1. 2011 Couzens Hall Reopening Ceremony

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    Clips from the Grand Opening Ceremony for the newly renovated Couzens Hall at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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    • Crash

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      A dramatization of a childhood memory I had when I went sledding at the famous Vet's Park hill. Created for SAC 301 Winter 2011

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      • Crossing Currents (2013) by Simon Alexander-Adams

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        Interactive sound installation for Interactive Media Design II in the Department of Performing Arts Technology at University of Michigan.

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        • Dance Marathon 2011

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          Relive the closing moments of Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan 2011.

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          • Dance On, Detroit

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            Kinetic interpretation of Detroit's progress. A screendance performed by Ambika Raina in the City of Detroit. Music: Shlohmo - The Way U Do & Gil-Scott Heron - We Almost Lost Detroit

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            • Dan Wood, WORKac; Princeton University School of Architecture

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              WORKac is a New York City-based firm developing architectural and urban planning projects that engage issues of culture and consciousness, nature and artifice, surrealism and pragmatism. Recent projects include the winning competition entry for a new cultural center on New Holland Island in Saint Petersburg, Russia, a museum extension for the Blaffer Museum, Houston, a branch library for Kew Gardens Hills in Queens, and the first Edible Schoolyard New York City with chef Alice Waters. WORKac’s entry for the redesign of Hua Qiang Bei Road, was recently awarded first place in the international competition for the redesign of Shenzhen’s busiest shopping street. In 2010, WORKac was the recipient of a New York Design Commission award and nominated for the Chernikhov Prize. In 2009, WORKac was honored at the White House as Finalist for a National Design Award and in 2008, the firm was selected for the Architectural League’s Emerging Voices series and identified by Icon Magazine as one of the 25 most-influential new architecture firms in the world, winning several AIA Merit Awards, three “Best of 2008” awards, and a MASterwork Award from the Municipal Arts Society. The practice is supplemented by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood’s academic involvement and research, focusing on the relationship between ecology and urbanism. This research is the subject of their book ’49 Cities’, published in 2009 by the Storefront for Art and Architecture. Dan Wood, AIA, LEED, received his BA at the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters degree from Columbia University. Wood is an Adjunct Professor at Princeton University’s School of Architecture. He has taught at the TU Delft, the Cooper Union, Columbia University, Ohio State University and the Berkeley School of Environmental Design, as the Friedman Distinguished Chair.

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              • Dayne Walling: Risk Conference at Taubman College

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                Dayne Walling: Risk Conference at Taubman College on March 30, 2012 Walling is serving in his second term as the Mayor of the city of Flint, Michigan, and serves on the executive committee of Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Walling's past professional experience includes: owner and manager of 21st Century Performance, work with the Genesee County Land Bank's affiliated Genesee Institute, and founder of Flint Club. In addition, he worked with the Urban Coalition of Minnesota, and was an aide to Washington, D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams and U.S. Congressman Dale Kildee. Walling earned a bachelor of arts in social relations from James Madison College at Michigan State University, a bachelor of arts in modern history from St. Peter's College, University of Oxford, and a master of arts in urban studies from Goldsmith's College, University of London. He also pursued doctoral studies in Geography at the University of Minnesota, with a fellowship from the National Science Foundation. He is a Harry S. Truman Scholar and a Rhodes Scholar.

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                • Day of Reflection

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                  Student leaders share their stories of activism and becoming involved at the University of Michigan on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2011.

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                  • Detecting Nuclear Bombs In The Field Animation 2

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                    Detectors are being made at the University of Michigan that could allow airports and dockyards to detect nuclear weapon materials inside baggage or containers. Sara Pozzi, associate professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, discusses how the detectors will be used to find gammas and neutrons created by fission. Animation produced for University of Michigan's College of Engineering's Mconnex - Brown Bag series To see the full length video produced by Mconnex: http://mconnex.engin.umich.edu/michepedia/2012/detecting-nuclear-bombs-in-the-field/

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                    • Detecting Nuclear Bombs In The Field Animation

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                      Detectors are being made at the University of Michigan that could allow airports and dockyards to detect nuclear weapon materials inside baggage or containers. Sara Pozzi, associate professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, discusses how the detectors will be used to find gammas and neutrons created by fission. Animation produced for University of Michigan's College of Engineering's Mconnex - Brown Bag series

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