1. TEDxUofM 2012 Transform Inform


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    Production by: Shannon Kohlitz - Directing Jacques Mersereau - Camera Jeff Alder - Lights Rishi Daftuar & Carlos Garcia- Music Shannon Kohlitz - Post-production Big thanks and acknowledgment for volunteering time, effort and talent: Performances by: (in order of appearance) Tamara Walters, Steve Rush, Ellie Schmitt, Shannon Kohlitz, TJ Madigan, Ben Mason, Alex O'Dell, Paul Manganello, Jim Manganello, LO5, Rachel Adamo, Lexi Scott, Krista Valdmanis, Mallory Loeffier, Jeremy Klaben, Kenya Sutton, Jade Zuberi, Gehrik Mohr, Gavrila Abramson, Ophra Shiffeldrim, Andrew Hainen Thanks to: The entire staff of the Duderstadt Media Center The University of Michigan Dance Team TEDxUoM 2012 TEDxUofM 2012 took place at The Power Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

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    • Peter & Cole


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      Peter Gibson and Cole Taylor tear up the Burg. Feat Garrett Schuler and Utah Taylor. Canon 60D/ Canon FD 24mm1.4

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      • Veggie Gardening 101-Session Six: Gardening Activities


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        Are you concerned about the safety of the food you eat? Would you like to learn how to grow food successfully? Veggies 101 is a one day workshop that will help you get started, or provide a refresher course.

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        • Craig A. Combs at Plymouth Coffee Bean Co. 03/26/12


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          Author & Poet Craig A. Combs reads live from his newly published book at the Plymouth Coffee Bean Company's Monday Night Open Mic in downtown Plymouth, Michigan, on March 26th, 2012. Set list includes the following pieces: 1. "Weaving" 2. "Moving in Place" 3. "A Most Sacred Affair" 4. "Stumbling over Springtime's Boughs" Make plans to come see Craig at a Free Solo Author Event at Nicola's Books in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Monday, April 16th, 2012 from 7-8:30 pm. Check out his website at blackrosetea.com for more details or email him at craigacombs[at]me[dot]com. Video credit: Alex White (Thanks, Alex!) Run time: 9:11 (approx.)

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          • John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture: Benedetta Tagliabue, Miralles/Tagliabue - EMBT


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            Benedetta Tagliabue was born in Milan and graduated from the University of Venice in 1989. In 1991 she joined Enric Miralles’ studio where she eventually became a partner. Her work with Miralles, whom she married, includes a number of high profile buildings and projects in Barcelona: Parque Diagonal Mar (1997-2002), Head Office Gas Natural (1999-2006) and the Market and quarter Santa Caterina (1996-2005), as well as projects across Europe, including the School of Music in Hamburg (1997-2000) and the City Hall in Utrecht (1996-2000). In 1998, the partnership won the competition to design the new Scottish Parliament building and despite Miralles’ premature death in 2000, Tagliabue took leadership of the team as joint project director and the Parliament was successfully completed in 2004, winning several awards. More recently, she won the competition for the new design of Hafencity Harbor in Hamburg, Germany, for a subway train station in Naples and for the Arcelor pavilion in Luxembourg among others. Today under the direction of Benedetta Tagliabue the Miralles-Tagliabue-EMBT studio works with architectural projects, open spaces, urbanism, rehabilitation and exhibitions, trying to conserve the spirit of the Spanish and Italian artisan architectural studio tradition which aim is not specialization. Their architectural philosophy is dedicating special attention to context. She received the Honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Napier University (2004), The RIBA Stirling Prize 2005, the Centenary Medal from Edinburgh Architectural Association and the 2005 Spanish National Architecture Prize ‘Manuel de la Dehesa’, for the Scottish Parliament building. This lecture has been selected as the 2012 John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture. This memorial lecture was established to recognize John Dinkeloo's extraordinary contributions to architecture, to honor his distinguished professional work and to pay tribute to this highly respected alumnus of the Architecture Program at the University of Michigan.

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            • Jon Falk – Spotlight Project


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              As the last person on the staff of the Michigan Football Team who was hired by Bo, Jon Falk shares his stories from 37 years as the program's Equipment Manager.

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              • Exploring Forensic Science


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                Central Michigan University teacher education students who are part of CMU’s Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) Center recently hosted a workshop “Mystery Festival” in which CMU students and teachers worked to solve a crime mystery. The Central Michigan GEMS Education Center is dedicated to the improvement of math, science, technology, and environmental education teaching and learning K-16, and to the associated generation and communication of knowledge about science, math, technology, and environmental education teaching and learning.

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                • Kaleidoscope Episode 2: East Coast Swing


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                  March 9, 2012 Guests: James Czerew and Grace Eastman Host: Steven Jones Directed By: Kyle Brooky

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                  • Calder Ballet for GR Art Museum


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                    • Borgess- Ride of Your Life


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