The Ginsberg Center's work at the University of Michigan enriches student learning, advances community priorities and inspires a lifelong commitment to citizenship. Through a range of programs and services, the Center infuses training, support and resources into thoughtful, meaningful community experiences both on and off campus. #Servelove
Stories make us who we are. In this inspiring talk, writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie beautifully conveys the importance of seeking out many stories from different points of view to form our understanding of the world.
Mellody Hobson: Color blind or color brave? In this engaging, persuasive talk, Hobson makes the case that speaking openly about race — and particularly about diversity in hiring — makes for better businesses and a better society.
How we're priming some kids for college — and others for prison
All of my growth has happened in situations where I was extremely uncomfortable, and when I've come out of those experiences, I realized I knew so much more about myself and the world. UM Alternative Spring Break and the Ginsberg Center provide a unique experience for students to learn more about themselves and grow through service but also to expand their reach-- the impact people have on them, and the ways they impact other people.
The Ginsberg Center, for me, is where the action and reflection pieces come together. I’m involved in other communities on campus that do this, but as a Ginsberg Fellow, I’m connected with students that I really wouldn’t have met otherwise, who challenge me to see things differently, and because we come from such different places on campus, don’t often bring the same lens to the conversations.