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The university has pooled $5 million in reserves to patch potential budget holes in case newly-elected state lawmakers mandate funding callbacks in January 2011. Kathy Wilbur, vice president of Government Relations and Public Affairs, said any governor has the authority to issue executive order cuts based on state budget figures.
There is never enough money to fulfill an academic institution’s wishlist, but deans at Central Michigan University are satisfied with the overall funding model.
On average, 54.5 percent of revenue generated by the six colleges at CMU is transferred out of their budgets to fund other entities on campus.
Get ready to sit on the edge of your seats because Central Michigan University’s theatre program has hopes for a standing ovation this year.
For the 2010-11 Season, the University Theatre will put on six different plays consisting of drama, comedy and musicals. There will also be a dance performance done by the Orchesis Dance Theatre.
Veha Chamichian’s house was built for music and Central Michigan University’s musical program was built with her love.
Chamichian, 92, recently donated “well over $200,000” to Central Michigan University’s school of music, said Alison Miller, development director of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.
Shelly Hinck is the new associate dean of Central Michigan University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts.
“I thought that this would be a great opportunity for me to serve the CCFA,” she said.
The job of Central Michigan University’s marching band director is not at stake despite two drunk driving incidents within the last three years. Salma Ghanem, dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, said the college will not discipline 50-year-old James Batcheller.
Shelly Schaefer Hinck, a Central Michigan University communication professor, has been named associate dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Her position is effective July 1. Hinck has been at CMU for more than 20 years and has held positions as assistant, associate and full professor. “We are extremely excited to have Shelly join our administrative team as associate dean,” said Salma Ghanem, dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, in a statement.
Sometimes, it can feel like doctors are speaking a different language.
The Communication and Social Action Conference wants to offer suggestions for how to better understand the health world. The conference takes place today and Thursday in Moore Hall’s Townsend Kiva and is free and open to the public.
Angela Gawne dreams of someday traveling across Europe performing in historical opera houses.
The Flint senior said she loves the way opera demands perfection.
The College of Communications and Fine Arts is preparing open forums next week for the position of associate dean.
Five students stood before a crowd in a small, dimly lit room Wednesday.
One by one, they sang, their voices radiating passion and determination to an audience of about 40.
Central Michigan University is gearing up for Martin Luther King Jr. Week’s keynote speaker — “Lethal Weapon” star and political activist Danny Glover.
The actor, along with friend Felix Justice, will present “An Evening with Martin and Langston.” The two will perform oratories from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The College of Communication and Fine Arts held its first forum for the associate dean position.
Al Wildey, interim associate dean, explained Monday in Moore Hall why he believes he is qualified for the position.
Sue Ann Martin’s transition from running the College of Communications and Fine Arts to teaching as a faculty member has been difficult.
But it also has been worthwhile.
Tonight, there will be murder, espionage, treachery and romance displayed on stage at Bush Theatre.
“Red Herring,” the first university theatre production to run in the 2009-10 season, opens at 7:30 tonight.
Tickets are available at $5 for students and $7 for the public. They can be purchased at the Central Box Office in the Bovee University Center or at the theatre doors.
Shake up a hat and pull out a name.
Things are transitioning quickly at Central Michigan University with at least 15 administrative positions searching new leadership in an array of jumbled switches.
The most recent is Dan Vetter appointed as interim dean of College of Business Administration, effective Aug. 31, from his position as senior associate dean of CBA.
Claudia Douglass became interim vice provost for academic affairs Aug. 10. And Douglass’s former position of associate dean of the College of Science and Technology is still without an interim.