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In 2014, the city entered an agreement with Central Michigan University to administer and enforce the city's metered parking adjacent to campus.The CMU parking enforcement team is responsible for issuing citations, processing payments, handling complaints and appeals and collecting unpaid citations.
Warriner Hall will remain closed this week as the asbestos cleanup procedure has added three more items to address. The building was closed on May 29 when elevated levels of asbestos were found in the air after crews working on waterlines noticed insulation and old pipes in an air duct in the building's crawl space.Warriner's mechanical room was cleaned over the weekend according to a press release sent out today. The next step in the cleanup process is installing a new air handling system for the President's Office.
Journalism faculty member Sara Kubik has filed a federal lawsuit against Central Michigan University and several individuals for sex discrimination, pregnancy discrimination and retaliation.Those named in the suit are the Board of Trustees, Provost Michael Gealt, Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts Shelly Hinck, Maria Marron and journalism faculty members Lori Brost and Tim Boudreau, who is also a member of the Board of Student Publications for Central Michigan Life.Kubik filed four counts, including sex and pregnancy discrimination under Title VII. A branch of the Civil Rights act of 1964, Title VII protects individuals against employment discrimination on the bases of race and color, national origin, sex and religion.
Six ducklings and one mother duck have made Brook's Greenhouse their home this summer. For three years a mother duck has migrated to the greenhouse in May to lay her eggs.
Warriner Hall will remain closed as abatement crews have expanded their work to include ductwork on the first, second and third floors and the mechanical room in the basement.
Central Michigan University Research Corporation, an on-campus organization devoted to helping small businesses, hosted "Food Truck Friday," for the second year on today in the CMURC parking lot. The event was started last year by CMURC to help entrepreneurs launch and network their business' with the community.
Warriner Hall has been temporarily closed due to elevated levels of asbestos found in the air on the first and second floors of the building.Employees and guests will be temporarily reassigned to other locations or will work from home.
Warriner Hall will remain closed today due to elevated asbestos levels on the first and second floors of the building.
Warriner Hall will be closed for the remainder of the week as a portion of the building is still being cleared by contractors. The university is working with Fibertec, a Holt environmental consulting firm, which did more testing yesterday. The university's Office of Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety was informed Friday about the elevated asbestos levels.
Business in Medicine hosted "The Pulse of Health" today in the Central Michigan University Medical College Auditorium. The event focused on how telemedicine has improved the health of veterans in the U.S.
Academic Orientation is kicking off as potential students tour campus this week. The orientation program provides future students with an in depth introduction to campus prior to their first day of classes.
For 13 years Karen Roth said she has received more than she can ever give during the State Summer Special Olympic Games.What Roth, coordinator for Special Smiles, has received is the smiles of thousands of special athletes as they visit the Special Smiles booth at the Heathy Athletes event.
Business in Medicine, a medical student organization, will host The Pulse of Telehealth at 5 p.m.
Despite the chance of rain, more than 5,000 Special Olympians, coaches, chaperones and volunteers danced into the night at the closing ceremony of the Special Olympics Summer Games at Kelly/Shorts stadium.An annual tradition, the Bay City Moose Riders were in attendance, signing autographs and displaying their motorcycles for the athletes.
Phil Cowan promised himself he would do better at the next State Summer Special Olympics, today Cowan screamed in victory as he fulfilled that promise. Cowan competed in the 2015 Summer Olympics Special Olympics and lifted 165 pounds in the first round, 175 in the second round and 180 in the third round.
Sandy Hodges remembers watching the Special Olympics Summer Games when she was a student at Central Michigan University.A 1978 alumna, Hodges said the games were smaller when they first started and were held at Finch Fieldhouse.Today, dozens of volleyball teams packed into the Student Activity Center for the division volleyball tournament of the 2015 Summer Games.
What do they do all year long? -Five big tournaments-Coordinate Polar Plunges-How many people work for SOMI?-Relationship between CMU and SOMIHistory contact: CEO Lois Arnold (989) 774-7198Chief Program Officer Ann Guzdzial (989) 774-7197
More than 2,600 Special Olympians marched into Kelly/Shorts Stadium today for the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Summer Games.Accompanied by nearly 1,000 chaperones and coaches, the athletes were greeted with high fives and cheers from volunteers and members of the community. Chief executive officer and president of Special Olympics Michigan Lois Arnold greeted the athletes."You are no longer on the sidelines, you are now on the field," she said.Arnold also congratulated the volleyball team and power lifter that will compete in the World Games in Los Angeles on July 25.
Two years ago Amal Eabalre was told by her doctor she was unable to play in the Special Olympic Games, today Eabalre proved her doctor wrong by participating in not just one, but four Special Olympic Games. Eabalre is just one of hundreds of special olympians that played bocce ball today at Central Michigan University's Field Hockey Field.
The Union of Teaching Faculty marched through campus as a new contract bargaining period kicked off today.The march was in support of the UTF bargaining team that hopes to adhere to their 360 members needs and concerns to improve their current working conditions.