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Academic Senate expressed resistance against a bill in the US Congress which could affect graduate students and their research on campus during the meeting on Nov. 21.
The ceremonies will combine August and prospective December graduates, according to the release. There are 872 August graduates and more than 1,800 prospective December graduates.
The College of Business Administration will host a workshop for student-led teams preparing for April's New Venture Competition 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10 in Grawn Hall room 278.
Academic Senate passed a new initiative for handling degree revisions.
Of the seven academic colleges at Central Michigan University, the College of Business Administration is the only one to see a growth in overall undergraduate enrollment over the past five years.
Known as "Little Miss Flint," Copeny visited CMU on Monday, Nov. 6 and met with President George Ross, who presented Copeny with a four-year, $25,000 scholarship to attend the university, according to a CMU News release.
Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration has begun offering a graduate-level online program titled Master of Entrepreneurial Transactions.
The committees which will oversee the progress for the academic and administrative reorganization initiative were announced Oct. 11 on CMU News.
According to CMU News, $500,000 of the Oppermans' donation will go toward expanding CMU's leadership experiences. The Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute is located in Powers Hall.
The reorganization initiative began in August after approval from the CMU Board of Trustees. The university hopes to implement changes by the 2018-19 fiscal year.
Davison and Provost Michael Gealt answered questions from an audience made up of mostly faculty and staff during an open forum Friday in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium
Ian Davison, senior vice provost of the academic reorganization initiative, will give a presentation on the reorganization effort and will be followed by a Q&A session at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
Inspired by the College of Business Administration's annual New Venture Competition, four Central Michigan University students under the team name Embrace are working to create the bra to help survivors of breast cancer.
The team is looking to secure a deal to get the app endorsed by Central Michigan University. The app, named Guarded, will function as a mobile version of the Blue Light phones, sending immediate alerts to campus police and emergency contacts in the user’s phone once activated.
Hailey Polidori, left, and Bryan Caragay, right, give a presentation on their smartphone app Guarded during the New Venture Competition on Friday, March 24, 2017, in the Education and Human Services Building.
More than 40 students and community members waited anxiously outside Plachta Auditorium Thursday, Sept. 28 to hear Brandon Stanton speak. As the doors opened, students flooded in, trying their best to get close to the stage. Over the course of a half-hour, the venue filled with more than 200 people before the speech began.
Brandon Stanton, photographer, author and founder of “Humans of New York” will deliver a speech at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28 in Plachta Auditorium.
Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration held a ribbon cutting event Thursday, Sept. 21 to showcase the new and improved Grawn Hall in front of the donors that helped make it possible.
CMU released an agenda earlier this week. Trustees will vote on a motion approving university strategies and initiatives for the year ended June 30, 2018.
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.