Michigan Matters: 2020 Election Impact, Business Goes On Despite PandemicElection 2020 came and went but not without controversy as pollster Ed Sarpolus and Oakland University’s Center for Civic Engagement David Dulio discuss on “Michigan Matters” airing 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.
Michigan Matters: Election 2020, What Voters Need to KnowWith little over two weeks remaining in Election 2020, CBS 62’s MICHIGAN MATTERS puts a focus on voters and what they need to know to stay safe and make sure their votes are counted as two experts --- Christina Schlitt, President of the Michigan League of Women Voters, and David Dulio, Director of Oakland University’s Center for Civic Engagement -- appear to discuss those issues.
Michigan Matters: Whitmer on Biden-Harris Ticket, Road Ahead In Race For The White HouseFresh from her speech at the Democratic National Convention. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took time to talk about prospects for the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris presidential ticket during taping of “Michigan Matters.”
Oakland University Business School Offers New Course In Web DevelopmentWeb technologies for managing information resources will be available Fall 2020 and Winter 2021.
Michigan Matters: Young Folks Weigh In On PandemicAs COVID-19 takes its toll on our region and causes more damage than any other crisis in 100 years, young adults are being impacted as their families, communities, schools and the potential job market have all changed overnight.
Michigan Matters: Pandemic’s Toll on U of M, MSU, WSU, OUOn this week's Michigan Matters, what’s ahead for the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University and Oakland University as each contends with fallout of the Covid-19 crisis on their institutions?
Michigan Matters: Eye On The Future - Gearing Up for Jobs of TomorrowJoin us Sunday for an encore of “Eye on the Future: Gearing Up for the Jobs of Tomorrow” as Carol Cain takes viewers across our region to showcase some unique initiatives and talk with leaders at the forefront about this crucial conversation.
Parafencing Becomes OU's First Accessible Club SportThe Wheelchair Fencing Team Is New Within The Fencing Society At Oalkand University
Detroit Made, BackBeat, Gives Live Musicians The 'Feel' of Music AgainBringing Back A More Intrinsic Feeling Of Playing Music
Oakland University Police Investigating String Of BurglariesHaving started in mid-December and continued through this week, the incidents have occurred in a variety of offices in Pawley Hall.
CBS 62's Eye On The Future: 'Gearing Up for Jobs of Tomorrow'Join us as CBS 62 presents “Eye on the Future: Gearing Up for the Jobs of Tomorrow” – a 30-minute special airing 7 p.m. Saturday, December 28 as Carol Cain takes viewers on a fascinating ride across our region to talk with leaders at the forefront about this crucial conversation.
Michigan Matters: Confronting the Talent Gap, CEOs and Educators Weigh InAs a talent gap continues in our region and more Baby Boomers are retiring, Ric DeVore and Ryan Maibach stopped by the CBS 62 ‘s studio to appear on MICHIGAN MATTERS to discuss the situation.
Michigan Matters: TCF Center & Conventions, Oakland University's Imprint GrowsOn this week's Michigan Matters, Claude Molinari, General Manager of TCF Center, admits to having to remind himself of the facility’s new name each time he introduces himself to people.
OU Police: Missing Man May Have Access To WeaponsThe Oakland University Police Department is seeking the public's help to locate a missing man.
OU Embarks On Plan Allowing Marygrove Students To Finish Degrees Following Closing AnnouncementSince the recent announcement of Marygrove College permanently closing its doors this December in Detroit, Oakland University has been in talks with Marygrove to allow graduate students to complete their degrees by creating a transfer program.