Central Michigan University President Dr. George E. Ross is one of four finalists for the vacancy at the University of Nebraska.
Central Michigan University’s Harold Abel Lecture series last week hosted Professor Steven Hochstadt from Illinois College.
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. Read more
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.
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
Sexual assault on college campuses has recently been a topic of discussion on the national stage.
Tuesday CMU students were pushing for stronger punishments. Read more