19 Feb

Case Management Opportunity

I’m Heath, Founder of CaseConnector.io. We’re experiencing an overflow of cases from our Client Acquisition Program and see a potential fit with your firm’s expertise.

Let’s discuss further? Reach out at https://caseconnectors.com or my personal email heathd@caseconnector.io


Find me on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/heathdonald

31 Dec

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We’d like to introduce to you our explainer video service, which we feel can benefit your site muse-initiative.umich.edu.

Check out some of our existing videos here:

All of our videos are in a similar animated format as the above examples, and we have voice over artists with US/UK/Australian accents.
We can also produce voice overs in languages other than English.

They can show a solution to a problem or simply promote one of your products or services. They are concise, can be uploaded to video sites such as YouTube, and can be embedded into your website or featured on landing pages.

Our prices are as follows depending on video length:
Up to 1 minute = $269
1-2 minutes = $379
2-3 minutes = $489

*All prices above are in USD and include a full script, voice-over and video.

If this is something you would like to discuss further, don’t hesitate to reply.

Kind Regards,

13 Jan

Climate/Environment Happy Hour

There is now a Green Drinks chapter of Ann Arbor. The first happy hour for folks working on climate and environment is Tuesday, January 21.

Details at http://www.greendrinks.org/MI/Ann%20Arbor

04 Apr

Climate Blue Spring Symposium — No COP-Out: The Path HoMe from the U.N. Climate Talks

Hi all,

Climate Blue is hosting our annual spring symposium on Monday, April 8. This event will discuss the recent international climate negotiations (COP24) in Katowice, Poland. It will feature the members of the UM delegation to the COP and an expert panel of local community leaders and UM faculty.

FMI and to RSVP, check out the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/no-cop-out-the-path-home-from-the-un-climate-talks-tickets-58817463617?
(A quick note that the timing within the event has been slightly shifted so that the dinner/org fair comes last at ~8pm.)

14 Mar

RSVP for Over the Hill: Lessons Learned from Science Advocates

Hi All,

Please join ESPA (Engaging Scientists in Policy and Advocacy) for our next round table panel discussion.

At Over the Hill, four trainees who have advocated at the state and national level will discuss how to advocate for science, share helpful resources, and answer audience questions.

You can RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/CBUkf3flUjdCreGg2

29 Jan

State of the Union Lunch Discussion

Engaging Scientists in Policy and Advocacy (ESPA) is hosting its annual State of the Union debrief on January 30, 2019 in BSRB 2515 1-2pm. Lunch provided, RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/wVwFWozlkHsBCI1s2

Yes – the event will still take place on January 30 even though the State of the Union got delayed to next week.

29 Oct

January ’19 Conference Opportunity: Women in Mathematics and Public Policy

The application is open for the Women in Mathematics and Public Policy Conference until November 19th. The application is open to graduate students and researchers working in STEM and Policy.
The conference will take place from January 22-25 2019 in Los Angeles.

This year’s conference “designed to bring together women in mathematics, science, engineering, and policy to work on pressing research topics in the fields of cybersecurity and climate change.”

The conference will include on-site group projects such as:
Cybersecurity projects: differential privacy, modeling risk triage, mobile digital forensics.
Climate change projects: changing weather extremes, statistical downscaling of climate projections, decadal ocean predictions, and LA groundwater contamination.

Keynote lectures will be given by Lucy Jones (Caltech) and Kristin Lauter (Microsoft Research).

For CoE students, a funding opportunity could be the CoE Professional Co-Curricular Experience Funding Grant. https://studentaffairs.engin.umich.edu/graduate-student-co-curricular-experiences-funding/

For Rackham students, there is the Rackham Professional Development Grant.

Rackham Professional Development Grants

22 Oct

Speaker Event tonight (10/22): Reid Detchon, Senior Advisor for Climate Solutions at the United Nations Foundation

Climate Blue and UM’s chapter of the United Nations Association will be co-hosting Mr. Reid Detchon, Senior Advisor for Climate Solutions at the United Nations Foundation as he speaks for the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and UN Day.

All are welcome to attend the event, which will take place on Monday, October 22nd at 7:00pm at the Ford School of Public Policy’s Annenberg Auditorium (Rm. 1110).

17 Oct

October Science Cafe: Citizen Science tonight (10/17)

The UM Museum of Natural History’s monthly Science Cafe provides opportunities for researchers and the public to discuss scientific topics in a casual setting. This month’s topic is citizen science and how it can benefit research and policy. The event information is here:


The event is at Conor O’Neill’s and hors d’oeuvres start at 5:30. Museum members can reserve seats, otherwise the seating is first-come, first-served.

04 Oct

Introduction to Science Policy Event

Introduction to Science Policy
Thursday, Oct. 11 | 12 – 1 PM | Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Center
GradSWE and MESWN are inviting students to attend Introduction to Science Policy panel featuring Dr. Joy Rohde (associate professor of Ford school of public policy at UM), Kristina Ko (Senior Director of Federal Relations for Research), and Rachel Kirpes (PhD candidate at the department of Chemistry at University of Michigan). the panel will be focused on introducing science and public policy, its impact on graduate student’s daily life, research, and funding, career paths in science and public policy and introducing more resources. Questions are highly welcome. Lunch will be provided. RSVP is required.

Contact: Maryam Akram at akramrym@umich.edu

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/events/238202283709321/