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We enjoy being involved in the APIA and Umich Community.

The University of Michigan official home page.

TEDxUofM is an independently organized TED event for the UMich community. It showcases videos and speakers presenting world-changing ideas with the intention of spurring discussion and connection. The live speakers or videos cover a range of topics from entertainment to science to art. Speakers from the 2015 TEDxUofM included talks about healthcare, urban planning, social media, and addiction therapy. The next TEDxUofM conference will be held on April 1, 2016. Applications to attend will become available in early 2016. For more information and to watch talk from previous years, please visit: .

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Who We Are
The Vietnamese Student Association is an student organization at the University of Michigan. We promote the awareness of Vietnamese culture through various organized events, such as our annual Dem Vietnam culture show, and monthly mass meetings filled with fun and innovative activities that try to get members to be excited about learning Vietnamese Culture. We enjoy being involved in the APIA and Umich Community. VSA is more than a student organization, we are a family.

A directory of resources for developers to build a better UMich community through software.
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The #umich community, including these AOSS students, gathered to watch the transit of Venus on top of Angell Hall

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as the “unofficial mascot” of the University of Michigan, squirrels have received celebrity status within the Ann Arbor and UMich community.

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