Please sign up on the following link so we can be prepared:

Cost: $0.00 (But: you are very welcome to bring food or drinks!)

If you can provide
need a pick-up: please, also, let us know.

Thank you very much. We hope to see you.
2007-2008 MCF Committee

Yan Long
PhD student
Women's Studies & Sociology

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September 18, 2008

MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship Program

The program is based on the premise that a great idea is not enough. The ability to transform an idea into a successful business requires a foundation of business knowledge that supports the acquisition and application of entrepreneurial skills.

I am pleased to announce a new program intended to complement existing resources at the University of Michigan that operate at the intersection of breakthrough ideas and commercialization.

The program, offered by the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and its Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, is called MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship. The program is based on the premise that a great idea is not enough. The ability to transform an idea into a successful business requires a foundation of business knowledge that supports the acquisition and application of entrepreneurial skills.

MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship will be open to faculty members (either instructional or research), graduate students, Health System residents and interns, and anyone who holds a fellowship or other postdoctoral position at the University of Michigan (but outside the Ross School of Business).

We’ve designed the content for people who can envision themselves developing an idea or starting a company at some point in the future. Some participants may have a general interest in entrepreneurship and in building a foundation of business knowledge. Others may be poised to start a company or to commercialize a specific idea or piece of intellectual property.

There are two components to the Ross MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship Program. The first component covers concepts, frameworks, and tools from key first-year MBA core courses such as accounting, finance, and marketing. The second component focuses on what it takes to develop and launch a business. The topics in entrepreneurship include idea generation and protection, commercialization, feasibility analysis, competitive landscape, business planning, finding the right people, and how to fund a new venture.

The program will be offered during Winter 2009 on Fridays and Saturdays (8:30am – 4:30pm) for seven weeks starting in January. In addition to classes, several informal “social hour? talks by entrepreneurs will be scheduled on Fridays following class.

We plan to offer this program at a frequency reflecting the demand for it. In the longer term, the program fee will be in the range of $4,000-$5,000. Some financial support is likely to be available. However, given the short time until the inaugural session beginning in January 2009, full financial support will be provided for those accepted into the initial offering only. As there are a limited number of spots in the program (approximately 50), we will be encouraging people to apply as soon as possible. An Information Session will be held on October 8 (details below). Applications to the program will be due by 5:00 p.m. on October 17, and we expect to notify applicants about both their admission and financial support by November 5.

MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship is an exciting addition to the University’s robust commitment to bring creative ideas into the marketplace in the State of Michigan and beyond. I hope you will bring this program to the attention of those people in your schools to whom you think it might appeal. More information is available at

Information Session
Date: Wednesday, October 8th
Time: 4:30-5:30 pm
Location: E0530 – Ross School of Business (Executive Residence building)

If you have questions about the program or the information session, please contact Susan Slavin at or 734.763.2376.


Valerie Suslow

Valerie Y. Suslow
Associate Dean for Degree Programs
Professor, Business Economics & Public Policy
Ross School of Business
University of Michigan
701 Tappan Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
Tel: 734-763-4510 Fax: 734-763-0671

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September 16, 2008

"What Should People Know About China" Speakers Wanted, Honorarium Available

Following the success of the CCS photo exhibit, consider spending an hour sharing experiences of China with regional high schools. An honorarium of $100 is available for individual speakers (includes travel).

The proposed panel would be scheduled in Plymouth/Canton for 2:30pm on any date that is convenient for speakers in October (TBD—flexible, based on availability). Teachers are looking for scholars, students or travelers who have lived in China to help students understand something about its history, culture, and present day issues. Contact Carol Stepanchuk, Outreach Coordinator at the Center for Chinese Studies for more information or call 936-3961.

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September 12, 2008

Applying to Law School: Q and A for Graduate and Non-traditional Students

Considering law school? Plan to attend…

Applying to Law School:
Q and A for Graduate and Non-traditional Students
Monday, September 22
12:00-1:00 p.m.
The Career Center
3200 Student Activities Building

Maximize your chances for success by familiarizing yourself with the mechanics and timelines of the law school application process. Gather tips on how to avoid common mistakes made by career changers, and learn about the resources offered by The Career Center to support you through your application efforts.

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