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Helping students achieve their goals in life is not usually what comes to mind when signing a minor.The new student affairs minor will allow students to a pursue a career as a mentor to other students at universities and to help them outside of the classroom.
Faculty of the Institute for Great Lakes Research displayed their work to the public for the first time Wednesday in Rowe Hall's Museum of Cultural and Natural History.
Michigan is well known for the card game euchre. It is
common to find Michigan natives to have learned it from
family or close friends.Students at Central Michigan University were able to deal the regional game during Euchre Night Tuesday at the Program Board event.
“This is the first euchre tournament we’ve had in about 4
years and we wanted to do something that got students together as a means to
meet new people and new friends,” said junior Catherine Patterson, a member of Program Board.She said many students requested a game night.
When Frankenmuth senior Brittany Garcia traveled abroad through Central Michigan University's Honor Program for the first time, she didn't expect the Garcia has studied abroad three times and been to a total of 10 countries through CMU, but going to China through the Honors Program was her first.studied in China Italy France Spain, other six traveled toChina--3 week program, was a global citizenship course through honors program.
the library was started in 1954. Norman Clarke was CMU alum, and a book collector. Book collectors are a unique breed of people that have a weird facilitation with collecting and a lot of money.
Members of Central Michigan's fixed-term faculty took to the sidewalk between the Charles V. Park Library and Fabiano Botanical Gardens to present "A Day in the Life of an Adjunct," which illustrated difficulties of the role of non-tenure or tenure track faculty.Adjuncts (or fixed-term faculty, as they are called to at Central Michigan) are those that are given contracts to act as an instructor that can range from only a single semester to two years.
This has basically been a constant change. Most of this went live last year, a few things went live the year before.
Walk in the shoes of a transgender studentBy Kate CarlsonStaff Reporter Connie Smith presented as a male when she first arrived at Central Michigan University.
For the final SGA meeting of the year, Senator Rebecca Detroyer has been elected Senate Leader for the 2015/2016 school year.
During Central Michigan University's four commencement ceremonies on May 8 and 9, there will be three different speakers.The doctoral ceremony will begin at 4 p.m.
The Museum of Cultural and Natural History will be presenting an exhibit on the Institute for Great Lakes Research April 15 in Rowe Hall. This exhibit will showcase the research of nine Central Michigan faculty members who study the great lakes as members of the IGLR.
Of the 572
students who studied abroad last year, 61% of them studied abroad during the
Assistant Director of Study Abroad Amber Schneider, many students opt to study
abroad during the summer to follow their academic plans and make sure they’re
completely their sequenced courses in time.
Smoke will billow from behind Whitman Hall until around 10:00 a.m.
Central Michigan University's Cultural Resource Management graduate program will offer students the opportunity to study anthropology, public history and museum studies under a single certificate.Classes began in fall, starting seven (wait on confirmation for that number) students on the multidisciplinary program that will train them to preserve, advocate for and study cultural resources.President of the Cultural Resource Management Graduate Student Society Steven Smendzuik Brittney Fremion, Jay Martin and Sarah Surface-Evans represent the fields of public history, museum studies and anthropology within the program.
Boards are a part of three test series. Take them to be a doctor, in order to go to third year you have to pass step one.
Campus Grow, a student organization dedicated to local foods and sustainability, recently launched a petition for an on campus Farmer's Market.The petition states that many universities in Michigan already have farmer's markets and that CMU should join in on the trend.
Threads Fashion ShowBy Kate CarlsonStaff ReporterThe seventeenth annual Threads Fashion Show will take place in the Central Michigan University Event Center on Saturday April 25.
Sworn in Monday night at the U.C. Rotunda, Chuck Mahone and Maggie Blackmer will serve as SGA president and vice president for the 2015/2016 school year.
The provost, the
College of Communication and Fine Arts and the College of Education and Human
Services are providing the funding for a MakerBot Innovation Center at Central
Innovation Center will provide students with access to more 3D printers and
will provide faculty with opportunities to use the technology for their
will be used in the Department of Art and Design and the Fashion Merchandising
and Design program, in addition to being used for other programs and projects.“It’s an
interesting and different way to make sculptures or make prototypes of
sculptures,” said Fraser junior Kenzie Eddy, who is a graphic design student.
“It’s also interesting for expanding designs into 3D, making an artist think
about that design differently to bring it into physical form.”Lowell senior
Anna Scudder, a fashion merchandising and design student, said 3D printers are
useful for prototypes and patterns and can also be used for shoes.“We never
thought to use (this technology) for fashion and now we’re going to think of
new, innovative ways to use it and hopefully that sparks other things too,”
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.