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CMU has been around since 1892, survived over three fires, and has expanded over four times its original size.Through many presidents, name changes and historical events the university has remained true to it’s roots and provided an increasing number of opportunities to it’s students.
At the ACEJMC
Accrediting Committee meeting on March 21-22 in Chicago, the accrediting committee
recommended Central Michigan University’s journalism program for
ACEJMC will make
the final reaccreditation decision on May 1-2 in Phoenix, Arizona.Jiafei Yin,
interim chair of the Department of Journalism, and Johnny Sparks, associate
chair of the Department of Journalism, attended the meeting in Chicago and
received almost unanimous support from the committee, according to Sparks.Central Michigan
University and Michigan State University have the only accredited journalism
programs in the state.According to
Sparks, the department goes through the reaccreditation process every 6 years,
which includes compiling a report to submit to ACEJMC.
As of Monday, April 6, Chuck Mahone will be the first ever SGA president in CMU’s history to win two terms in office.
If all the refugees in the world were to comprise one nation, that nation would be the 26th largest in the world.
Institutional bowl game expenses for the 2014 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl was submitted to the NCAA April 1. Expenses for transportation, meals, lodging and other costs totalled $595,474. Central Michigan University paid 25 percent of the expenses, $145,474, while the Mid-American Conference provided a $450,000 stipend which covered flight costs and meals for 239 players, staff membersRoom costs at Atlantis Paradise Island are provided free to Central Michigan and Western Kentucky, while passports for all players were paid for by CMU over the summer and received in September in the possibility of receiving this bid.The rooms are paid for from Dec.
Active learning classrooms have recently been introduced to CMU and many science related classes.These classrooms are designed in a way where students can spend their class time collaborating on assignments and problem solving, rather than listening to lectures.
On average students who attend free supplemental learning sessions receive one-half to one full letter grade higher.St.
Outfitted in pink vests and construction hats, representatives from the Susan G. Komen Foundation and Metro Elevator Company gathered at the $95 million Biosciences Building on April 3 for the ceremonious launch of their "Ride the Pink Elevator" campaign. The elevator will be used during the construction of the Biosciences Building.
Michael Hartnett visited Central Michigan University Oct. 3. for the third time, planning on making lasting memories with his friends during the Homecoming Weekend.He drove to Mount Pleasant with non-CMU students Brandon Esseily and Emily Koller, planning on staying with longtime friend Andrew Murray in his Herrig Hall dorm room.
Alcohol abuse is not a new problem, but party culture at Central Michigan University is evolving in a way police and administrators are finding difficult to understand.
April 2 at 8 p.m., the Crescent Duo will perform music based on poetry alongside
other Central Michigan University faculty members in Staples Family Concert
Joanna White and Kennen White, members of the Crescent Duo, were inspired by
the poetry of CMU English professors Robert Fanning and Jeffrey Bean.
Women’s History Month and begin Human Rights Month, Allida Black spoke about
the part of Eleanor Roosevelt’s story that is often not represented in history.The first event
of Human Rights Month, “Eleanor Roosevelt and the Struggle to Define Human
Rights” took place in Central Michigan University’s Park Library Auditorium on
Thirteen students are going to see the inside of a prison more than a dozen times by the end of this semester, but none have committed any crimes.These students, as the members of Central Michigan University's chapter of the Inside/Out program, spend every Tuesday of the Spring 2015 semester in the Central Michigan Correctional Facility in St.
With only about 20 majors and 20 minors in the real estate program, Novi senior Bret Shrader enjoys how personal the classes are for the students. Being the only real estate program offering an undergrad degree in Michigan, the small classes are often full of discussion and helps promote solid relationships between the professors and students.While currently low, the number of students involved in the program has been increasing as awareness of the program is spread at events like the Michigan Association of Realtor' convention and the Urban Landing Convention.
Many passionate students have been working in the Dow Science Complex to combat problems with global health in the form of mycobacterium tuberculosis research.The group currently consists of about eleven students, nine of which are undergraduates and two that are graduate students.
Veterans on Campus Training for faculty and staffBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterThe three-year contract of an online role-playing simulation training called Veterans on Campus is available to faculty and staff of Central Michigan University, but will expire in the fall of 2016.
Voting for SGA President and Vice President, Treasurer, and Senators will continue all throughout this week with polls closing Friday, April 3 at 11:59 P.M.
The nations leading Great Lakes advocate in Congress, Debbie Stabenow, will be on campus at 1 p.m.
A bill for the use of medicinal marijuana on campus for students with chronic illnesses passed Monday night in the House.
The cost of animal research will be partly shifted to faculty under the new per diem policy. On July 1, the start of the fiscal year, faculty will be charged 16 cents per day per cage that they use for research in the university's vivariums.