Eastern Michigan University’s Summit Street A Cappella Group selected for 2021 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella
Eastern Michigan University’s premier male vocal ensemble is the first of its kind from EMU to be invited to compete in the 2021 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, which will be completely virtual this year.
College of Business goes virtual with 2020 Digital Marketing Workshops and Entrepreneurship Speaker Series
The CDE events allowed attendees to join a panel discussion via Facebook live to gain insight on how businesses have adapted to moving online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other transformational events of 2020. Chris Kaufman spoke to students and attendees on how he helped to co-found the successful e-commerce site StockX.
Holy Bones Festival to raise funds for the Ypsilanti Performance Space through the Fundraise the Dead Auction
The Holy Bones Festival is inviting the public to participate in their charity art auction, which will benefit the Ypsilanti Performance Space, Inc. Artists, crafters, and performers are encouraged to share their talents by getting involved in this spirited festival.
Eastern Michigan University history professor publishes new book on undocumented immigration in Detroit
Dr. Ashley Johnson Bavery talks about the release of her new book titled “Bootlegged Aliens: Politics and Policy on America's Northern Border.” The book looks into the history of illegal immigration on Detroit border to Canada and how it has impacted the current immigration system.
The partnership between Grove Studios and Leon Speakers, which encompasses artistic development, community collaborations, and experiential learning, has now expanded to include the Amplify Fellowship. The fellowship, established earlier this summer, seeks to expand opportunities for African-Americans interested in content creation.
Marilyn Horace-Moore Scholarship has been established in memory of the late Eastern Michigan University criminology professor
The colleagues and creators of the Marilyn Horace-Moore Scholarship are inviting EMU students, faculty, and supporters to honor her life by donating to the scholarship fund. Horace-Moore was passionate about helping students achieve their degree through advocacy and mentorship and the scholarship serves as a way to continue her passions through her legacy.
Eastern Michigan University and flight training school Crosswinds Aviation have teamed up in a five-year partnership agreement to expand opportunities for aviation students. Several new benefits include more training locations, expansion of aircraft training, and emphasis on the advancement of the High School Flight Program, helping aviation students get a head-start on their career goals.
Global esports organization Gen. G has granted $1 million towards the advancement and expansion of opportunities for gaming-industry students. With Eastern Michigan University as a founding partner, the money will be used to support career goals for students in the Simulation, Animation and Gaming program at Eastern, including a scholarship offer for one freshman.
EMU Counseling and Psychological Services continues to thrive with virtual operations during COVID-19
Eastern Michigan University’s Counseling and Psychological Services has transformed their practices to solely online methods in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. Program director Dr. Lisa Lauterbach opens up about plan challenges brought on by the pandemic circumstances. CAPS remains dedicated to providing mental health services in a virtual format that protects physical health concerns while also addressing the drastic surge in coronavirus-related depression and anxiety levels among college students.
Ypsilanti police arrested 23-year-old Dustyn Michael Durbin on July 29, after being accused of multiple sexual assaults since his enrollment at EMU in the fall of 2014.