Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.
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Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.
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Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.
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Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.
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Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.
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Several people came out to the Diag on Friday to taste the delicious chole (chickpea) wrap prepared by GIEU students who went to the Golden Temple with Professor Jasprit Singh.

Prabal Dutta, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, at University of Michigan is one of Popular Science’s 2014 Brilliant Ten, editors of the magazine announced today.

The annual list recognizes “tomorrow’s Einsteins, Zuckerbergs and Marie Curies,” according to a news release. “Remember their names: they are already changing the world as we know it.”

Dutta designs hardware and software for so-called smart dust and larger sensors that don’t need batteries because they can harvest energy from the world around them. They can run on power from the light in a room, the magnetic field around an electrical wire, or the heat from a shower head, for example.

Read complete story here.

Photo from Popular Science. Read Pop sci story here.

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ANN ARBOR—They spent part of their summer learning how to pull off a logistical miracle, feeding 60,000 people every day with a staff of volunteers at the Golden Temple—one of India’s biggest shrines.

Now, the University of Michigan students are back in Ann Arbor, and they want to share what they learned in India by cooking a massive meal and giving away the food on U-M’s campus. They’re calling it “Langar at the Diag.”

"Langar" literally means "anchor" and refers to the meal served at the end of public worship. It’s a centuries-old tradition in the Sikh religion that emphasizes social and economic equality as people share vegetarian food together.

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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.
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On a beautiful fall day, several Indian students groups came to talk about their organizations and their tryouts at the #festifall event at University of Michigan.

If you are thinking of an internship in India, check out this session being offered by University of Michigan LSA Program in International and Comparative studies.
PICS Career Event: Internships in India. Fri, Sept 12 @ 12 PM. ECC Room

If you are thinking of an internship in India, check out this session being offered by University of Michigan LSA Program in International and Comparative studies.

PICS Career Event: Internships in India. Fri, Sept 12 @ 12 PM. ECC Room

The number of Indian-born people living outside of India and the number of Chinese-born people living outside China both doubled between 1990 and 2013 – for India, from 7 million to 14 million, and for China, from 4 million to 9 million.

Save the date for this conference:

DATE: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 5-6, 2014

EVENT: “Recalling Democracy: Lineages of the Present”

The two-day conference, free and open to the public, assembles an international group of scholars to rethink India’s democratic politics in the landscapes of late-colonial and postcolonial India. Panel topics include constitutionalism, practicing democracy, democratic futures and development.

PLACE: U-M Center for South Asian Studies, Room 1636 School of Social Work Building, 1080 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor

SPONSORS: Benefactors Ranveer and Adarsh Trehan, and the U-M College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

INFORMATION: www.ii.umich.edu/csas/events/conferences

Students from Ross School of Business captured their experiences in a blog that’s fun to read with beautiful and interesting pictures. Here is a link.
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Students from Ross School of Business captured their experiences in a blog that’s fun to read with beautiful and interesting pictures. Here is a link.
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Students from Ross School of Business captured their experiences in a blog that’s fun to read with beautiful and interesting pictures. Here is a link.

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