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Wellness Journals for Wolverines

By Taylor Burnham Mental health and wellbeing are essential for college students; living in a healthyheadspace allows us to work effectively and properly balance our multiple responsibilities. Onecommon outlet used to monitor and assess one’s mental health is wellness journaling. Journalingutilizes writing and creativity to document our thoughts and emotions, enabling us to becomemore self-aware […]

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General Intelligences Fall Implementation Update

For our summer research, we seeked more information surrounding studies on education during COVID in addition to receiving direct input from students about their learning experiences online. The data we collected was descriptive— we were able derive meaning from the students’ input on various matters like academics, mental health, and how the pandemic has affected

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International Deaf & Hearing Alliance’s Alternative Spring Break Program in Queretaro, Mexico

During spring break, the International Deaf & Hearing Alliance worked with CAM Helen Keller, a primary and secondary school for deaf and disabled students. Each IDHA member was placed in a different classroom, ranging from preschool to high school, to provide additional support to the incredible educators and staff at the school. In preparation for

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Alternate Reality Initiative (ARI)

“The Alternate Reality Initiative (ARI) is the first student organization at the University of Michigan centered around virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (XR) technology. After seeing a lack of hardware access and learning opportunities, we created ARI to provide opportunities for students to explore, learn, build, and connect with XR technology. Through weekly meetings, ARI

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Constellation: A Culture Show

On November 9th, the Global Scholar Program’s Advisory Council hosted “Constellation: A Culture Show” with help from the BLI Small Grant. As a part of the event, individuals from the community performed cultural dances, sang, played instruments, gave cultural presentations, and performed comedy routines. In addition to performance-based representations of different cultures, we also displayed

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