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Ever wonder what happens to all of those nice and shiny or rusted and falling apart bicycles that are left on campus during summer?The Central Michigan University Police Department is auctioning off bicycles that are left on campus after the spring semester.
Auditions to join the Central Michigan University Chippewa Marching Band during its 94th season begin Monday.
Faculty and staff of Central Michigan University were treated to a picnic Wednesday in Warriner Mall to explore the benefits and insurance policies available to them as university employees.Located in front of Warriner Hall, four large tents and hundreds of chairs and tables were lined up for faculty and staff members to come eat and learn what benefits are available to them to maintain a healthy lifestyle as CMU employees. Starting out 10 years ago with just over 200 people, the Benefits and Wellness Picnic now garners over a thousand CMU employees, coming and going throughout the day.
Ronan Hall computer lab to close on June 24, despite a petition to keep it open. http://www.cm-life.com/article/2016/05/ronan-hall-computer-lab-closing?_h=efd37b88-6696-48a1-88ee-abc175bb1e01
An online petition was created by students to keep Ronan Hall computer lab open, but it is still set to close on June 24.With 47 computers, Ronan lab serves as one of the two general use campus computing labs on Central Michigan University's campus.
A Peace Day celebration is set for Wednesday, May 18, as a ceremonial flag will be raised in front of Warriner Hall.The event, Organizing for Memory, Organizing for Peace: A Celebration of Peace Day, is slated to commemorate the Hague Peace Conference of 1899, which resulted in one of the original treaties addressing warfare conduct, and connect the story to Central Michigan University.
The 10th annual Benefits and Wellness Picnic will take place on Wednesday, May 18 in the Warriner Mall.Central Michigan University faculty and staff are invited to come eat lunch, mingle and explore the programs, resources and services available to them to enhance their well-being.The focus of the event is to help faculty and staff thrive physically, emotionally and financially.The picnic begins at 11 a.m.
An increase to the cost of tuition, bringing a gender equity center to campus and a report from University President George Ross were discussed at the Board of Trustees meeting on April 29 in the President's Conference Room in the Bovee University Center.
The Biosciences building is scheduled to be complete September 2, and available for the first classes and student access in January, 2017.
The Board of Trustees will meet Thursday and Friday to discuss action items from remodeling the Student Activity Center pool to increasing tuition for the 2016-17 school year.Items on the board's agenda include looking at how to expand online class offerings, allocating $465,000 to repair the SAC pool and approving a list of nearly 3,500 students who are scheduled to graduate.The board will meet at 9:30 a.m.
Novi Freshman Casey Croad is already
involved in 7 student organizations on campus, from Stats Club to Swing
Dancing, but that didn’t stop him from creating his own.This year Croad started the Dreidel Club,
which is dedicated to the pursuit of teaching college students how to play the
game of dreidel and creating friendships within the campus community.Those who know Croad are familiar with
his heavy load of extra curriculars, and he never misses an opportunity to go
to the hall council in his home in Trout Hall to advertise for the groups and
hopefully get more members.
The commencement speakers for the 2016 spring graduating class include the director of the neuroscience department, a dean from Weber State University, the president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and the vice president of a broadcasting company.The keynote speakers will speak at the four commencement ceremonies.Dean of the college of science at Weber State University David Matty will speak during the doctoral ceremony at 4 p.m.
Compared to 35 percent of heterosexual women, 44 percent of lesbians and 61 percent of bisexual women experience sexual assault, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner.A sexual assault occurs every 107 seconds, and campus Sexual Assault Peer Advocates are working to educate students that sexual assault and domestic violence isn’t a one-gender, one-sexuality occurrence.SAPA and LGBTQ Services hosted "Sexual Aggression in the LGBTQ Community" presentation and panel to address sexual aggression issues within the LGBTQ community April 14.“Often times we see the heteronormative side of sexual aggression, and often times relationships and sexual aggression in the LGBTQ community is lost,” Saint Clair Shores junior and SAPA member Kathleen TrombIey said.
The Academic Senate watched a presentation by Robert Roe, director of the Office of Institutional Research, and Tracy Brown, the director of the General Education Program, on providing writing Intensive courses so all students may reach requirements before graduation. Roe said CMU would need to provide 16,000 seats in WI courses per year to ensure on-campus students could graduate on time.
CMU police have finished their investigation monday into child pornography found on a faculty member's computer last month. The details of the investigation will be forwarded to the County Prosecutor for review.
The number of Central Michigan University students participating in study abroad programs increases slightly each year, said Sarah Barnard, a study abroad adviser.
Five weeks ago, students in Central Michigan University's fermentation science program tapped their first brews.The Fermentation Science Program was established in May 2015.
A ratification to the bargaining agreement that outlines the rights of employees between Central Michigan University and the Supervisory-Technical Association MEA/NEA is being voted on today, April 13.
While it is unknown whether Central Michigan University officials chose to participate in the Federal Communications Commission Spectrum Auction, the majority of those who emailed the Board of Trustees with concerns did not want CMU to participate.Central Michigan Life obtained the emails sent to the board and the university's responses through a Freedom of Information Act request.
On rare occasions, student veterans are called to duty unexpectedly on a short term basis, which could cause them to miss class.