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An administrator from West Virginia University who is a candidate for Central Michigan University's Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies Dean is linked to a controversial non-profit group that accepted money from Coca-Cola while promoting the idea that a lack of exercise may have a larger impact on obesity than unhealthy diets.
A new requirement may be added to the University Program requirement curriculum that would require students to take an additional discrimination course not based on race. The Academic Senate discussed the potential change in an hour-long debate Tuesday afternoon.
David Ash, interim vice president for research and Dean of Graduate Studies, applied for the permanent position after presenting at an open forum Monday at the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
Administrators will continue discussions on how to resolve the $10.6 million budget deficit into January as students and faculty return to campus after winter recess, said Joseph Garrison, Director of Financial Planning and Budgets.
An appeal has been filed by a former Central Michigan University faculty member who alleges the university discriminated against her.
Students can expect a "modest" tuition increase for the 2017-18 academic year, according to Central Michigan University officials.
Instead of increasing University President George Ross's income, more than $11,000 he would have received as a raise will be donated to a scholarship for the school of music, which was announced at the Dec. 8 year end Board of Trustees meeting.
Interim Journalism Department Chair Al Wildey will resign from his leadership duties Dec. 22.
Five student teams were recognized for their unique business ideas on Dec. 1 at the Make-A-Pitch 2016 competition in Grawn Hall.
teams are set to present their business ideas in front of a panel of judges on
Dec.1 for the 2016 Make-A-Pitch competition.
Open forums for faculty, students and staff will take place Nov. 21 through Dec. 1 for Central Michigan University's main campus and at the College of Medicine campus in Saginaw.
Since fall 2012, the College of Business Administration has seen a steady increase in enrollment across the majority of the 17 majors offered by the college.
Colleges, service units, the finance team and the president's cabinet will attend an open budget forum at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Charles V. Park Library auditorium.
On Sept. 27, Central Michigan University’s College of
Medicine hired a new Director of Marketing and Communications.
Students who have experienced or witnessed discrimination at the hands of local law enforcement are encouraged to tell their stories at an open mic event called “Don’t be Silent.”
Two alumni of the College of
Business Administration will be inducted into the CBA Hall of Fame Nov. 18.
The Academic and Student Affairs Committee met Wednesday,
Sept. 21 in the presidential conference room and discussed ideas to be voted on before the formal meeting on Sept. 22.
Students hoping to graduate in May 2017 are advised to apply for graduation by Sept. 15.
Hall's $10.8 million renovation project is almost complete. Only a
student-centered atrium is left to be built by fall 2017.
After spending time as an attorney in Silicon Valley during the height of the “dot-com bubble,” Jeff Thomas believes he has what it takes to be the Chair of Entrepreneurship.