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The Washtenaw Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be taking place later this year on Oct. 10, but the association is working hard now to spread awareness not only about the walk but also about the disease.
Ypsilanti Community Schools to launch full-time remote learning program, "Ypsilanti Community Connected Schools," in fall
This upcoming fall, Ypsilanti Community Schools is going to offer parents the option to enroll their children in a full-time remote learning program, Ypsilanti Community Connected Schools.
The Michigan Association of Police awarded incoming Eastern Michigan University freshman McCade Campbell the Carl Parsell Scholarship on June 10th at the 31rst Annual Carl Parsell Memorial Golf Outing.
EMU Undergraduate Research Stimulus Awards to support students partnering with faculty members in scholarly research
19 Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students will have their scholarly research projects supported by the Undergraduate Research Stimulus Awards. The awards for the winter 2021 semester and summer 2021 semester were approved on June 10 by a Board of Regents meeting.
Fashion Marketing and Innovation professor and students cut fabric to donate to The Preemie Pals Project
Associate Professor Dr. Julie Becker and students in her computer-aided design (CAD) classes began cutting fabric into squares in the late winter semester to donate to The Preemie Pals Project.
Ypsilanti District Library to kick off public campaign to benefit construction of new superior library
Construction began for the new Superior Library on Monday, May 24. The public phase of the Next Chapter Capital Campaign will begin on Tuesday, June 1.
Daivon Reeder graduated from EMU in Spring 2017. Today, he has taken what he has learned from EMU and is using it to help him give back to his community and be a voice for the people of Detroit by running for city council.
EMU continues to provide free Covid-19 tests on campus for the summer A and B semesters which started on May 5.
The Detroit Institute of Arts to feature EMU professor Shinming Shyu in an Asia Pacific American Heritage Month event
The Detroit Institute of Arts “Thursdays at the Museum” event will host “Studio Visit: Traditional Calligraphy with Dr. Shinming Shyu from Taiwan” on May 6. The event is free and will be held online.
Eastern Michigan University planning to open with ‘more traditional’ campus for the Fall 2021 semester
Eastern Michigan University is planning safe on-campus experiences for student organizations, athletics, and housing for the upcoming Fall 2021 semester.