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Rolling hills of lush, green grass located in the birthplace of golf provided a course like no other for 18 Central Michigan University business students. In Scotland the golf course was the setting for the study abroad course, "Intercultural Business Communication Abroad."
President George Ross hired Charles Crespy as dean of the College of Business Administration in 2010. Now, he credits Crespy for the college's significant increase in enrollment.
After the board of trustees selected Witt/Kieffer as its search firm, Central Michigan University formally began looking for the successor to President George Ross, who will step down July 31.
Trustee Tricia Kieth addressed the rest of the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees to provide updates on the search for CMU's new president at the April 19 meeting.
A total of 32 teams and more than 70 judges participated in the eighth annual New Venture Competition on April 13.
For 32 student-led teams, eight months of hard work and dedication will pay off during the New Venture Competition.
For one day, students shifted from the classroom to working up close with business leaders and professionals.
Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students who are U.S. residents will qualify for in-state tuition rates starting Fall 2018.
A plan to add a new parking lot to Central Michigan University’s campus is part of the Student Residential Life project.
Efforts to find Central Michigan University’s next president will be discussed at the February Board of Trustees meeting.
Based on the release of its most recent enrollment, Central Michigan University does not anticipate another budget deficit, said Vice President for Finance and Administrative Services Barrie Wilkes.
Executives offered advice to hospitality, real estate and business majors Feb. 9 in Grawn Hall atrium.
Day two of feedback sessions for the preliminary Academic Organizational Review recommendations included discussion about how the overall review process is being handled and academic advising.
The College of Business Administration will host the 11th annual Real Estate Conference Feb. 9 in Grawn Hall.
Student advising, language ambiguity and lack of rationale were among the concerns of initial committee recommendations of the Academic Organizational Review.
The world as we know it is becoming more and more digitalized — and the College of Business Administration believes artificial intelligence and data analytics will soon play a bigger role in society.
Renaming an academic college and deconstructing a department are part of the preliminary recommendations for Central Michigan University's Academic Organizational Review.
Louise Plachta, the widow of former Central Michigan University President Leonard Plachta, died Feb. 2 at the age of 92.
Creating new departments, renaming colleges and adding a new administrative position are just some of the suggestions made in committee reports put forward for the Academic Organizational Review.
Fall 2017 enrollment at Central Michigan University was 23,335, or about 4 percent fewer students than Fall 2016.