The Women’s resource Center hosted Eastern Michigan University’s second annual Take Back the Night march, Tuesday, April 8, in the student center ballroom.
A four percent increase in the budget for residence halls and a four percent increase for meal plans were both approved by Eastern Michigan University’s Board of Regents at its regular meeting on March 17. These budget increases come in the wake of some major population growth on campus, with more than 3,800 students living on campus at the start of the fall semester – the second-highest number since 2007. The standard, platinum 19-meal-a-week plan for 2015-16 academic year will cost $4,911, and the academic year rates for a standard double room in the residence halls will cost between $3,950 and $5,094.
Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved an $8.9 million capital budget for 2015-2016 at its regular meeting March 17.
This year Eastern Michigan University is hosting the Creative Convergence 2015. The event will cover issues facing Michigan in the 21st century such as tourism, government and the environment.
Eastern Michigan University doctoral students, Miriam Goldstien and Katherine Guyon-Harris, were recently honored for their work in the field of clinical psychology.
Eastern Michigan University will be hosting a second collegiate job fair this year in Plymonth, Michigan.