One of the most popular AADL events last year was the fall lecture (with video footage) on Parkour and Freerunning led by American Ninja Warriorâ€™s Levi Meeuwenberg. So we are excited to offer another opportunity to revisit the topic, this time at a facility where experts will present a live demo. Parkour is the art of moving through your environment using only your body and the surroundings to propel yourself. It can include running, jumping, climbing, even crawling, if that is the most suitable movement for the situation. Mike Metze, leader of the UM Parkour Club, will discuss the sport and then offer a live demonstration with Parkour experts at the Meri Lou Murray Recreation Center (2960 Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor).
Detecting Moods in Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder can be a difficult condition to manage with unstable and unpredictable mood swings ranging from extremely high mania to devastatingly low depression. The key to managing bipolarity is in preventing and lessening the vast range of possible mood swings and providing support in order to live a stable life. In this month’s Bright Nights Community Forum, Dr. Melvin McInnis will discuss new research in monitoring and predicting moods in bipolar disorder using speech acoustics. The presentation will begin at 7 pm on Tuesday, March 31 in the Downtown Library and will be followed by a panel discussion and plenty of time for questions and answers.
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