1. Music to Medical Ears

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      Medical and nursing students learn a lot about teamwork from a string quartet.

    2. Mathematics of Life

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      A three-day workshop held by the College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Mathematics examined the role of dispersal in life and health sciences.

    3. Cooking with Chemistry

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      Students Take to the Lab to Discover the Science Behind Great Food

    4. Opera 2.0

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      With new technology and new subject matter but all the familiar drama, a 500-year-old art form is making its grand leap into the 21st century.

    5. Force of Nature

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      Course focuses on silver screen’s take on natural disasters.

    6. Thirst for Adventure

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      Nothing—not cold, fog, or flu—could dampen the excitement UM students felt on a six-week odyssey through China and Vietnam to study water resources…

    7. Seeing the Big Picture

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      Museum Studies class takes a hands-on approach to learning how to setup an exhibit and curate collections

    8. Beyond Bananas and Breadfruit

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      Engaging course on Caribbean culture raises awareness for transnational connections and challenges students to become critical viewers, consumers, and…

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    9. Caught Off Guard

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      Hands-on experiences at the Ibis Archeological Field School, an anthropology field study in Costa Rica, yield surprising and rewarding forensic results…

    10. South African Connection

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      Study abroad course exposes students to racial, historical, and economic issues as they travel to the Cradle of Humankind, the Cape of Good Hope, a fashion…

    11. Crunching Complexity

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      An interdisciplinary group at UM employs complexity science to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems, from armed conflict to economic instability.