Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 20, 1989
The University of Michigan Union February 20 to February 26,1989
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Honor Students Who Get Involved in the Community
The three awards described here are all for students who give of themselves to the
University and the community.Each nomination form is due this Friday, February 24;
nominate someone you know.
Honor Students Who Excel in Cocurricular Activities
Because many students, who are leaders in cocurricular activities throughout the campus and community, give generously of their knowledge,
time, energy and enthusiasm to projects ranging from student government to theater projects and from helping the homeless to educating their
These committed students rarely receive any kind of formal acknowledgement or compensation for their efforts. Therefore, it is our responsibility
as educators and our pleasure as members of the community they enrich, to reward them for their initiative and outstanding work.
Individual students and student orgarizations who have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities, shown initiative and made significant
contributions beyond the classroom to the University and community are eligible for the Student Recognition Awards.
Pick up a nomination form from the CIC desk or the SODC office in the Union, the North Campus Commons Snack Bar or the Comprehensive
Studies Program in 1018 Angell Hall.
The deadline for entries is February 24, 1989; return nominations to the Michigan Union Student Organization Development Center. If you need
more info or nomination forms, call Julie at SODC at 763-5900.
Honor Outstanding Seniors
The Senior Leader Brunch is a time to celebrate and recognize dedicated students for all the hard work, real-world learning, successes and
disappointments that go along with being actively involved on campus. It's the University's last chance to thank these departing students for their
commitment and enthusiasm.
The Brunch is by invitation only, and the invitations are given out based on the decision of the Selection Committee, which is made up of students,
faculty, staff, and alumni. The selection Committee decides based solely on the nomination forms you send in.
Thank a deserving senior you know. Nominate them (or yourself) for an invitation to the Senior Leader Brunch. Nomination forms are available at
the CIC desk in the Union, North Campus Commons, and the Student Alumni Council; they're due back by February 24.
The Brunch is April 21. It's sponsored by the Michigan Union- based Committee for the Graduation. If you have any questions, call Barbara at
Michigan Union Minority Student Services at 763-9044.
Honor Students and Faculty Active in Public Service
Know of a faculty member who's wonderful at teaching, research and/or public service? How about a student who is fabulous at scholarship,
leadership, and/or service? Could this be you?
Give hardworking students and faculty the credit they deserve, and nominate them (or you!) for an award given by the Michigan Association of
Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities.
This award is presented to distinguished faculty and students from each of the 15 public four-year institutions in Michigan. See? Somebody from
U=M will win, so it might as well be that person you're thinking of. Nominate away!
All you need to do is send his/her name and a brief description summarizing their accomplishments to Karen at the Michigan Union Student
Organization Development Center, 2202 Michigan Union. Nominations are due by February 24!
What Are You, Anyway?
Extoverted? Introverted? Sensing?
Thinking? Judging? Perceiving?
Find out at the Michigan Union Student
Organization Development Center's
minicourse on Leadership Styles. This
4-week class is designed for folks
involved in student organizations who
want to learn more about their own
leadership style, and to understand and
appreciate other styles. We'll use the
Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator personal-
ity test, and also talk about situational
The class is February 22 from 6:30-8:30
pm. Course fee is $10.00, and prereg-
istration is necessary. Register as you
would for any other minicourse by going
to the Michigan Union Ticket Office. For
more scoop, call Karen at the Michigan
Union Student Organization Develop-
ment Center, 763-5900, or come by
2202 Michigan Union.
This internship, for the Fal '89 term, is a
unique opportunity Jr leaders, activists,
and "org. psych." enthusiasts. It
involves assisting the Michigan Union
Student Organization Development
Center in consulting with student
organization members, strengthening
leadership skills, and putting on
educational programs for other student
There are 6 internships available.
The Internship will:
Strengthen your leadership skills
Help you gain career-related experience
Allow you to earn three credits
Pick up an internship application at the
Student Organization Development
Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan
Union, and turn it in by March 10. Call
763-5900 for more info.
For more info, call Karen at SODC at 763-5900.
