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Wednesday, November 2

Pub Club #3: Join the Conversation!

Dear Gail, 

I’m reaching out to you as a member of the Michigan Library Publishing Club (Pub Club) to invite you and your colleagues in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department to participate in a discussion about the Michigan Journal of Sustainability, as well as water, climate change, and ways to engage the local community and beyond toward a more sustainable future. The Pub Club is a local club that is free and open to the public, and we expect a diverse group of voices. Local artist Leslie Sobel, Michigan Journal of Sustainability editors Erin Hamilton and Neil Lewis, Jr, and other local sustainability leaders will also be in attendance. We would also appreciate it if you would share the information about the event with any other colleagues or students who may be interested. 

The Michigan Journal of Sustainability is an open access journal published by the Michigan Publishing, and can be read here: http://sustainability.umich.edu/mjs?ct=t%28PubClub+4.11.2016%29 

I have included a copy of the announcement with details about the event below. Please let me know if you have any questions about the event, and I hope you can attend. 

Thank you,

Danielle Coty
Editorial Assistant
University of Michigan Press
839 Greene Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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The Pub Club Presents:

Free and open to the public
Thursday, November 10, 2016
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
839 Greene Street, Buhr Building, The PubHub Room
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Michigan Library Publishing Club is pleased to announce our autumn Pub Club event focused on water, climate change, and ways to engage the local community and beyond toward a more sustainable future. We’ll be discussing the article “Partners in Local Resilience” from the newest issue of the Michigan Journal of Sustainability, published open access by Michigan Publishing in partnership with the Graham Sustainability Institute and the Dow Sustainability Fellows Program.
Free and open to the public, the Pub Club event will feature a lively discussion inspired by our diverse group of guest speakers, including: local artist Leslie SobelDow Sustainability Fellows and editors of the Michigan Journal of Sustainability, Erin Hamilton and Neil Lewis, Jr.; and leaders in sustainability at the University of Michigan Library and in thelocal community.
Please invite family, friends, and colleagues to be part of this important conversation and opportunity to engage with key community members toward finding solutions, local to global, to environmental issues. There is no reading requirement to participate in the Pub Club, though we hope everyone has a chance to check out the article “Partners in Local Resilience” in advance of the event. All are invited to read and comment (#PubClub) on this article from the new issue of the Michigan Journal of Sustainability for free using the digital annotation tool Hypothes.is.
Join us Thursday, November 102:30-4:00pm for guaranteed good conversation and free coffee, treats, and collectible letterpress bookmarks handmade by Michigan Publishing staff and members of the local community at Wolverine Press. All Pub Club events are free and open to the public, so everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in the discussion. Add yourself to the Michigan Library Publishing Club group on Facebook and RSVP to the event for more details. We look forward to seeing you there!

#PubClub: Read, Learn, Engage

Open to the public, the Pub Club meets quarterly to discuss open access books, journals, and digital projects published by Michigan Publishing. In collaboration with the Library Staff Forum Board and Wolverine Press, the Pub Club is committed to providing a welcoming space where diverse conversations can thrive and to supporting innovative ways for readers and authors to engage with open access content and the publishing community.

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