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The academic reorganization initiative completed its first review phase Jan. 29 with the public release of preliminary recommendations from the provost and three committees, which include academic structure, academic support and responsibility centered management.
The last professor from Central Michigan University to win this award was Geography and Environmental Studies Department Chair Mark Francek in 2016.
Mercer, the Gustave M. Berne professor of philosophy at Columbia University, spoke twice Feb. 1-2 in Central Michigan University's Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
Attendees toured the facilities and the research currently happening while learning how they can get involved.
Plachta continued to be active after her husband's death in 2008, contributing to The Morning Sun as a weekly columnist.
Surgical residents will be welcomed into CMED's Saginaw location starting in July, according to a University Communications press release issued Feb. 2.
The event kicked off Black History Month at Central Michigan University. It was sponsored by Multicultural Academic Student Services.
Hosted by the American Chemical Society – Student Members, a student organization that focuses on chemistry and aims for more community interaction.
Christia Mercer, the Gustave M. Berne professors of philosophy at Columbia, will deliver two presentations.
Every year, Central Michigan University takes the month of February to celebrate African American achievements and culture.
The preliminary reports of the Academic Organizational Review were released on Jan. 29 after the three committees concluded their first phase of work. Senators asked questions and addressed concerns about specifics of the reorganization.
Student credit hours declined by 1.6 percent more than predicted, according to the release. Barrie Wilkes, vice president for Finance and Administrative Services, stated that this is a "manageable rate."
Located on the third floor of the Park Library, Central Michigan University’s newest Writing Center location opened at the beginning of the Spring 2018 semester.
More than 100 people gathered Jan. 25 in the Bovee University Center Auditorium for a Speak Up, Speak Out discussion titled "Fake News: Why Should You Care".
Complete coverage of the end of George Ross' tenure as president of CMU.
In his 53-minute address, Snyder focused on Michigan's improvements since he took office in 2010. He focused on looking to the future with efforts to improve education, talent, infrastructure and other topics.
The senate's ability to vote on legislation and elect members of the organization to leadership positions hinges on the number of people present - 16.
In 2011, Jeff Hoyle of the College of Business Administration initiated a program for students to work directly with companies in an authentic environment.
Ross plans to return to CMU and teach in 2019. He has taught in the College of Business Administration and has guest lectured. He is tenured in educational leadership.
In a letter to the CMU community Jan. 22, Chair William Weideman said an open forum will be scheduled “to engage the entire campus community and gather input about the qualifications and skill set necessary in our next leader.”