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  1. Concrete Thinking: Expanding the Architecture Lens

    December 2, 2022

    Vyta Pivo, PhD, examines architecture not just as a building but as an urban issue. Pivo is a postdoctoral fellow with the Michigan Society of Fellows and an assistant professor of architecture in the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. In this episode of Michigan Minds, she describes her goal to reimagine how society …

  2. Visualizing Telematic Performances

    November 29, 2022

    Live music can be experienced in many different ways. Telematic music performance offers a unique way for musicians to play together in real-time while not being in the same physical location. Michael Gurevich, PhD Associate Professor Of Performing Arts Technology, joined Michigan Minds to discuss his Arts Initiative-funded project Visualizing Telematic Performance, some of the …

  3. Veterans Day and the U-M Army ROTC

    November 10, 2022

    The University of Michigan Army ROTC program trains students to become second lieutenants in the US military. U-M ROTC Lieutenant Colonel Tom Church and Master Sergeant Tom Hance joined Michigan Minds to talk about ROTC and the cadet experience, and also to discuss what Veterans Day means to them and how the campus community can …

  4. Advancing Equitable Access to Nature Spaces

    November 3, 2022

    By Erica Colaianne On any given day, especially when the weather is pleasant, the nature trails at Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor are bustling with those seeking the calming effects of being outdoors. Spending time outside has been proven to promote overall well-being — and U-M medical and graduate student Kiley …