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Nearly 300 students and faculty filled French Auditorium on Friday and voiced their concerns about the Central Michigan University's projected two-year $20 million budget deficit. In a forum headed by Vice President of Finance and Administration Barrie Wilkes and Provost Michael Gealt, among the questions raised involved an increased subsidy in athletics and the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences
A Grammy-award winner performed at Central Michigan University for the second time this academic year.The College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences hosted an Indigenous Performance by artist Ty Defoe on Thursday night.
Mark W. Smith works as the Mobile Web Editor at the Washington Post, finding new ways to increase audience engagement at one of the country's biggest media outlets.
The Industrial/Organizational Psychology program is working with Central Michigan University’s Medical School on research to develop training to teach medical students teamwork and leadership skills in urgent situations.“There are nurses, physicians, and physician assistants who are all working together to save people's lives and sometimes fatal errors may occur simply due to a lack of training on teamwork and communication,” said Arlington, Texas graduate program student Bailey Schorck, who assisted in the research.
About 100 people attended the Joint Union Council Town Hall Meeting regarding layoffs on April 19, including faculty and students.
Paying attention to surroundings was emphasized by Andres Tapia, a senior partner for Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting, during his keynote address at Central Michigan University’s Diversity and Inclusion Symposium on Wednesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.The symposium highlighted trends of diversity and inclusion.
Tensions within the state of the budget crisis continue to be high with faculty, especially in the Academic Senate.In Tuesday afternoon’s meeting, the senate seemed to continually question President Ross, regarding the certain implications and specifics of budget cuts.
Central Michigan University's Budget Priorities Committee have scheduled an all-campus budget forum at 3:30 p.m.
When Alee'a Ulsh-Cherry realized she wanted to make an impact at Central Michigan University, she went to Program Board.Last year, the Canton senior joined the student-run organization that facilitates on-campus concerts and events.
Registration for the free on campus event, Women, Technology and 21st Century Careers is now open.
This year’s Threads Fashion Show is to feature 3D art displays, original garments and special guest, Tim Gunn in a production costing nearly $30,000.
From 1-4 p.m., nearly 70 students took part in the charity event to raise awareness and support the homeless.
The simulator costs roughly $90,000 and comes loaded with hundreds of different scenarios.
Ethan Petzold, president of the College Democrats, helped bring Brewer to campus to “revive” the registered student organization. The Canton freshman said the organization was hindered because many members graduated.
The workshop was the final fundraiser for the fashion show, which is predominantly funded through donations. The cost for this year's Threads is nearly $30,000.
Sitting in Anspach Hall, Guy Newland reflects on his scholarly research of the Buddhist tradition.
The idea is the brainchild of Central Michigan University alums Christian Cullinan, Georgiana Klem and Connor Moynihan, who founded the High Hopes Hammock Company in 2015.
Students will learn how to walk the runway at the Threads Fashion Show Model Workshop at 6 p.m., today in Finch Fieldhouse.
Joint Union Council members will have to fundamentally change the thinking of administrators when it comes to diagnosing the deficit’s root cause.
The “Budget Blueprint to Making America Great Again” released by President Trump is proposing to eliminate 1.5 million jobs provided by the Great Lakes Restoration initiative.