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Through continued expansion of its online programs and focusing on student needs throughout the country, Central Michigan University's Global Campus brought $23.8 million in net revenue to the university last year.In 2014, Global Campus generated overall revenue of $62.9 million and delivered $23.8 million in net revenue to the university.
After close to $45,000.00 of gift card sales charged to student accounts in 2014, the free ride is over.
Deck the halls with tons of NyQuil
and Halls. Tis the season once again.Flu season, that is, has returned
to ravage the good health of many and college students are at an even higher
A proposed change in wording in Central Michigan University’s
Curricular Authority Document that would have changed the way students could
earn certificates was voted down by the academic senate Jan.
Spending roughly $645,000 on miscellaneous projects during winter break, Facilities Management is not yet done with campus wide repairs.
The system was tested twice this week, in incidents involving an intoxicated student who threatened gun violence and another who carried a holstered weapon on campus in Before the Thanksgiving break, a group representing Central Michigan University administrators, faculty, students and the CMU Police Department met to address communication issues with an Oct.
East Campus Drive will reopen, Monday Jan. 26, after being blocked for a week to make room for construction near Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
University Communications reported an incident earlier this week involving a 25-year-old student who wore a holstered gun while visiting the Veterans’ Resource Center in Warriner Hall Wednesday.CMU Police Chief Bill Yeagley said although the incident happened around 3 p.m. afternoon, police were not notified of it until 10 p.m.
"It was shocking when they said that there are more black or African-American men incarcerated than there were in slavery before the civil war," Detroit Senior Kelsey McKoy said.Three panelists and and an audience of students gathered in the Bovee University Center at noon Thursday to discuss the falsity behind the believe that America exists as a post-racial society.
Michael Iannuzzi, chair of medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University, and a finalist in the search for the next dean of the CMU College of Medicine withdrew from consideration Tuesday. Iannuzzi was one of four candidates being interviewed to replace founding CMED dean Ernest Yoder. CMED has inducted two classes and will accept its third class after April 30.
Establishing programs that allow for health care at a less expense, George Kikano said strategic partnership with other institutions is the back bone of a successful medical school.Kikano is one of four to replace found dean Ernest Yoder as leader of Central Michigan University's College of Medicine.
Five medical students have the opportunity to live in a Saginaw mansion next fall. Zoning officials in Saginaw have allowed five unrelated third or fourth year students to live in an area zoned for single-family homes. The 4,355-square-foot, seven bedroom, Saginaw mansion is owned by Dick Garber.
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Vying to be hired as Central Michigan University College of Medicine's new dean, Klea D. Bertakis met with university and CMED officials in an open forum, Monday Jan.
Christmas break is a time for students to relax, unwind, and catch their breath after an entire semester of working day in and day out, but for the police who make all that possible, Christmas break is a time to work on preparing for another semester of keeping this campus of some 27,000 students safe. "It's pretty quiet over break," says Lieutenant Klaus of CMUPD "but we're still busy."CMUPD divides the Christmas break time into training, checking campus buildings and cars, and equipment maintenance, all while lending their help to other local police departments. "We use the spare time to train," says Klaus "We work on procedural training, appropriate use of force, and we practice with arms, weather permitting."In addition to keeping officers on their toes with training, CMUPD is responsible for checking that all of the administrative and residential buildings on campus remain secure, as well as monitoring the cars still on campus."We are routinely checking to make sure that nothing gets broken into" explains Klaus.Beyond their training and routine patrolling, CMUPD uses the break time to perform maintenance on all their equipment, as well as assisting other local police including Tribal Police and the Mount Pleasant Police Department.
When Assistant Professor Tolga Kaya got an unexpected email from a boy in China asking to work with him on his research, Kaya did not know what to make of him.“I didn’t even know him, I had never even heard of him,” Said Kaya.
Investigation of the death of the Dearborn Heights man who drowned in the Fabiano Botanical Garden early October has been completed by the Central Michigan University Police Department.CMUPD Chief Bill Yeagley said an autopsy was conducted at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, however results will be released to the public by the Isabella County Prosecutor's Office.Police forwarded their report, which contains CMU security camera footage of Hartnett on campus, to Isabella County Prosecuting Attorney Risa Scully.
No charges will be filed in the death of the 18-year-old Dearborn Heights man who was found dead in the Fabiano Botanical Garden pond on Oct.
Spending roughly $ 645,000 on school wide repairs, Facilities Management has been hard at work over the duration of holiday break to ensure that the campus will be up and running for the start of the spring semester.Such repairs include replacing doors and windows within Moore Hall, acoustical upgrades to Staples’ Recital Hall and Percussion Studio, and a replacement of carpeting in Celani and Fabiano Halls.
President George Ross has removed himself from the University of Nebraska president search.Ross announced his withdrawal to Nebraska's Board of Regents before a Friday before sharing his decision with the campus community in a press release.