Michigan’s first ever certified beer fermentation program is now accepting applications.
His message was that teachers, at all levels, are vital to the future of the country, given the role they play in preparing young people for careers and life.
Central Michigan University announced this week that it plans to offer a Masters of Engineering Degree.
Central Michigan University announced this week that plans remain on schedule for two College of Medicine campus sites in Saginaw.
Central Michigan University has officially introduced its 28th head football coach, John Bonamego.
There’s a new tool aimed at addressing this issue by bringing driving simulations right into the patients home. Continue reading
It garnered national attention last year after a list was released revealing a federal investigation of dozens of colleges for their handling of sexual abuse claims. Continue reading
The “Sprout Lab” is an entrepreneurship program focused on identifying agricultural innovators, and engaging them in the state’s entrepreneur ecosystem. Continue reading
Central Michigan University is home to the new Autism Assessment and Treatment Center.
A new Master of Public Health degree will become available for graduates looking to serve rural and medically underserved areas. Continue reading
As the year comes to a close people often reflect back on memorable moments from the past year. Continue reading
Central Michigan University’s football team is enjoying the sun in Bahamas today, as it prepares for tomorrow’s Popeyes Bahamas Bowl.
Scientist’s aren’t known for sharing the glory of an extraordinary discovery, but some researchers working on Great Lakes restoration are trying to change that publish-or-perish mentality. Continue reading
Smack dab in the center of the Lower Peninsula, miles from the shores of the Great Lakes, lies a somewhat unexpected but active participant in the restoration and protection of Michigan’s waterways. Continue reading
In an ironic twist on the food web, an invasive snail has become a bird killer.
The faucet snail is a half inch brown or black creature. It’s also the carrier of a lethal parasite.
Dr. Don Uzarski is a biologist at Central Michigan University. He says this snail is bad news.
“It’s an intermediate host for a parasite. What happens when waterfowl consume an infected snail, the adult trematode then attacks the internal organs of the duck, ultimately killing the organism.”
In an attempt to control the faucet snail populations, biologists from CMU and geologists from the United States Geological Survey have combined efforts to map out known habitats.
Uzarski says so far efforts to kill the snails have not made a dent in their numbers.
At this point the parasite is only known to effect waterfowl.
CMU is a recognized leader when it comes to Great Lakes research.
The board will consider adding a Master of Public Health degree to the list of available programs at CMU. Continue reading
Central Michigan University President Dr. George E. Ross is one of four finalists for the vacancy at the University of Nebraska.
The Holocaust historian is bringing to light the less prominent if not unknown story of Jewish refugees who fled Nazi persecution in Europe to settle in Shanghai, China.
Officials with CMU’s College of Medicine are reacting to an influx of grant money that was awarded to their program, this week.
College and beer is usually a traditional combination with the students on the drinking side of the operation, says a Central Michigan University official, but a new program at CMU is hoping to train the next generation of users.
The Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance held a STEM conference Thursday to a sold out group at Central Michigan University.
STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering and Math. More than 700 people attended the conference. Continue reading
Central Michigan University is hosting a panel discussion to educate students about the school’s new sexual misconduct policy.
Central Michigan University President George Ross has been announced as one of four finalists for the position of President of the University of Nebraska.
In front of a crowd of over 750 students, RJ Mitte gave a speech on a subject he has personal experience with…breaking adversity. Continue reading