Date & time
LocationThis is a Virtual Event.
Registration is required in advance at ums.org/trevornoah.
The event is open to the University of Michigan community, as well as UMS and Ford School supporters and event attendees.
The event is hosted by the University Musical Society (UMS), in partnership with the Ford School and the Democracy & Debate Theme Semester.
In this virtual event, Trevor Noah reflects on the state of our nation and discusses how the U-M community can, in spite of isolation, come together around the arts, pursue racial justice, and rise to the challenge of this moment. Michael S. Barr, Dean of the Ford School, moderates the discussion with timely questions from U-M students.
Participating students include:
- Josiah Walker (BA '21), Political Science
- Shannon Nulf (BFA '21), SMTD
- J'Taime Lyons (MPP/MBA '22), Ford School & Ross Business School
- Danny Rosa (MPP '21), Ford School
All University of Michigan students are invited to submit questions through the Democracy and Debate theme semester website here.
Contact the UMS Ticket Office at 734-764-2538 with any questions.