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Virtuoso guitarist, songwriter, rocker, blues
Tuesday, February 21
7:30 and 10:00 pm at the Ark
Friday, Feb. 24th: Gamble Rogers, Owen
McBride, Stone Soup
Saturday, Feb. 25th: The Folktellers, Syd
Leiberman, Sheila Daley
Sunday,Feb. 26th: Heather Forest, Susan
Strauss, Craig Roney
8pm at the Ark
With some of the national acts from the
Festival (above). A delight for the youngsters
in the family.
Sunday February 26
1:00 and 3:00 pm at the Ark
With Olympic world Champions Scott
Hamilton, Debi Thomas, Rosalynn Sumners,
Friday, March 10
7:30 pm at Yost Arena
The University Club
The Club is where it's at!
Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm, Happy
Tuesday the 21st Club Night.
New Music and House with the
Wednesday the 22nd
Laughtrack, presented by UAC.
Thursday the 23rd Soundstage,
presented by UAC
Friday the 24th New Music Night
with DJ Thom Simonian
Saturday the 25th Reggae Night
with DJ Tom
The university Club is a private club for U-M
students, faculty, staff, alumni and their
invited guests. Only members of legal drink-
ing age may purchase alcohol.
Happy Birthday, A e and George
ou can buy a whole pie-apple, cherry or peach -for only 3 bucks and
help the Union celebrate the birthlays of two of our most illustrious
Abraham Lincoln and jcorge 'ashington may have had the chance to
be president, but'Ti-fE7 nevergot this good of a dealton a pie.
Pies wilbeforsafe in the 'UC[ub 'Dining Room, the North Campus
Commons Cafeteria, and the -'orth Ingafs Building 'Eateries and
Commons. Stop by any time this week, during the lunch hour (11:00am-
1:30 pm). 'The safe witfgo today (!Monday) through Friday the 24th.
Arts At Midday
Food for the Soul
Tired of all that repetitious junk you hear on the radio? Are you going to
scream if you hear "Stairway to Heaven" one more time? Wish there were
something NEW out there?
There is. You've never heard this before. We guarantee it.
This Thursday at 12:15, U-M Music School Composition Department doctoral
students will present selections from their OWN works. These people are
going to be famous.someday. Come hear their tremendous compositions.
Thursday, February 23 from 12:15-12:45 pm in the Pendleton Room at the
The free, informal, half-hour Arts at Midday series and other enriching
cultural programs are brought te you by Michigan Union Arts and Program-
ming. Skip lunch and see this. You won't need food for your stomach after
you hear this food for the soul.
The fourth annual "Perceptions and Expressions" show exhibits a
wide range of creativity from Black U-M students and alumni.
Featuring paintings, ceramics, pottery, prints, photography, and more,
the work, through portraits, abstracts, graphic design, and other
expressions provides a unique look into the Black experience at U-M.
"Perceptions and Expressions IV" runs through February 24 in the
Michigan Union Art Lounge, and is sponsored by, of course, Michigan
Union Arts and Programming. Come by for a treat you won't forget.
Visiting Woodworker Offers One More Special Workshop
This week, Lear n about Sharpening of Hand Tools at the Michigan Union's
Student Woodshop, located in the rear of the SAB. The class costs a mere
It will be taught by Andy Willemsen, who makes high-quality period
furniture and carved signs in Massachusetts when he isn't visiting Ann
Arbor. He has graciously consented to do some workshops in the Student
The class will be this Thursday, February 23, from 6-8pm.
With this weather, who knows when Andy will come back to Ann Arbor? So
take advantage of his expertise while you can.
For details and a full workshop schedule, call the Student Woodshop at
SAY NOTHING, ACT CASUAL
That's one of the messages on the Special U-M Spring Break T- Shirts
being offered this week by Michigan Union Arts and Programming. The
shirts, covered with 'quotes' from off the walls and sidewalks of the U-M
caimpus. re only $30n00.
PAUL NEWMAN WOULD BE PROUD
Hey. Yeah, you. The one born with the pool cue in your hand. Get over to the Michigan Union Billiards and Games Room Wednesday, February 22 at
7:30 pm to pit your skill and audacity against other skillful, audacious players.