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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

BLI Habit Workshop:
Build a Team

WHAT: David Korus, founder of
Owenoke Capital Management,
will lead a workshop on
effective team building.

WHO: Barger Leadership
Institute

WHEN: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

WHERE: Ruthven Museums
Building, Room 2009

Prison Creative Arts
Project Art Auction

WHAT: This auction is open to
the community, all proceeds will
go to support PCAP’s 22nd Annual
Exhibition of Art by Michigan
Prisoners.

WHO: The Prison Creative Arts
Project

WHEN: 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Michigan League,
Hussey Room

Detroiters Speak:
Introduction

WHAT: The opening session
of this semester’s Detroiters
Speak series. There will be an
introduction to the collaberative
teaching team and dicussion on
the purpose of education.

WHO: Semester in Detroit

WHEN: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

WHERE: Cass Corridor
Commons, Detroit, Mich.

Slavic Studies Graduate
Colloquium: Ukraine

WHAT: Slavic Studies graduate
student Grace Mahoney will
present her research on modern
Ukrainian poet Iryna Starovoit

WHO: Slavic Languages and
Literature

WHEN: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Modern Languages
Building, Room 3308

Mental Health Career
Options

WHAT: Dr. Ashley Gearhardt
will field questions on pursuing
a career in the mental health
field, specifically discussing the
benefits of graduates degrees.
WHO: Department of Psychology

WHEN: 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

WHERE: East Hall, Room 4448

“What You Want Is Not
What You Need”

WHAT: Jonathan Barnbrook
will give a talk as part of the
Penny Stamps Speaker series.
Barnbook is known for his
collaberations with David Bowie

WHO: School of Arts & Design

WHEN: 5:10 p.m.

WHERE: The Michigan Theater

The Black Male Athlete

WHAT: The 3rd Annual W.M.
Trotter Lecture will focus on the
narratives of Black Male Athletes.
The keynote speaker will be Ray
Jackson, a member of the Fab
Five.

WHO: Trotter Multicultural
Center
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

WHERE: Ross School of Business

Law & Economics:
The Effect of Police
Slowdowns

WHAT: UC Davis Prof. Andrea
Chandrasekher will present her
article on the 1997 New York
City Police Department work
slowdown.

WHO: Law & Economics

WHEN: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

WHERE: South Hall, Room 1020

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Jalen Rose, one of

the members of the Fab

Five who brought the

University of Michigan

men’s basketball team to

the 1992 and 1993 NCAA

championship games, is

heading to prime time.

Written and produced

by Nahnatchka Khan of

“Fresh Off the Boat,”

ABC’s newest show,

“Jalen vs. Everybody,”

will star Rose in a semi-

autobiographical comedy.

The show centers

around Rose after his

career in the NBA, as well

as his current life as a

sports broadcaster and a

single dad.

Since ABC already

owns the rights to the

NBA Finals, “Jalen vs.

Everybody” will be a

natural fit in the network’s

lineup.

After bringing the

University’s basketball

team into the national

spotlight along with

Jimmy King, Chris

Webber, Ray Jackson and

Juwan Howard, Rose

played for multiple teams

in the NBA. In 2007, he

started working as an

analyst for ESPN, and

in 2012 he took a job as

one of the hosts for NBA

Countdown.

The roles of Rose’s

mother and grandmother

have also been cast in the

show.

ABC did not yet release

information on when the

show will premiere, but it

will definitely be included

in ABC’s new cycle, along

with 10 other slated pilots.

- MATT HARMON

ON THE DAILY: FAB FIVE GOES LIVE

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Ann Arbor Fire Department firetrucks park outside the Chemistry building on Wednesday morning in
response to a lab fire.

FIRE IN THE L AB

Tuesday night, Todd Sevig,

director of University of Michigan
Counseling
and
Psychological

Services, gave Central Student
Government an oversight of the
organization’s current plans to
expand mental health services
unique to the differing majors on
campus.

“It’s crucial that I … as director

of CAPS — we, as CAPS — are here,
engaging, listening, answering
questions,” he said. “In the last
approximately 15 years, we’ve
almost doubled in size. We are
starting a national search for new
positions. We have been newly
funded, if you will, for six new
positions in CAPS.”

Sevig
emphasized
the

importance of faculty and students
working
together,
and
how

CAPS is currently expanding and
adopting new positions this year.

“When I think of how change

happens in the University, I’m 99
percent convinced that sustainable
change, lasting change, happens
in student, faculty, staff (and)
administrators
all
working

together,” Sevig said. “We are
your counseling center. We do not
exist for me; we do not exist for
the staff … We are not a private
counseling center; we are a student
counselling center. Whatever we
do needs to be grounded in what
you all think is helpful, actually
works, actually helps you, and not
really what we think.”

Sevig also described a new

program being implemented at the
University, modeled after similar
programs at other campuses.
The program involves assigning
a model to each school of the
University, in order to understand
the unique situations in each field

or major.

“Northwestern
and
the

University
of
Iowa
were

experimenting, piloting having
one
of
their
staff
members

devoting part of their time to one
school or college,” Sevig said. “The
staff member was physically in
that college, and would provide
services to only those students
and would be able to consult with
faculty and staff. I took that idea,
transferred it to us, and people
liked it.”

Sevig said CAPS started

with this process on North
Campus
with
full-time

counselors in the College of
Engineering, the School of
Music, Theatre & Dance and
the School of Art & Design. It
also implemented a step that
involved four more specialized
counselors in the School of
Dentistry, the Ross School of
Business, the Law School and

Rackham Graduate School.
Sevig and his team met with
the deans of every school and
highlighted the differences
in experiences and sources
of anxiety for students in
different schools, such as
the College of Engineering
and Music, Theatre & Dance
School.

There are currently plans

in progress to expand the
embedded model and add
more
counselors
to
the

program, as well as increase
the number of positions in
Central Campus CAPS.

School of Art and Design

Representative Abigail Zrike
said that though she liked
the embedded model and
that she’s definitely seen it’s
effect on campus, she thinks
that
additional
funding

could also go towards other
measures, such as making it
more convenient to schedule
an appointment at CAPS.

Central Student Government hears
from CAPS director about resources

Todd Sevig explains action being taken to expand services across North Campus

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