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Nearly 300 students and faculty filled French Auditorium on Friday and voiced their concerns about the Central Michigan University's projected two-year $20 million budget deficit. In a forum headed by Vice President of Finance and Administration Barrie Wilkes and Provost Michael Gealt, among the questions raised involved an increased subsidy in athletics and the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences
About 100 people attended the Joint Union Council Town Hall Meeting regarding layoffs on April 19, including faculty and students.
Paying attention to surroundings was emphasized by Andres Tapia, a senior partner for Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting, during his keynote address at Central Michigan University’s Diversity and Inclusion Symposium on Wednesday in the Bovee University Center Rotunda.The symposium highlighted trends of diversity and inclusion.
Tensions within the state of the budget crisis continue to be high with faculty, especially in the Academic Senate.In Tuesday afternoon’s meeting, the senate seemed to continually question President Ross, regarding the certain implications and specifics of budget cuts.
Central Michigan University's Budget Priorities Committee have scheduled an all-campus budget forum at 3:30 p.m.
Sitting in Anspach Hall, Guy Newland reflects on his scholarly research of the Buddhist tradition.
Joint Union Council members will have to fundamentally change the thinking of administrators when it comes to diagnosing the deficit’s root cause.
Central Michigan University has announced its commencement speakers for its May ceremonies.More than 3,000 students will receive CMU degrees from May 5-7, according to a university press release. The College of Medicine's first graduating class will graduate on May 7.Muriel Howard, president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; Gail Torreano, retired senior vice president of AT&T Employee Communications and Corporate Sponsorships; Carter Oosterhouse, star of TLC's "Trading Spaces; Pamela Spencer, director of regulatory affairs and product stewardship at ANGUS Chemical Co.; and A.
Group members are asking students to attend the meeting to garner support from student leaders.
The proposal to the new UP Subgroup IV-D was finally voted on and passed during Tuesday afternoon’s Academic Senate meeting with a 64 percent in favor, and 36 percent opposed.
As Central Michigan University administrators face an estimated $20 million budget deficit, the elimination and reduction of courses is a major possibility.Greg Smith, chairperson of the Department of History, said his department plans to slash 16 courses.
Retiring faculty members will be honored at the 2017 Spring Retirement Ceremony on April 10, 2017.“The significance of this event is to celebrate retirees for their dedication and service to the university,” said Daun Pass, event coordinator.
Some custodians and maintenance staff employees have concerns about layoffs and outsourcing, according to the president and other members of the union that represents them.As Central Michigan University administrators grapple with a two-year $20 million budget deficit, service, maintenance and custodial employees on campus believe both situations are likely, said Karen Witer, president of AFSCME Local #1568 and a custodian at CMU.President George Ross said in March that the deficit is almost “certain” to produce layoffs by the end of this semester.
Four years ago, when he first started developing the idea that would become Multi-Dimensional Manufacturing, Nick Dubiel never would've dreamed that he would be winning the $30,000 prize for Best Overall Venture at Central Michigan University's New Venture Competition.The Michigan Technological University In addition to the $30,000, Dubiel and Crocker received
For students like Neha Srivastava and her team, Friday could end up being one of the most important days of their business career.For the past couple months, Srivastava has been working alongside Anant Patwa and Saurabh Ghosh.
The projected $20 million dollar deficit that the university is currently facing took a prominent role as the topic of discussion at Tuesday afternoon’s Academic Senate meeting.
Union leaders of nine employee groups plan to meet with their constituents in a joint Union Council session on March 20.
Kaye Reimers serves as co-president of Students Advocating Gender Equality at Central Michigan University, often providing a voice for the group.
According to Central Michigan University administrators, the 2017-18 fiscal year is likely to bring with it a $6 million deficit.
A town hall discussion about the possibility of opening a Gender and Sexuality Center at Central Michigan University is slated for 7 p.m.