This week in Shapiro: Feb. 22-28, 2016

Lattice wall in Shapiro Lobby with Audubon bird in background and text on a dark digital screen that says,

Digital Screens Display

Black History Month Exhibit - #WeAreNow: Black Student Organizations Promoting Change
Monday, 2/22 -  Monday, 2/28
Please stop by this week to see the digital exhibit on the Shapiro Lobby Screens, which was created by the U-M Library's Peer Information Counseling Program student team. The exhibit shares the missions of the U-M Black Student Organizations that support student achievement, altruism, and the development of professional skills.

Special thanks to Alex Rivera, Jasmine Pawlicki, and the PIC Students (Janay Brandon, Alyssa Erebor, Ebere Ogbuaku, Chris Ransburg, Leenah Shah, and Michelle Sheng) for developing this exhibit! 

Black History Month Event
Wednesday, 2/24
The PIC students will host a Black History Month informational event for students in Bert's Study Lounge. There will be light refreshments and button-making.


Student Org Information Tables

Panhellenic Association
Tuesday, 2/23, 11am - 3pm
The Panhellenic Association will be on hand to publicize an upcoming philanthropy event sponsored by Delta Sigma Theta, which provides support through established programs to small communities internationally.
(Tickets will not be sold at this info table.)

Dream Corps International
Tuesday, 2/23, 4pm - 8pm and Thursday, 2/25, 4pm - 8pm
Dream Corps International, a student org dedicated to promoting literacy to underprivileged youth in Rural China, will be promoting an upcoming event
(Tickets will not be sold at this info table.)

Active Minds at U-M: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
Wednesday, 2/24, 10am - 1pm
Active Minds, a peer Mental Health Awareness student org, will be promoting their events for this week, handing out resources and information to students, and engaging students about eating disorders and mental health issues.

Wednesday, 2/24, 1pm - 5pm
U-M's TEDx students are back to promote and encourage students to register for the 2016 U-M TED Talks.