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Instead of going home for the summer, 19 students have been accepted into the 2016 Summer Scholars Program, and will stay on campus to do research.The Office of Research and Graduate Studies has been budgeting money for the Summer Scholars Program each year since 1997. This year, a total of $64,500 has been rewarded to 19 of the 35 students who wrote research proposals.
“If we do not have more conversations about our public schooling, we are at risk of losing them,” said educational psychologist David C. Berliner.
Registration is now open for Moving Forward, Treating the
Spectrum of Addictions, a conference sponsored by the College of Education and
Human Services in collaboration with the Michigan Association of Alcoholism and
Drug Abuse Counselors.The conference, which will be hosted at Central Michigan
University on August 19, is CEHS’ first conference dedicated to addressing behavioral
and substance addictions.Keynote speaker Dr. Mel Pohl will speak about non-addictive
pain management methods, and the conference will feature a variety of breakout
sessions including CMU’s new certificate program in the treatment of
addictions, process addictions including eating disorders and recent medical
“People throw the term around quite a bit, but he truly is a living legend,” said assistant professor of educational leadership Mark Deschaine.
After creating designs for jewelry, shoes and body adornments last semester, Kimberly Johnson was able to print out her creations into three dimensional objects.The Saginaw senior is one of several students who took a course using 3D printing technology at Central Michigan University, after the MakerBot Innovation Center opened in fall 2015.
The Center for Clinical Experiences will host a teacher candidate conference on Friday in the Education and Human Services Building.
A group of fashion majors were given a tour of the body scanner that is housed in the Engineering and Technology Building on Wednesday night.
The Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and Delta Phi Epsilon sorority are hosting educational and fundraising events from Feb. 22 - Feb. 25 for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week and Delta Phi Epsilon's "Be True to You" week.
The Kromer Instructional Materials Center located on the first floor of the Education and Human Services building will be renovated to increase student and faculty use.
The robotic noise of 30 3D printers could be heard Thursday at the grand opening of the MakerBot Innovation Center.“I’m very excited, this is an opportunity for students to completely rethink the way they develop garments and accessories for sale to fashion marketing,” said fashion merchandising and design professor, Michael Mamp, who teaches 3D Printing in Fashion (FMD 565).Financial sponsorship and collaboration between the College of Communication and Fine Arts, the College of Education and Human Services and the Provost and President’s office supported the large-scale 3D printing operation located in Wightman Hall room 143.
Over the course of almost two years, the decision to spend half a million dollars on a renovation in Wightman hall was finally put into place over the summer. Michael Mamp, the professor for Central Michigan University’s visual merchandising class, played a crucial role in this decision.
Threads proves to be an industry-standard fashion showBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterWatching models rock their garments was Zach Stoner’s favorite part of the Threads Fashion show that he co-produced.Student models strutted down the 72-foot long runway wearing clothes designed by CMU students at the seventh annual fashion show that packed McGuirk arena on Saturday night.The Portage sophomore co-produced the fashion show with Fairfax Virginia grad student Jennise Thurston and took home best in show for his L.A.
This weekend, Virginia graduate student Jennise Thurston will get to watch plans she has been working on since last May come to life.Thurston, along with Portage junior Zack Stoner are this year's producers of Threads, Central Michigan University's student-organized fashion show.
Helping students achieve their goals in life is not usually what comes to mind when signing a minor.The new student affairs minor will allow students to a pursue a career as a mentor to other students at universities and to help them outside of the classroom.
Threads Fashion ShowBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterThe seventeenth annual Threads Fashion Show will take place in the Central Michigan University Event Center on Saturday April 25.
Transitioning into college life can be hard for students who have never experience the new lifestyle.
Central Michigan University will be holding it’s 10th Annual Learn Today, Teach Tomorrow Conference.
Beginning the week after spring break, March 16 through March 20, the College of Education and Human Services is promoting a “go green week.”The green week, which is being called Let’s Set the Green Standard, will be holding challenges throughout the week in order to promote going green.
Beginning in Fall 2015, a new program will be offered to incoming freshman students. Twenty students will be given the opportunity to enroll in a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program that will help them further their teaching careers.