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The University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit is proud sponsor of numerous events throughout the year, each of which present members with the opportunity to network, and socialize, while continuing to pledge support to their beloved alma mater.

In addition to being placed on the mailing list notifying members of Club activities throughout the year, membership dues contribute towards the U-M Alumni Association, the Club’s membership directory, and annual scholarships. more...
U of M Club of Greater Detroit Curling Event
13 Feb 2016

U of M Club of Greater Detroit Curling Event

Come have fun with fellow alumni learning and playing the game of curling, the Olympic sport. The sport is great fun especially with other Michigan alumni. There are 2 sessions from which to choose: 11:30 – 2:30 and 1:30 – 4:30. Each session is limited to 32 players (8 players for each of the 4 playing surfaces). If you would like to play with family or friends, then please specify the session and with whom you would like to play.
February 2016 UMCGD Business Networking Event
25 Feb 2016

February 2016 UMCGD Business Networking Event

The next installment of the U of M Club of Greater Detroit’s Business Networking series will feature a presentation by U of M Alum, Michael Melfi, of Melfi & Associates.
Melfi, a successful entrepreneur & author of The Simple Secrets of Social Media, will be speaking to the importance of digital assets in building a personal brand and how it was instrumental in building his business. Not only will he cover key aspects of various social media platforms but also best-practice strategies that everyone
A Taste of Detroit with U of M Alternative Spring Break Students and Detroit Author Aaron Foley
03 Mar 2016

A Taste of Detroit with U of M Alternative Spring Break Students and Detroit Author Aaron Foley

Come to our Detroit-themed event for U of M Students and U of M Alumni at the U of M Detroit Center on Woodward on Thursday, 3/3/16, 6 pm to 8 pm. Menu to include items from Mudgie’s, Slow’s BBQ, Better Made, Boston Coolers, Sander's, Faygo, and Vernors. This year’s Alternative Spring Break students will give a presentation of their activities at Cass Community Social Service in Detroit. We will also feature author and journalist, Aaron Foley, who wrote the popular new book, “How to Live in Detroit Without
Forgotten Harvest Warehouse Re-Pack
19 Mar 2016

Forgotten Harvest Warehouse Re-Pack

Warehouse Re-Pack Volunteer Opportunity at Forgotten Harvest in Oak Park, Michigan with U of M Alumni and members of the Detroit area community.

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