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New equipment and 21st century design will be available for students enrolling in Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine.
The College of Medicine building, which has been in construction as an addition to the Health Professions building since May, was designed with a variety of different rooms and areas with specialized purposes.
Two of the four associate deans for the College of Medicine have been named.
Nehad El-Sawi was named announced as associate dean of medical education and faculty development for the College of Medicine on Monday by Provost Gary Shapiro.
Deborah Biggs will begin as the associate dean of administration and finance for the College of Medicine in about a month.
Biggs, currently assistant dean for academic affairs for the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, is the first associate dean named for the College of Medicine and will join incoming College of Medicine Dean Ernest Yoder in mid-June according to a press release.
Dr. Ernest Yoder got his first taste of life at Central Michigan University this week.
The incoming College of Medicine dean was introduced to the Board of Trustees on Thursday as several other items came up for the college during the meeting.
The search for associate deans for the College of Medicine is progressing.
Incoming dean Ernest Yoder will participate in the hiring process, but it will take some time, said Darby Gwisdala, special assistant to the provost. She could not comment on when the hiring would happen.
Central Michigan University’s campus community did not have a chance to meet Dr. Ernest Yoder at an open forum before he was hired March 16 as dean of the College of Medicine. The appointment left some around campus scratching their heads, but officials say the action was not a violation of protocol. At CMU, there is no rule stating the search committee has to hold forums.
Dr. Ernest Yoder is the new founding dean of Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine.
Yoder, who previously served as a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, is the vice chairman of medical education and research for St. John Health and Ascension Health in Michigan.
Central Michigan University named Dr. Ernest Yoder as founding dean for the College of Medicine today.
The College of Medicine project lacks vision and clarification, said the final candidate for associate dean of student affairs this week. Mala Chinoy, the last of three candidates to hold a forum for an associate dean position, spoke at Central Michigan University on Monday. Among her top concerns was the lack of clarification with how the College of Medicine will coexist with others on campus.
Dr. Mala Chinoy met with students, faculty and staff Monday to discuss her potential as an associate dean of student affairs for the College of Medicine.
Chinoy is one of three finalists vying for the position at Central Michigan University.
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University President Michael Rao and Trustee Sam Kottamasu will each donate $100,000 to help finance the institution's ongoing medical school project.
The announcement was made by Rao during the ad hoc medical school committee update at Thursday's Board of Trustees meeting.
An end may be in sight in the search for affiliation agreements for Central Michigan University and its planned medical school.
Jeffrey Schell, project director for Michigan Healthpark Development, said a proposal was officially sent Monday to University President Michael Rao.
Partnerships for Central Michigan University's medical school plan is now under consideration with mid-Michigan health facilities, involving clinical affiliations that could exist in Saginaw in a matter of years.
Vacant land off the Saginaw River westbank was purchased in August by Michigan Healthpark Development for construction of a medical research complex, which Project Director Jeffrey Schell said offers a good possibility of a Saginaw-based partnership with CMU.
The Board of Trustees on Thursday gave approval for University President Michael Rao to proceed with a medical school.
Central Michigan University is the 65th largest public university in the nation by enrollment, but one of the few without a medical school.