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Registration open for first EHS addictions conference

(03/23/16 2:19pm)

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 research.

3D printing courses to be available again next fall

(02/28/16 12:44pm)

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. 

Lab gives students access to 3D printers

(10/23/15 9:05am)

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.

Students display apparel projects created this semester at Threads

(04/26/15 1:21pm)

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.