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While many faculty and staff members have expressed doubts about Central Michigan University's academic reorganization initiative, faculty within the neuroscience program are using it as a potential opportunity to make improvements for their students.
The ceremonies will combine August and prospective December graduates, according to the release. There are 872 August graduates and more than 1,800 prospective December graduates.
Provost Michael Gealt announced the appointment, according to a CMU News Release. Taylor will start her new position Jan. 16, 2018.
In his fifth year of hosting a photojournalism workshop at Central Michigan University, award-winning photojournalist Danny Wilcox Fraizer didn't have a topic in his mind, he had a theme — division.
An ethical dilemma will follow every time the words "justify" and "force" appear next to each other, said Speak Up, Speak Out panelists.
About 60 student veterans currently attend Central Michigan University. Central Michigan Life sat down with some of them to talk about their experiences transitioning from being in the military to attending CMU.
Though his name is on a residence hall, the events center and an endowed professorship title, John G. Kulhavi became who he is because of the U.S. Army and Central Michigan University.
Academic Reorganization Initiative Chair Ian Davison stressed the focus of educating the Central Michigan University student body on the university's Academic Reorganization Initiative during the Academic Reorganization Public Forum in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium Nov. 10.
The new space was officially unveiled Wednesday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Park Library room 319.
Applications are now available for the Administrative Fellows Program at Central Michigan University.
Academic Senate passed a new initiative for handling degree revisions.
The Humane Animal Treatment Society is a community based non-profit organization that provides public services to support the compassionate treatment of animals, according to its website.
Known as "Little Miss Flint," Copeny visited CMU on Monday, Nov. 6 and met with President George Ross, who presented Copeny with a four-year, $25,000 scholarship to attend the university, according to a CMU News release.
Religion 334: Death and Dying is taught by Merlyn Mowrey, a professor in the philosophy and religion department. The course sets its focus discussing the afterlife by using ideas and theories.
A Disabilities Awareness Month open session is scheduled for 7-8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23 in the Bovee University Center Lakeshore Room.
The committees which will oversee the progress for the academic and administrative reorganization initiative were announced Oct. 11 on CMU News.
It was a student and a pen that created an iconic piece of Central Michigan University.
And it only cost $35.
A policy is in its final stages to safeguard university-affiliated emails and computers in light of the increase in phishing reports and other breach-related incidents.
According to CMU News, $500,000 of the Oppermans' donation will go toward expanding CMU's leadership experiences. The Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute is located in Powers Hall.
The reorganization initiative began in August after approval from the CMU Board of Trustees. The university hopes to implement changes by the 2018-19 fiscal year.