Michael Spath (SM '02) hosts WTKA's "Inside The Huddle," and is seeking an intern (or two) for the fall semester to answer phone calls, research segments, coordinate guest appearances, promote ITH on social media, and maybe even speak on-air! Must be available 10am-12noon, Monday-Friday. Michael can also talk with you about the role of sports media, or just football. RSVP at bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, room 106 (lower level).
Are you a current U-M student that is interested in transferring to the School of Kinesiology? Attend one of our information sessions to find out more and your next steps to applying. Location: OUSA offices, 555 S. Forest (lower level)
Learn more about the exciting new field of Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM)! Meet program faculty and current students, and learn about academic requirements and undergraduate opportunities to assist in U-M Hospital ORs. All majors welcome! Location: OUSA Office, 555 S. Forest, garden (lower) level.
Are you a current U-M student that is interested in transferring to the School of Kinesiology? Attend one of our information session to find out more and your next steps to applying. Location: OUSA offices, 555 S. Forest, lower level.
EMU Sports Nutrition, managed by Allison Mankowski (MVS '07), is looking for interns! Learn internship details and requirements at this info session. You may also ask Allison about the sports nutrition field. RSVP at bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, rm 105 (large student space)
Are you a current U-M student that is interested in transferring to the School of Kinesiology? Attend one of our information sessions to find out more, and your next steps to applying. Location: OUSA offices, 555 S. Forest, lower level.
Join the Michigan Sports Analytics Society for a Hackathon on Sunday, 10/1! Work in teams of 2-4 people to generate and present interesting visualization and analysis approaches to challenges posed by U-M Athletics. Register at myumi.ch/65N2V. Location: North Quad Room 2435.
The MSBC draws sport business professionals from across the U.S. to participate in panels and keynotes. Every year students from Ross and Kines plan the conference, to great success. For more information and to register, visit http://umsbc.com. Location: Ross School of Business.
Traveling Innovation Hours are informal discussions in which participants discuss a topic or open question related to teaching and learning in higher education that is particularly relevant to the host programs.This Traveling Innovation Hour will take place at Palmer Commons in the Great Lakes Room and will focus on teaching and learning priorities of U-M’s School of Kinesiology and School of Public Health. Melissa Gross (Kinesiology) and David Mendez (SPH) will facilitate a conversation on effective pedagogies for undergraduate programs in the health sciences.
The Katarina T. Borer Lectureship in Exercise Endocrinology & Metabolism presents “Exercise as a Regulator of Endocrine Dysfunction - Type 2 Diabetes” by John P. Kirwan, Ph.D. Reception to follow. Location: Chemistry Building, Room 1400.
Prospective students and their parents are invited to our next Prospective Student Day. Highlights include chances to meet and talk to faculty, current students, and alumni, as well as an information fair. Register at myumi.ch/6xgRE. Location: Biomedical Science Research Building.
What you share on your social media profiles can impact you in the future. Join alum Michael Melfi (SM ‘99) as he discusses what makes a good online presence and the importance of social media. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space.
Kinesiology students and their families are cordially invited to visit OUSA to meet faculty and staff, visit our Career Development Center, and hear about some of the research currently happening in our school. Location: OUSA Office, 555 S. Forest, Garden Level.
Chicagoland alumni and friends -- join us for our annual game watch! Kick back and watch our Wolverines take on the Golden Gophers. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/J9Pnx. Location: Rockit River North, 22 W. Hubbard, Chicago. (NOTE: TIME IS TBD)
The 2-Hour Job Search manual gives career seekers a systematic, tech-savvy formula to efficiently and effectively target potential employers. RSVP at bit.ly/ KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space.