Articles written by: Jackson Seedott


Search for CMED associate dean of student affairs to begin after first class is admitted

The search for a replacement associate dean of student affairs for Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine still has yet to begin. “The search for the associate dean of student affairs (for CMED) will not occur until we complete the […]

CMED receives $300,000 donation from Dow Corning Company

Dow Corning Co. has donated a pledged amount of $300,000 to the Central Michigan University College of Medicine to go toward the renovation of the Saginaw campus. “Dow Corning Company has given (a combined total of) $450,000 to CMU’s College […]
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College of medicine senator Ernie Yoder, who has been with the department for two and a quarter years answers questions regarding adding additional faculty to the academic senate board Sep. 18, 2012 in Pearce 138. (File Photo By: Trisha Umpfenbach)

CMED dean Ernest Yoder re-appointed to MPCC board of directors

The Michigan Primary Care Consortium has re-appointed Central Michigan University College of Medicine Dean Ernest Yoder to its board of directors. The MPCC is a statewide non-profit corporation that leads Michigan’s innovation efforts in the medical field by ensuring sustainable, […]

Tom Idema named director of student conduct

The Central Michigan University Office of Student Life has named Tom Idema the director of student conduct after a recent restructuring of the office. The most notable outcome of this restructuring is the definition and creation of two distinct offices […]

CMED residency accreditation final step prior to student arrival, Yoder says

The Central Michigan University College of Medicine has received additional accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The ACGME is the largest national organization responsible for awarding accreditation to residency programs. CMED has been awarded a five-year institutional […]
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Additional funds for CMED approved, bringing total costs to more than $2 million

The Board of Trustees voted to approve additional funds for facilities for the College of Medicine Thursday, bringing total funding for the project to more than $2.2 million. One of the most pressing items on the agenda included additional funding […]
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Questions remain surrounding permanent director of diversity education job

It’s been nearly two months since finalists for the position of director of diversity education held open forums on campus. With a decision to postpone the search until May, questions remain regarding the current state of diversity education at Central […]
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CMU global campus employee Theresa Langlois dies at 57

Mount Pleasant native and Central Michigan University global campus employee Theresa Langlois, 57, died Wednesday at Woodland Hospice in Mount Pleasant. Born in Mount Pleasant, the 1973 Shepherd High School graduate moved to Midland shortly after graduating. She worked many […]
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Office of diversity education postpones decision to name new director

The Central Michigan University Office of Diversity Education has postponed the search for a new director of diversity education. In an email Saturday, Traci Buckley, interim associate vice president of institutional diversity and executive director for the Center for Inclusion […]

Interim VP of University Communications Sherry Knight emphasizes importance of academics, on-the-job experience at forum Friday

Interim Associate Vice President of University Communications Sherry Knight stressed the importance of establishing leadership and broadcasting the university brand in an open forum on Friday. Knight is one of three finalists for the permanent position of VP of University […]
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Holocaust survivor Martin Loewenberg smiles while the audience in Anspach 163 clap after his presentation on his experience as a child in Germany during World War II Wednesday morning. (Charlotte Bodak/Assistant Photo Editor)

Holocaust survivor Martin Loewenberg recalls story of survival

The majority of Holocaust survivors alive today were young children during the time where arguably the worst sins of humankind were committed. Martin Loewenberg is one of those survivors. Arrested and exiled from Germany at the age of 13, Loewenberg […]
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Committee named to search for Provost Gary Shapiro’s replacement

University President George Ross has appointed a 14-member search committee to assist in the search for Central Michigan University’s next executive vice president/provost. Salma Ghanem, dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, and Tim Hartshorne, a psychology professor, […]

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