Breaking Bad co-star, RJ Mitte, answers student questions during a Q&A segment following his speech.
This week Central Michigan University’s program board hosted an event on equality and diversity with featured guest speaker, RJ Mitte.
In front of a crowd of over 750 students, RJ Mitte gave a speech on a subject he has personal experience with…breaking adversity. Read more
It’s not unusual to see people taking photos, but more and more these days the camera is turned toward the photographer. Two CMU professors have authored a new study on why people are so attached to the ‘selfie’. Read more
A symposium on the risks and rewards of international reporting was held at Central Michigan University recently.
Reporters risk their lives every day when reporting from the front lines of military conflicts. Read more
Michigan’s juvenile justice system will be getting an overhaul in an effort to improve outcomes for youths.
Michigan was one of four states selected by the National Governors Association to examine ways to improve the juvenile justice system.
Central Michigan University is getting it’s name out on the national circuit again and this time it’s through racing.
CMU’s Baja Student Team has been competing in national collegiate Baja car racing for the last decade. Read more
People who interact with children and young adults with special needs are being invited to a special conference on the campus of Central Michigan University this weekend.
The focus of the conference will be improving communication skills between parents and professionals to help young people with special needs, said Sarah Cassavaugh. She’s with the Michigan Alliance for Families, which is sponsoring the event. Read more
Northern Michigan agriculture is receiving a boost through new grant money, as a result of the 2014 Farm Bill.
The USDA’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program will provide nearly $2 million to support 30 Michigan specialty crop projects throughout the state. Read more
Listen up! The Michigan Health Endowment Fund is conducting a listening tour throughout the state and they want to hear from you.
The next stop , and the only northern Michigan meeting remaining, is October 14 in Traverse City. Read more
Bullying is something we’ve all experienced or seen in one form or another. The documentary, Bully, aired Monday on PBS. The program showcases the ugly truths of modern day bullying.
The 2011 documentary film Bully, follows the lives of 5 kids and their families over the course of a school year, as they deal with bullying. Read more
A Michigan school district has garnered national attention for being a leader in educational robotics.
The Grandville Robodawgs began designing, building and programming competitive robots as one high school robotics team in 1998. Read more