Four Michigan schools are being recognized by the State Department of Education for their programs preparing students for future careers.
The Headlands Dark Sky Park in Emmet County is beginning the new year with a new award.
Next month, the park will receive the Innovative Recreation Programming award from the Michigan Recreation and Parks Association. Continue reading
Central Michigan University has received a national award that recognizes its ability to make its diverse student population feel right at home. Continue reading
Mid-Michigan Community College, based in Clare county, is receiving recognition for its plastics engineering program.
A long-time DNR biologist has been recognized with a state award. Continue reading
The national Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship is an annual award presented to 32 teachers for furthering of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM education.
And this year, one of the recipients is a spring graduate from Central Michigan University. Continue reading
The Michigan State Police recently gave their 2013 Trooper of year award to a Central Michigan University alumni who has served as a state trooper for 17 years. Continue reading
A national award for neuroscience has been awarded to Central Michigan University. The University’s neuroscience program has been named as the top program in the nation for 2013 by the world organization, Society for Neuroscience. Continue reading