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Catherine St. parking structure under construction

July 7, 2016

Please be advised that a project to complete critical and extensive concrete repairs in the Catherine St. parking structure is underway and scheduled to be completed by mid-September. Work will be phased as follows, with closures of up to 65 spaces at a time: Phase I: Over the grounds maintenance room. This includes closure of all parking spaces on the south ramp, levels 1 and 2; Blue access from the Ann St. parking structure will be removed; alternative Gold parking spaces will be located on level 3 in the Catherine structure, Ann St. structure and Glen Ave. structure. Phase II: North…

Get ready: Weblogin page to get a makeover

July 7, 2016

Please be advised that the Weblogin page you use to log into many of the U-M websites -- including Wolverine Access and the MCommunity Directory -- will get an updated look…

Transitions Studio offers personal training

July 7, 2016

Are you or your patients looking to get into an exercise routine?The U-M Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) provides one-on-one personal training sessions that promote health and fitness for both our patients and the general public. We offer personal training sessions performed by degreed and certified professionals to assist participants in achieving improved body composition and weight control, decreasing stress and depression and increasing muscle strength and endurance. The sessions are also aimed at improving cardiovascular fitness, reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and osteoporosis, lowering blood pressure, developing healthier bones, muscles and joints and improving flexibility,…

Buy fresh produce through a local CSA

July 6, 2016

Summer is the perfect time to create healthy, fresh eating habits! The university is working with local farms to offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs on or near campus. Get fresh, straight-from-the-farm produce by purchasing a “share” in a local farm, then pick up your fresh produce each week. A “share” typically consists of a box or basket of farm-fresh seasonal vegetables. Participating farms: Prochaska Farm  Pick up dates: Every Thursday, July 7–Sept. 29, 3–6 p.m. Pick up location: Green Rd. parking lot, outside the Printing Services Building Full and half shares available. Tantre Farm Pick up dates: Every Wednesday,…

July Healthy Eating Tip: Beat The Summer Slump

July 6, 2016

Did you know that summer is the time of year that kids tend to gain the most weight? While children are supposed to grow all year, sometimes they gain too much weight while they are out of school. This increased weight gain is often brought on by what is known as the “summer slump.” Learn about how to beat the summer slump by checking out the July Healthy Eating Tip of the Month bulletin board in the UH cafeteria. You will learn what leads to the summer slump as well as tips on how you can keep your child happy and…

Update: Observatory Street Construction Project enters Phase 2

July 5, 2016

Please be advised that construction on Observatory St. is set to enter its second phase, beginning Wednesday. Be sure to plan ahead and expect delays. Also remember to remind patients and…

New Microsoft Office Suite 2016 Coming Soon!

July 5, 2016

Please be aware that MCIT will be installing the new version of Microsoft Office 2016 on all CoreImage devices through a phased implementation. The suite will include the following applications: Word…

Plan ahead and expect delays: Upcoming street closures and special events

July 1, 2016

Heading into the holiday weekend, please be advised that special events are set to take place in Ann Arbor that will result in road closures. If you are scheduled to work or plan on spending time downtown, be sure to plan ahead and expect delays. Monday, July 4 Due to the Ann Arbor Jaycees 4th of July parade, the following road will be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Maynard from East Liberty to East Jefferson The following roads will be closed from 10 a.m. to noon: South State St. from South University to East Washington East Liberty from…

Workshop: Developing the Educator’s Portfolio

July 1, 2016

Preparing the documents needed for promotion takes time and attention to detail. One of the critical items needed in the presentation of one’s materials is the Educator's Portfolio. Despite the importance of this document, many faculty still find it difficult to pull together a successful package. This workshop is designed for late-stage junior faculty and early mid-career faculty who are interested in the promotional trajectory from the assistant to associate to the full professor designation. Those who participate will enjoy the opportunity to learn some of the best approaches to putting together a teaching portfolio and discuss the promotion process. The…