cultural & social
Cost: $26/person including transportation and group discounted ticket for the Auto Show. NO REFUNDS. Students, scholars, friends, and families are welcome. Same price for all, regardless of age (including infants). Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Description: Do you have great photos from your experiences at U-M, the state of Michigan, or another country? The International Center invites U-M international and U.S. students, scholars, faculty, staff, and dependents to participate in our 2017 Photo Contest! Submit your photos and see if the judges pick you as a winner to be displayed in the 2017 Global Photo Showcase! Winning photos will be used for the International Center’s website, social media, digital signage, or future event promotion material.
Description: Everyone has a story worth telling. Join members of the international community for a delicious meal and a chance to share your story and hear about the lives of others at dinner. If you'd like to walk to the restaurant with the group, we will be meeting outside the International Center (Student Activities Building) on Jefferson Street at 5:30pm.
Description: The week of November 6th is Veterans Week at U-M. This year the Veterans and Military Services Program is again hosting a wide range of events that educate and celebrate the experiences and sacrifice of those who served in the United States military. All events are free and you are welcome to attend.
What is MEAL @ Michigan?
MEAL @ Michigan is an opportunity for U-M faculty and staff to host international students at their home for dinner. In 2020-2021, due to COVID-19 safety measures, MEAL @ Michigan will be moving virtual! While hosts do not need to provide dinner this year, we still think this program is a great opportunity for cross-cultural exchange between international students and faculty/staff.
For questions regarding MEAL @ Michigan, contact Kelly Wagner at email@example.com.
Location: Munger Graduate Residences, Multipurpose Room (G120)
Description: American football is popular amongst sports fans in the United States. The University of Michigan is home to Michigan Stadium, nicknamed “The Big House.” Many college students like to spend Saturdays watching college football, and attending on-campus sporting events is one way to show school spirit.
Location: North Campus Recreation Building (NCRB), Main Gym, Court 1
Description: International Coffee Hour is a great place for international and U.S. students, scholars, faculty, staff and partners to socialize with each other and meet new people from around the world!