A dozen Central Michigan University physical therapy students have ventured north to continue their studies,not at CMU, but at Michigan Tech in Houghton. Read more
The project consisted of more than nine thousand pictures. Read more
Negotiations three years ago went well in the school year and included a faculty strike.
This year, the two sides met for two-days to reach a contract.
Joshua Smith, the President of the Faculty Association said, to him, that looks like progress, “I think the fact that we’re talking about it right now, the end of July, is an indication that it went fairly well.”
This new contract is unique in that lasts five years, longer that any earlier agreement between the University and the Faculty.
Robert Boonin was the attorney who acted as spokesperson for the University. He said the longer contract shows trust between the two parties.
“I think it reflects that there’s just a lot of faith between the parties,” he said. “That they were able to hammer out an agreement that they think they can live with for five years and work together for five years under that agreement. So I think that it’s a very good indication as to the parties relationship.”
CMU’s College of Medicine has been busy making sure that it’s second class of medical students begins work this fall with a full roster. Read more
While students are busy enjoying their summer breaks, CMU is busy making progress in construction of new facilities. Read more
Central Michigan University is searching for a new Dean of its College of Medicine. Read more
Plans are now running just ahead of schedule for Central Michigan University’s ninety-five million ($95 million) Bio Sciences Building.
Earlier this year we told you about Central Michigan University’s plan to provide mobile health care to Michigan. Read more
Medicine is usually seen as something that benefits people. It’s for the greater good, But an exhibit at Central Michigan University shows that if it’s taken to extremes, medicine can be deadly.
For a lot of people running a single race is a huge goal, but for CMU Employee Brad Kloha, one race is barely a warm up.