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Corpening was the second of four candidates for Central Michigan University’s new vice president and Chief Diversity Officer position. Corpening reflected on the work he has done in those 30 years during his forums March 20 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium.
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Kamsickas, a CMU alumnus and CEO of Dana Inc., will speak at 9 a.m. He has also served as the CEO of International Automotive Components in Southfield. He is a member of the Toledo Rotary Foundation and part of the board of trustees of the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation and the United Way of Greater Toledo
The first of two presidential debates took place in the Bovee University Center Auditorium on March 19. The debate, moderated by SGA Elections Director Jackie Smith, replaced the regularly scheduled SGA meeting and produced a larger crowd than the regular 200 representatives.
Suarez was the first of four interviews within the next two weeks for the CMU’s new position.
Pandey discussed her project with community members March 19 at Camille’s on the River in a Central Talk titled: “Healthy Aging and Aging in Place: A CMU Perspective.”
Orlik was hired in 1969 by Wilbur Moore, who entrusted Orlik with crafting the School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts. The scholarship is worth $1000 each.
Priti Shah showed students the background behind brain training science through "How to Play 20 Questions with Nature and Lose" on March 19 in the Bovee University Center. The presentation gave the history of the field and how it is changing today.
Match Day is an annual event during which medical school graduates find out where they will serve their residency. The National Resident Matching Program uses a computer algorithm to match students based on their desired specialty and location.
Departments voted on these recommendations before and during Spring Break. According to Ian Davison, senior vice provost of the Academic Reorganization Initiative, all votes passed.
She was also raised by a single mother with four other siblings, she said. Early on, she learned she had to fight to be heard in order to make a difference.
Each year, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) honors five faculty members with Teaching Excellence Awards to encourage professors to be creative and innovative when teaching students.
This speech is part of the (dis)ABLED BEAUTY exhibition. It is sponsored by (dis)ABLED BEAUTY, the Department of Communication Disorders, and the Division of Audiology in the College of Health Professions.
Lack of financial support is a reason University Events will not be hosting the Night of Louisiana this year.
Those who cannot attend the forums may submit comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. The forums were announced in a March 13 University Communications press release.
"I wanted to ask how you felt the university responded to the situation (on March 2)," Owens said. "I'm often asked the opinion of the student body and this is obviously going to be on our minds for quite awhile."
Each candidate will take part in an open forum from 2-3:15 p.m. on their selected dates in the Bovee University Center Auditorium. The forum is open to any member of the campus community. Those who cannot attend in person can view the livestream with a CMU Global ID and password.
The committees released their preliminary recommendations Jan. 29 and have been soliciting feedback in several forms since. The campus community could provide anonymous feedback online, contact Senior Vice Provost of the Academic Reorganization Initiative Ian Davison or attend one of the feedback sessions facilitated by Carol Cartwright, former president of Kent State University and Bowling Green State University.
Wilbur’s official title with MSU is executive vice president for Government and External Relations. She was with CMU since 2002.
“Unwritten: An Evening of Crisis Stories Live on Stage” was originally scheduled from 7-9 p.m. March 12 in the Bovee University Center Rotunda. Marysville senior and Central Review Editor-in-Chief Delany Lemke said the event will be rescheduled due to the March 2 incident.
Bly’s tweet read: @lgbtlouies: central michigan university, as a parkland student i’m here for you. i’m so sorry all of you are going this. parkland is with you.