NEWS


2/16/2020, 11:32am

First round of funding for Faculty First initiative announced, 14 faculty projects funded

The Provost's has announced the first round of funding for various faculty projects as a part of the “Faculty First” initiative. 14 faculty members were given funding, totaling $47,950.

The Provost’s office has announced the first round of funding for various faculty projects as a part of the “Faculty First” initiative. 14 faculty members were given funding, totaling $47,950. This is the first donation of $2 million total that has been dedicated to faculty at EMU.  


2/16/2020, 2:16pm

Police Blotter: Feb. 7 - Feb. 15

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Feb. 7 through Feb. 15.


2/16/2020, 11:35am

New academic program in Civil Engineering approved

A new academic program for a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering was approved by the Board of Regents on Feb. 13. The program is “STEM-designated” and will emphasize structural engineering, transportation, water resources, environmental engineering, and construction engineering.  


2/16/2020, 10:54am

EMU UACDC hosts internship fair

The EMU  University Advising & Career Development Center hosted an internship fair for students. 53 internship-providing organizations and four resource providing organizations were available for students to explore. 


2/9/2020, 1:48pm

Our World, Our Story: A Conversation with Jay’Len Boone

Jay’Len Boone came to EMU’s Honors College to talk about his success as the eighth United States Youth Observer to the United Nations. An open panel discussion followed the lecture. This event was one of first this year in celebration of Black History Month.


2/9/2020, 12:39pm

Police Blotter: Feb. 3 - Feb. 5

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Feb. 3 through Feb. 5


2/9/2020, 10:54am

Ypsilanti plans to further monetize parking

Ypsilanti’s parking is being updated with paid and time-limited parking as well as updated meters. These updates may be costly but according to Mayor Beth Bashert, revenue will be generated from the project that will make up for the cost. 


2/8/2020, 6:41pm

Everything you need to know about recreational marijuana in Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti is now accepting applications for dispensaries to receive a permit to sell recreationally. The application will close on March 4 and there is no set date for when those that receive the permit can start selling to all adults 21 years old or older, though it's expected to start in April.


2/2/2020, 3:18pm

Police Blotter: Jan. 27 - Jan. 31

The police blotter is a report of criminal activity going on in Ypsilanti and Eastern Michigan University during the week of Jan. 27 through Jan. 31.