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“The most important thing is to be able to acknowledge other (communication) styles and change how you communicate for them."
Ross testified before the Michigan Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Feb. 22 at the Michigan Capitol Building in Lansing. Among the items Ross discussed were efforts to increase state funding and an update on the university’s sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination policies.
Hosted by the College of Business Administration, the event takes place from noon-3:30 p.m. in Grawn Hall.
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CMU Health is now offering new cosmetic services to the community at the primary and specialty care clinic on campus.
The Global Ambassador program began in Spring 2018 as part of the Office of International Affairs. It is overseen by International Student Advisor Megan Hofer and graduate assistant Habeebat Diaw. Diaw herself is an international student from Senegal.
Registration starts at noon in Moore Hall room 105. Four panels, each with multiple speakers, will take place in Moore Hall 105 from 1-5 p.m. There will be time for questions after each session.
Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson, dean of the College of Education and Human Services, said Corbett worked as a teacher, principal, coach and superintendent at school around Michigan before coming to CMU.
Milletti will read some of her work at 8 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Charles V. Park Library Baber Room.
Ross attended six meetings during the day and attended Owens' classes, taking notes for her, while Owens acted in nine meetings on behalf of Ross, who said he has been working for about 11 hours.
"By having a model that is quite constrained and systematic, we are trying to figure out whether we can identify a specific mechanism that causes this (disease)," Park said.
Andrew Spencer from the School of Music has been serving as interim associate dean since 2016.
Laughs, gasps and tears were among the various reactions of audience members at a showing of "Nor Any Drop to Drink," a documentary about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
The competition was separated into two games consisting of four 20-minute rounds. At the end of game one, the teams were split into two categories with the top 20 teams put into flight one and the bottom 20 teams into flight two. Game two continued with teams competing with the other teams in their flight.
The board convened Feb. 15 for its formal meeting, which also included the next steps to identify CMU’s next president and a reiteration of the university’s sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination policies.
Both films dealt with the theme of love, whether the meaning of love was a passion for art or a romance between two people.
“We always want more (and) better but (President George Ross) has been very conscious to making sure we don’t compromise quality,” Johnson said.
Barrie Wilkes, vice president of Finance and Administrative Services, presented to members of the Board of Trustees Feb. 14 as part of the Finance and Facilities Committee.
“The universe will take care of the thank you notes, I promise.”