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Central Michigan Life has learned from a public records request that CMU received a complaint of Luzius’ behavior while acting in his capacity as dean of University Libraries at a conference in October 2017.
The event, which took place in the Education and Human Services Building, gave away $94,000 in cash prizes to the student ventures that were the most impressive.
Guerrant acknowledged the important role CMU had on her later success.
Several months ago, SPJ sent out FOIA requests to all schools within the Mid-American Conference (MAC). In the requests, SPJ asked for all incident reports relating to sexual assault, harassment and violence. They also requested arrest records as well as policies and guidelines officers must follow when dealing with potential victims.
Jeff Luzius received a termination letter from Provost Michael Gealt on April 4. Central Michigan Life received a copy of the termination letter through a Michigan Freedom of Information Act request.
There will be more than 70 judges consisting of several successful business professionals at the competition.
According to SANS Institute — an online organization committed to strengthening online security — phishing is a pinpoint attack against a subset of people with the goal of mining passwords or personal information like social security or credit card numbers.
CMU will continue the same dollar amount for medical/prescription coverage for the 2018-19 fiscal year, which begins July 1.
More than 830 students voted in this year’s election, which took place April 1-6 via OrgSync.
The search committee comprises 15 members and is chaired by Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson, the dean of the College of Education and Human Services.
A tweet she posted after she found the advertisement reads, "@CMUniversity What is Neo-Nazi and white supremacy propaganda doing on campus bulletins?"
Finalized reports have been posted on the AOR webpage, and committees will issue second-phase reports on any unresolved issues.
Hendricks, a Traverse City junior, and Rose, a Nashville sophomore, defeated presidential candidate and Indiana senior Shane Guenin and vice presidential candidate and Greenville senior Allison Harrison.
Three panelists talked about upcoming redistricting in Michigan, the effects of gerrymandering and paid respects to former Griffin Chair Maxine Berman during "The Redistricting Dilemma: How the Political Map Determines Elections" event April 9 in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
The College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences describes the event, saying saying the panelists “will discuss redistricting, the process used to determine voting districts and boundaries, and how the political map determines elections.”
He replaces Kathleen Wilbur, who was appointed to executive vice president for Government and External Relations at Michigan State University last month. Roth said he will remain in the position until a new president appoints him or another candidate permanently.
The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) awarded Central Michigan University with accreditation with commendation through 2024.
During Greek Week's annual Mock Rock, members of Greek Life were able to jam out to throwback songs and compete in a dance battle, followed by the announcement of the total donations raised by Greeks during Greek Week.
In a University Communications press release issued April 5, Provost Michael Gealt announced that Kathy Irwin has been appointed as CMU's dean of University Libraries, effective immediately.
The panel, titled “Hearing Diverse Voices: Students of Color Speak About Their Experiences at CMU,” was created by educational leadership faculty member Matt Johnson, who is the chair of the Multicultural and Diversity Education Council (MDEC), a committee within Academic Senate.