12C - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2004
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The University of Michigan Ninth Annual
ENE RGY FEST
Promoting energy conservation, renewable
energy, and a sustainable environment
Tuesday, September 21
Central Campus Diag:
11:00 to 2:00
Live Music from 12-1
Thursday, September 23
North Campus Portico Plaza:
11:00 to 2:00
Exhibits! Door Prizes!
Sponsored by Utilities &
Plant Engineering, Energy
Management Section and
the Center for Sustainable
Center for Sustainable Systems
We offer courses suited to Geology
majors and non-majors in one of
the most picturesque locations in
North America. On the Hoback River
about 20 miles south of Jackson,
Wyoming, Camp Davis is situated
between the Grand Tetons to the
north, the Gros Ventre Range to the
east and the Basin and Range
Province to the west. This location
provides an unmatched introduction
to the effects of alpine glaciation,
landslides, erosion, and a host of
other geological phenomena.
For details, contact:
Department of Geological Sciences
2534 C. C. Little Science Building,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Please join Dr. Ellen Zimmermann, Associate Professor of Gastroenterology, U of M,
for an informal discussion of topics including:
The 180 student group meets monthly and allows students with 180 to interact
with other IBD students and to establish contacts with U of M doctors and scientists.
We hope you can make our next meting in September!
Exact date and time TBA.
Please call or e-mail for more infermation
Y E A RBO O K
Don't Forget to
Schedule Your Senior Portrait...
...You won't be just another face in the
Make Appointments at:
user name: umich
~ password: 0049
call 1-800-969-1338, extension
Appointments start Monday, September
13th, 2004 ~ scheduling available now