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Ian Davison, senior vice provost for Academic Reorganization Initiative, will oversee three committees made up of faculty, staff, administrators and students. Members will be appointed by President George Ross, the Academic Senate and the Student Government Association in early October.
Grawn Hall's grand reopening ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 21 will officially mark the end of the two-year, $10.8 million renovation project for the oldest building on Central Michigan University's campus.
Central Michigan University broke its previous record for donations in honor of the university's 125th anniversary, with 1,149 donors raising $102,708 in one day.
President George Ross gave the speech 125 years to the day the school opened.
The bootcamp is designed to prepare students taking part in the New Venture Competition for the process of developing their ideas over the course of the school year.
Central Michigan University President George Ross has co-signed a document with presidents from 15 other public Michigan universities in response to President Donald Trump's declaration he will end the DREAM Act.
President Ross made a $11,500 donation in December 2016.
Robert Rulong, former associate vice president of Development prominent member of the Mid-Michigan community, died in Mount Pleasant Friday, Aug. 25.
Amber R. Loomis, a former CMU employee, pleaded not guilty to a charge of embezzlement of between $1,000-$20,000 on Aug. 14.
Prospective student entrepreneurs could have a chance at winning up to $30,000 in funding for their business ideas. The New Venture Kick-Off will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Sept.
Jeff Johnson, the first full-time employee of Nike, Inc., will be giving a presentation about his experiences with the company and his history of entrepreneurship Thursday, Sept.
A union has filed a Demand to Bargain with Central Michigan University because of changes to working conditions made by university administration without consulting the union.The decision was made after a number of faculty members were denied promotions or were not reappointed in the College of Business Administration last semester, according a press release from UTF officials.Union members believe the decision were based on the misapplication of accreditation standards, the release states.
Students filled McGuirk Arena Saturday afternoon for the inaugural New Student Convocation Ceremony, where administration and faculty welcomed new faces to the university.
Amber R. Loomis has been charged with embezzlement, false pretenses and non-sufficient funds checks, including one complaint from CMU workers.
The $10.8 million renovation project to Grawn Hall is scheduled to be completed by the time students return to campus for the fall semester. Construction and landscaping work will finished by Aug.
The day English instructor Bill Blond learned he was being laid off says it felt like someone had pounded a tap into his back and drained all the life and energy out of him.
The Central Michigan Board of Trustees approved a 3.5 percent increase for room and board rates for the next academic year.Students living in the residence halls next year will have to pay $9,736 for lodging.
The Trustees-Faculty Liaison Committee gathered on Wednesday to discuss general education at curriculum at CMU.
The preliminary plans for a new on-campus building dedicated to the Integrative Health Studies program were brought before the Board of Trustees during an informal meeting held on April 26. The budget for the project is $26 million, with $19.5 million being paid for by the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget.
The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees will hold its formal meeting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, April 27 in the Bovee University Center President’s Conference Room.Among the action requested will be a motion to establish room and board and apartment rates for 2017-18, a motion to establish College of Medicine tuition for 2017-18 and a motion to authorize the dissolution of the College of Business Administration foundation.President George Ross will deliver his president’s report.