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New Venture winners

(10/01/17 3:11pm)

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. 


"Humans of New York" founder shares his story, stresses importance of hard work

(09/29/17 9:51am)

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.





Board of Trustees committees discuss strategic plan, Integrated Health Studies Building

(09/20/17 8:24pm)

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 of a New Age: Central Michigan University's oldest on-campus building gets much needed makeover says faculty, students

(09/17/17 6:56pm)

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.  





President Ross signee of letter to Sen. Stabenow supporting DACA students, faculty and staff draft own DACA support letter

(09/10/17 9:06pm)

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.







Union files Demand to Bargain with university over contract

(08/28/17 3:13pm)

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.