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Contact: Jennifer Wegner

Student Affairs Assistant Director and Adjunct Lecturer of Undergraduate Education

Michigan Engineering

Student Affairs

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Members of the Living Arts Community perform in an impromptu jam at the end of an open mic at the Blue Apple study lounge at Bursley Hall on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI on December 6, 2012.Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing

Academic pursuits can be deeply enriched by participation in a wide array of activities and innovative programs. Likewise, discovering a balance between mental and physical health is key to sustaining overall wellness, and the University offers a variety of facilities designed to help you thrive.

Incoming Students

University undergraduate students climb the "Summaries of Arthmetic Through Dust, Including Writing Not Yet Printed" sculpture by Alice Aycock and a gift of the Engineering Class of 1933 on North Campus on September 23, 2012.Photo: Joseph Xu, CoE Communications & Marketing

Getting Involved

Pedro Espinosa and Joseph Pek, CoE Undergraduate Students, discuss construction of the outer frame of their remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROV) to hold the engine component during a lab section of Engineering 100: Underwater Vehicle Design in the Gorguze Family Laboratory on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI on March 13, 2013.Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing

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Name: Shawn CooperUniqname: spcoopMajor: CoE First-Year UndergradPhoto: Joseph Xu, CoE Communications & Marketing

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What's For Dinner?

5/3/2013

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Students on North Campus at the University of Michigan were asked about what they eat for dinner and what they think is important about the meal.

Students on North Campus at the University of Michigan were asked about what they eat for dinner and what they think is important about the meal.

Town & Campus

University of Michigan students, staff, and faculty attend Blockbuster at the Belltower featuring the movie Hunger Games, with food provided by the Center for Campus Involvement - University of Michigan and the Society of Women Engineers, at the Lurie Belltower on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI on September 6, 2012.Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications Marketing