On this day in 1896 - The x-ray machine was exhibited for the first time.
"We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light." - Mary Dunbar
Eugene Burton Ely (October 21, 1886 – October 19, 1911) was an aviation pioneer, credited with the first shipboard aircraft take off and landing performed on January 18, 1911. Ely landed his Curtiss pusher airplane on a platform on the armored cruiser USS Pennsylvania anchored in San Francisco Bay. This flight was also the first ever using a tailhook system, designed and built by circus performer and aviator Hugh Robinson.
EMU TOBACCO-FREE POLICY
Eastern Michigan University is a tobacco-free campus. The policy applies to all university employees, students, visitors, contractors, volunteers and service representatives while on EMU property. Smoking and the use of tobacco is (are) prohibited in or on all university owned, operated, or leased buildings, facilities and grounds, including (university or private) vehicles. This tobacco-free policy is intended to support a healthy learning, living, and work environment for every student, employee and visitor. For more information, visit the EMU Tobacco-Free Policy.
ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE REPORTING HOTLINE FOR EMU EMPLOYEES
The Ethics and Compliance Reporting Hotline is a 24/7 toll-free telephone number, and website where individuals can report, anonymously if they choose, an ethical or compliance-related issue involving any Eastern employee. The toll-free number is 866-213-4862. The website can be viewed at Compliance Helpline.
| Friday, January 18, 2013
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