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There is nothing but the sound of the sea. It comes and goes, waves breaking against the rocks and creating an awe-inspiring, almost spiritual, experience. Even the gulls and ravens that fly overhead and pick over the shore do so silently, allowing the ocean to speak its piece.
Declining enrollment and retaining students are concerns at Central Michigan University serious enough to require additional, full-time leadership.
Central Michigan University President Bob Davies has announced future organizational changes, including four leadership role changes.
The new College of Business Administration Dean Chris Moberg wants to ensure a student-centered approach to business education.
Betty Kirby, newly-appointed dean of the College of Education and Human Services announced Aug. 26 that she will retire June 30, 2020.
After serving as interim dean for a year, Betty Kirby will serve as dean of the College of Education and Human Services.
United Way of Isabella and Gratiot Counties announced a partnership with Central Michigan University in hopes to raise over $500,000 over the next five years. The campaign officially starts Aug. 26.
Gregory Zimmerman, who received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Central Michigan University, will return to campus this fall as associate dean of the College of Health Professions.
After more than 30 years of working in higher education, with 11 years as a dean or associate dean, Mary Schutten decided it was time to try leading a university as its provost.
A new agreement between Central Michigan University and the CMU Faculty Association includes modest annual increases and parental leave for bargaining unit members.
Riley Connell's parents were blindsided by an unexplained student service fee they had to pay to send their daughter to college.
Central Michigan University and the CMU Faculty Association reached a tentative agreement on a five-year contract.
To further his goals of rigor, relevance and excellence for Central Michigan University, President Bob Davies established a fund dedicated to promoting innovation on campus.
Central Michigan University's Board of Trustees heard presentations about mental health, admissions and summer construction during June 26 committee meetings.
Halfway through my summer, an unexpected opportunity came my way.
Two candidates have been selected to fill the role as associate dean of the College of Health Professions. They will each speak at a forum in the next month.
Since December, Alex Kappus has been meeting with faculty, staff and students to improve New Student Orientation at Central Michigan University. The associate director of the Office of Student Success made structural changes to the one-day New Student Orientation program and creating long-term goals for the future.
The search for the next dean of the College of Business Administration at Central Michigan University has concluded.
Committee members will meet this week to begin the search for Central Michigan University's next vice president of advancement.
Sherry Knight has spent the last seven years helping Central Michigan University discover what makes it unique. Now that the university's associate vice president of University Communications is confident faculty, staff, students and alumni know what's special about CMU, she is ready to move on.