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Surrounded by microphones, a Mac Desktop computer and a soundboard, Patrick Budesky adjusts the levels of the recording to make sure they’re balanced and that all stray frequencies are fixed.The Novi senior is the production manager of Moore Media Records, an independent, student-run record label that was created in the spring of 2005.
of Art and Design is waiting on approval for a change in the studio art
What used to be
two separate concentrations, 2-dimensional art and 3-dimensional art, will now
be a single studio degree if approved by the academic senate, according to art
department chair Larry Burditt.This change will
allow students more freedom in choosing the courses that count towards their
February 20, Central Michigan University hosted the first annual Michigan
Undergraduate and Graduate Communication Conference.
Communication Conference was put on by the communication area in the Department
of Communication and Dramatic Arts and was organized by Kirsten Weber, director
of graduate studies and assistant professor of communication.Weber organized
the conference because she saw a need in the region for a conference where
undergraduate and graduate students could showcase their work.
Three College of
Communication and Fine Arts Dean candidates have been selected to visit Central
Michigan University’s campus for interviews starting Monday, February 23.
The search committee is led by Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson, the dean of the College of Education and Human Services. The three
candidates selected by the search committee after last week’s Skype interviews
will also have open forums in Chamichian Hall in the Music Building starting
Tuesday. The three finalists are Steven Block, Department of Music chair at the University of New Mexico, Janet Hethorn, director of the Delaware Design Institute at the University of Delaware, and Shelly Hinck, interim dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts at CMU. Their interviews and open forums will take place throughout the week. Steven Block will visit campus on
Monday and Tuesday.
On February 20,
Central Michigan University will host the first annual Michigan Undergraduate
and Graduate Communication Conference.The MUG
Communication Conference is free and open to the public.
Surrounded by journalists twice her age, Caroline Powers saw Senator Gary Peters exit the building in Detroit, fresh from winning the November election.
of Art and Design at Central Michigan University now has eight tablets that are
available for their students to use.
received Wacom Centiq tablets after department chair Larry Burditt prepared a
proposal, asked the faculty for input, and then reviewed it with the
departmental executive committee.
Breton language expert and CMU alumnus Wayne Mockerman returned to his alma-mater Wednesday to present a documentary he helped produce for the Brittany channel of France Télévisions. "Hañvezh 44, va dever koun," or "My Duty to Remember," is a documentary covering the 70th anniversary of D-Day commemoration in Normandy.
In January 2015, Central Michigan University made a seven-year summer internship agreement
with Weber Shandwick China for public relations students.
learn about sales and Broadcast and Cinematic Arts majors learn about the media
industry, but according to BCA professor Amy Sindik, the BCA Alumni Advisory
Board said very few graduates have the combination of those skills.
To address this,
Central Michigan University’s BCA department reached out to the Marketing
Department and developed the Electronic Media Sales minor.“The goal of the
program is to have more students who are ready to work in media sales positions
by the time they graduate,” Sindik said.To achieve this
goal, BCA Director Pete Orlik reached out to the marketing department and they
agreed that it would make sense to offer a minor that combined marketing and
BCA courses.According to
Sindik, a committee of two members from BCA and two members from marketing
looked at what classes would prepare students the most for a career in media
like this in Michigan and we haven’t seen anything exactly like this in the
United States,” Sindik said.
With College of Communications and Fine Arts Dean Salma Ghanem announcing her resignation from her position at Central Michigan University, university officials must now embark on the task of finding a suitable replacement.Among those sets of skills, Gealt said he is looking for a candidate who has previously held a significant tenured academic or administrative position, someone with administrative and budgetary experience, but also candidates who have made major contributions to their former university in the realm of academics as a professor.Working with Academic Search firm and the Dr.The application deadline for the position ended Jan.
After French journalists were killed in an attack on francophone magazine Charlie Hebdo, for alleged racists satire, the national debate was brought to Central Michigan University.
With the passing of renowned multimedia specialist for the Muskegon Chronicle and MLive and a beloved graduate of Central Michigan University, a Ken Stevens endowment fund has been created to honor all that he has done throughout his many years.
Central Michigan University's graphic design program will
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With College of Communications and Fine Arts Dean Salma Ghanem announcing her resignation from her position at Central Michigan University, university officials must now embark on the task of finding a suitable replacement.
For Provost Michael Gealt, the search to replace an academic administrator as respected as Ghanem will not be an easy task.
"It will be difficult to replace Salma because of her many soft skills that she brought with her, aside from the valuable academic skills she has," Gealt said.
Earlier this week, Ghanem accepted a dean's position in the College of Communication at DePaul University in Chicago. She made her department aware of her departure in an email sent out mid-day Monday.
In the email, Ghanem expressed her love for the college she served for nearly five years.
Students in professor Sean Baker's journalism classes were notified by email Monday that he would not be teaching for the next two weeks.
Baker told Central Michigan Life that he was taking a "personal leave of absence due to ongoing health issues."
"On Saturday (March 1), I went up to work after having a few margaritas," Baker said.
After taking countless stages and classrooms by storm, the award-winning dance company, Jump Rhythm Jazz Project, is bringing its talents to Central Michigan University.
The group, guided by founder Billy Siegenfeld, was formed in 1990 and has since traveled the U.S.
An annual fundraiser for the Central Michigan University School of Music is changing locations this year.
OPUS XVII will be hosted on April 5 in Grand Rapids rather than the traditional on-campus event.
"We're reaching out to alumni in the Grand Rapids area," said John Jacobson, director of music events."Traditionally, (OPUS) is done in the School of Music.