EMU's Student Government proposes Resolution 107-05, votes on two Senator applications, and a senator announces resignation
Eastern Michigan University’s Student Government met on Feb. 9, and discussed new business such as a new resolution, two new Senator applications and one Senator’s resignation.
The Student Government meeting held on Jan. 26, 2021 went over a new senator application and resolution. Both items were voted on and approved.
Eastern Michigan University’s Campus Life and Office of Wellness & Community Responsibility presents Virtual Speed Friending, every Thursday through the end of the semester. The event series is co-hosted by EMU students, Isabel Berg and Keri Geis, for EMU students to be able to make new friends with other students.
Three panelists spoke during the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan meeting about how to help Girl Scouts during the pandemic for parents to attend.
Eastern Michigan University and The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History present the 2021 Keynote Speaker Event for the annual MLK Celebration was on Monday, Jan. 18, and Yamiche Alcindor was the keynote speaker.
On Saturday, Jan. 16, EMU’s CloseUp Theatre Troupe performed “We the People Speak: No Justice, No Peace” virtually on Eastern Michigan University’s Facebook page. A Q&A followed the performance with the two Co-Directors of CloseUp hosted by Dr. Doris Fields.
Eastern Michigan University’s #GIVINGTRUEDAY, set records during a pronounced time of need, to help students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Eastern Michigan University’s Digital Divas and Digital Dudes program, the Mr. October Foundation, and GameAbove have partnered together to create a virtual after school science, for middle school students in metro-Detroit. According to the university, topics covered by the program will include, "healthcare, physics, HVAC, construction, wind power, hydroponics,“ along with others.