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The team is looking to secure a deal to get the app endorsed by Central Michigan University. The app, named Guarded, will function as a mobile version of the Blue Light phones, sending immediate alerts to campus police and emergency contacts in the user’s phone once activated.
Hailey Polidori, left, and Bryan Caragay, right, give a presentation on their smartphone app Guarded during the New Venture Competition on Friday, March 24, 2017, in the Education and Human Services Building.
More than 40 students and community members waited anxiously outside Plachta Auditorium Thursday, Sept. 28 to hear Brandon Stanton speak. As the doors opened, students flooded in, trying their best to get close to the stage. Over the course of a half-hour, the venue filled with more than 200 people before the speech began.
Brandon Stanton, photographer, author and founder of “Humans of New York” will deliver a speech at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28 in Plachta Auditorium.
Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration held a ribbon cutting event Thursday, Sept. 21 to showcase the new and improved Grawn Hall in front of the donors that helped make it possible.
Grawn Hall's grand reopening ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 21 will officially mark the end of the two-year, $10.8 million renovation project for the oldest building on Central Michigan University's campus.
The bootcamp is designed to prepare students taking part in the New Venture Competition for the process of developing their ideas over the course of the school year.
Amber R. Loomis, a former CMU employee, pleaded not guilty to a charge of embezzlement of between $1,000-$20,000 on Aug. 14.
Prospective student entrepreneurs could have a chance at winning up to $30,000 in funding for their business ideas. The New Venture Kick-Off will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Sept.
Jeff Johnson, the first full-time employee of Nike, Inc., will be giving a presentation about his experiences with the company and his history of entrepreneurship Thursday, Sept.
A union has filed a Demand to Bargain with Central Michigan University because of changes to working conditions made by university administration without consulting the union.The decision was made after a number of faculty members were denied promotions or were not reappointed in the College of Business Administration last semester, according a press release from UTF officials.Union members believe the decision were based on the misapplication of accreditation standards, the release states.
Amber R. Loomis has been charged with embezzlement, false pretenses and non-sufficient funds checks, including one complaint from CMU workers.
The $10.8 million renovation project to Grawn Hall is scheduled to be completed by the time students return to campus for the fall semester. Construction and landscaping work will finished by Aug.
When the spring semester ends, so will the long and fruitful teaching career of Dr. Frank Andera, who will be retiring after over 28 years of teaching in Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration.Andera came to CMU in 1988, after teaching business administration at Montana State University for four years.
Four years ago, when he first started developing the idea that would become Multi-Dimensional Manufacturing, Nick Dubiel never would've dreamed that he would be winning the $30,000 prize for Best Overall Venture at Central Michigan University's New Venture Competition.The Michigan Technological University In addition to the $30,000, Dubiel and Crocker received
For students like Neha Srivastava and her team, Friday could end up being one of the most important days of their business career.For the past couple months, Srivastava has been working alongside Anant Patwa and Saurabh Ghosh.
The College of Business Administration will be hosting a workshop
for students participating in the upcoming New Venture Completion.
Five student teams were recognized for their unique business ideas on Dec. 1 at the Make-A-Pitch 2016 competition in Grawn Hall.Hosted by the College of Business Administration, Make-A-Pitch acts as a prelude to the New Venture Competition in the spring.A record high of 26 teams competed this year.Each team had two minutes to explain its entrepreneurial idea to a panel of judges, which consisted of professional entrepreneurs and Central Michigan University alumni.
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. This
is a slightly higher participation rate than last year, when 22 teams
Since the fall semester of 2012, the College
of Business Administration has seen a steady increase in enrollment across the
majority of the 17 majors offered by the college.