Central Michigan University
Central Michigan University physics professor Marco Fornari and a six-scientist team have been awarded $8.5 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and apply computational methods to replace expensive, rare chemical elements from critical technologies. The award is one of 15 given by the DOD to academic institutions to perform multidisciplinary research.
It’s estimated that more than 40 percent of all college students have government loans and are in debt to the tune of 1.2 trillion dollars.
Four SAP business management software students from the Central Michigan University College of Business Administration are world champions after winning the fifth annual International ERPsim Competition last week.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Central Michigan University among the nation’s top universities in its inaugural ranking of the Best Online Programs for Veterans.
A former Central Michigan University student accused of putting bleach in her roommate’s glass of iced tea following a dispute over dirty dishes will spend four months under house arrest and four months in jail.
Cerise Nutraceuticals LLC, a subsidiary of Pleva International Inc., received notification that the manuscript based on the research conducted on the micro-activeceutical compounds found in the patented Cerise Total Body Rhythm Capsules on Alzheimer’s models at Central Michigan University has been published in the Journal of Medicinal Food.
A former Central Michigan University student who authorities say tried to poison her roommate following a dispute about dirty dishes has pleaded guilty in the case.
Central Michigan University’s Global Campus Center in Dearborn is hosting a debate on “Transforming the City of Detroit — The Austerity Model vs. The Growth Model” on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 1 Parklane Blvd., Suite 122 East, Parklane Towers.
Central Michigan University is encouraging a “culture of sustainability,” according to Tom Rohrer, director of the Great Lakes Institute of Sustainable Systems.
A Michigan college professor who specialized in studying Internet censorship has pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography.