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LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder did not specifically discuss higher education funding at his final State of the State Address on Jan. 23 at the Michigan Capitol Building.
In 2011, Jeff Hoyle of the College of Business Administration initiated a program for students to work directly with companies in an authentic environment.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees will hire a “nationally recognized search firm” to help in finding a replacement for President George Ross, who will step down from his position effective July 31, 2018.
George Ross will step down as president of Central Michigan University effective July 31.
Members of four residential colleges at Central Michigan University will have the opportunity to improve their leadership skills.
David Burdette, a former vice president for Finance and Administrative Services at Central Michigan University, died unexpectedly Jan. 10, according to a report.
Six years ago, Nicholas Cozzi applied to dozens of medical schools across the country and received 40 rejections.
Fourth-year medical student Nick Cozzi will share his experiences working in three pediatric oncology departments at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11 in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
Breaking with its usual practice, Central Michigan University will release its fall enrollment data sometime this month.
Central Michigan University students exited McGuirk Arena as alumni after three ceremonies Dec. 16.
A team comprising two second-year graduate students won the Dec. 6 Make-A-Pitch Competition with their idea to help news organizations alleviate the cost of news helicopters by replacing them with drones.
Central Michigan University presented the state with a $28.5 million capital outlay request for the renovation of Brooks Hall.
About $14 million will be invested in scholarships, academic advising and a new public broadcasting program.
This year’s Make-A-Pitch competition saw a record amount of 39 student-led teams gather in the Grawn Hall atrium on Dec. 6 to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas in front of judges for prizes and recognition.
Faculty and board members discussed the School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and the current requirements for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees.
An outside consultant has created an extensive proposal for changes to Central Michigan University's campus that would cost $550 million.
More than 65 proposals are up for review during Central Michigan University's ongoing academic strategic planning process.
A federal appeals court has ruled in Central Michigan University’s favor in a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former journalism faculty member.
A total of 38 student teams will compete in the Make-A-Pitch competition on Dec. 6, an increase from the previously recorded-high of 26 that competed last year.