Collaboration between private and public sectors is the main focus of a discussion tonight on the campus of Central Michigan University.
In 1996, General Motors was set to close a Lansing plant and displace seven-thousand workers. A group created a campaign to keep GM in Lansing, and even convinced them to build another plant.
David Hollister and Ray Tadgerson were key in convincing GM to stay in Lansing. Continue reading
A Central Michigan University Professor has traveled the world exhibiting her art.
Her exhibit Through the Lens of Desire was displayed in New York City and just finished displaying in Getxo, Spain.
This year’s event will bring in speakers and organizations to talk about things like safer sex, hunger, volunteering, and more.
Lauren Lynn is the events student coordinator at the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center at CMU.
“Someone was sitting here and was like how can we provide students with education that will preempt them to then do service and then allow to have that reflection. So someone came up with the idea, they had people come in and speak and for the last 16 years we’ve been doing it that same way.”
Lynn says the goal is to inspire students to become more active citizens and help within their community.
Issue Day is scheduled to run Saturday October 15th from 9am to 1pm in the UC rotunda at CMU.
It’s often said when it comes to learning, people remember things they’ve done better than things they’ve heard or read.
Perhaps that’s one reason hands-on research is important in a university environment. Continue reading
The method is called nano-delivery. It sends drugs directly to diseased cells in the lungs, without harming surrounding cells.
This is the second green roof at CMU.The other is on the Education and Human Services building.
The project put more than 600 tons of rock on the reef. Experts say the hope is to rebuild a popular spawning point for native fish.
Central Michigan University College of Medicine has inducted the fourth class – that means the medical school is at capacity.
Dr. George Kikano is dean of the college. Continue reading
Central Michigan University sophomore Austin Brittain created a prosthetic hand with the university’s 3-D printer.
Participating students will provide free health services to senior citizens.
Tom Moore serves as the CMU Dean of Libraries. University officials say he’s the longest serving dean in University history.
A former Central Michigan University journalism professor was arrested Thursday on child pornography charges. On Friday, federal officials released details on the charges against Mark Ranzenberger.
Ranzenberger was arrested May 19 on charges of possessing child pornography. Investigators say they discovered more than a thousand sexually explicit images of girls under the age of 12 on Ranzenberger’s work computer. Continue reading
The Symposium will discuss autism across the lifespan.
Three CMU journalism students will be traveling to Beijing, China to intern at the China Daily- the largest English language newspaper in the country.
Researchers are hoping to show that light made by creatures at the bottom of the ocean can help the human brain. It appears the light can turn off overactive neurons and turn on new neural pathways.
This week Central Michigan University was visited by a buddhist nun, Venerable Thubten Chodron. She’s among the first generation of nuns from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and has started a Buddhist abbey in Washington State.