EMU art students describe their experience in EMU's art program and their general artistic experiences.
The EMU Board of Regents approved a new academic program for a Bachelors of Science in Quantitative Economics at its regular meeting on Friday, Oct. 25. The program will commence in the next academic year of 2020.
At the Financial and Investment Committee meeting on Friday, Oct. 25, Kevin Kucera, Vice President and Chief Enrollment Officer, provided an update on the results yielded from the Education First Opportunity Scholarship (EFOS) since it was put in place in the fall of 2012.
Renovation of Roosevelt Hall to be presented as top state capital outlay request for Fiscal Year 2021
EMU will present the renovation of Roosevelt Hall as its top state capital outlay request for Fiscal Year 2021.
The fourth annual YpsiGLOW took place on Friday, Oct. 25, attracting community members of all ages and lighting up the streets of downtown Ypsilanti.
YpsiWrites held its grand-opening themed “Everyone’s a Writer” at all three YDL locations on Saturday. Ypsilanti community members participated in writing prompts, activities and winning prizes.
Paint and Pour hosted a free painting party at EMU’s Student Center for Homecoming Week. Participants were taken through a guided painting session by lead artist, Michael Patino.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, whose research exposed the Flint water crisis, held a book signing at EMU for her book What the Eyes Don't See. The event consisted of a lecture about the book and a Q & A preceding the book signing.
YpsiGLOW, a night of glow-in-the-dark festivities, is occurring on Oct. 25, from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
YpsiWrites will place writing centers a locations of the Ypsilanti District Library (YDL) to extend the writing support available at EMU into the Ypsilanti community. YpsiWrites is a collaberation between the Office of Campus & Community Writing at EMU YDL, 826 Michigan, and Washtenaw Literacy.