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Godfrey Dillard speaks about his role in sports history, Civil Rights Movement

(02/15/16 10:28pm)

After breaking barriers on the basketball court as one of the first black players in the Southeastern Conference, former Vanderbilt basketball player Godfrey Dillard spoke to a crowd of faculty and students in French Auditorium.Dillard was brought to campus as a part of the Marge Bulger Sports Lecture Series, which brings those in the field of sports to speak at campus and share what they encountered throughout their careers. Dillard’s presentation, “Achievement: I am the Master of my Fate” talked about his history with athletics and the barriers he had to over come as one of two black basketball players in the Southeastern Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Athletics was how he went on to go to college because his mother couldn’t afford it, Dillard said, and he attended Vanderbilt University on an athletic scholarship.

IHBI hosts webinar discussing annual student analytics competiton

(12/03/15 3:17pm)

Institute of Health and Business webinarJoe pomerville been with for 5 years, talking about SAS student shootout competitionadded in 2001 center of excellene specialising in data mining and predictive analyticspromote application of predictive analytics to solve social, economic and other issues.reports are 30000 words, judges grade on quality, accuracy of reports.

Revenue increases for college of health professions

(10/04/13 7:00am)

During a period of campus-wide deficits in funding and enrollment, one of Central Michigan University's smallest academic colleges is seeing a steady financial boost. The College of Health Professions has shown continual revenue growth over the last four years. This year, CHP is projecting a modest 0.79-percent growth to $38.4 million in revenue, up from last year's total revenue of $38.1 million. Edwardsberg junior Dylan Nylund said the promise of employment is responsible for the increased enrollment and subsequent budgets. "The job security out there is pretty good," he said.