EMU'S CHILDREN'S INSTITUTE FUNDRAISER: The EMU Children's Institute is participating in the Little Caesars' Pizza Kit Fundraiser now through Tuesday, Feb. 10. To participate, please go to PizzaKit.com and click on "Products," then "Shop" and be sure to enter our group Fundraiser ID# 293569 so that the Children's Institute will earn the profits on your purchase. All purchases can either be shipped directly to you (additional shipping and handling charges will apply), or your order will ship directly to the Children's Institute. Pickup on Wednesday, Feb. 18. Pickup time is 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. They accept both MasterCard and Visa. All proceeds will go towards Month of the Young Child in April. For question or more information call Jackie Swisher or Carrie Glover at the EMU Children's Institute at 487-2348.
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JORDAN HOPKINS: The memorial service for EMU student Jordan Hopkins will be held today, Jan. 30 at 11 a.m. at Nie Funeral Home, located at 3767 W. Liberty Rd., Ann Arbor, MI. Her family invites attendees to a luncheon reception immediately following the service at Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor, MI. For more information, please visit the Nie Funeral Home homepage. Funeral arrangements for student Shanisse Heady will be posted as soon as they are received.
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEAN POSITION - 2ND CANDIDATE OPEN FORUM: The EMU campus community is invited to meet the second candidate, Michael Sayler at an open forum today, Jan. 30, from 10 - 10:45 a.m. in room 202 Porter. Dr. Sayler will make brief remarks and then the audience will be invited to ask him questions. For more information, please contact William Pollard at 487-3600. For Dr. Sayler's curriculum vitae, visit Sayler CV.
SUBMISSIONS IN EMU TODAY: Please note, EMU TODAY is an internal daily e-blast sent to faculty and staff. To submit an announcement or post an event, please forward your entry electronically to email@example.com. Please be sure to format your entry with a title and include a description of the event, where the event will be held (room and building), the date and time, and a contact name, phone number and/or e-mail address. For questions, contact Debra Johnson at 487-2484 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: An asterisk denotes a new item.
POST AN EVENT TO THE EVENTS CALENDAR: To submit a new event, click on Submit an Event, or go to the EMU homepage, click on "calendars," then click the green button labeled "Submit an Event" (located on the bottom left) and enter your event information. All events are subject to approval.
Lectures & Presentations
CAMPUS SAFETY AWARENESS & HAZARD COMMUNICATION TRAINING: All new EMU employees of the University are required to attend one of the Safety Awareness & Hazard Communication training sessions presented by the EMU Environmental Health Safety (EHS). Training sessions will be held in room 300 in Halle Library on the following dates:
- Thursday, Feb. 12 - 1:30 - 3 p.m.
- Wednesday, Feb. 25 - 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Monday, Mar. 9 - 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Tuesday, Apr. 14 - 1:30 - 3 p.m.
- Wednesday, May. 13 - 1:30 - 3 p.m.
- Tuesday, June 9, 2015- 1:30 - 3 p.m.
To register please contact the EHS office at email@example.com or call 487-0794.
CPR AND AED TRAINING FOR FACULTY AND STAFF: The EMU Environmental Health Safety will hold training sessions for CPR and AED for faculty and staff members who may be interested in learning these skills. All sessions will be held in room 300 in Halle Library on the following days:
- Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 9 - 11:30 a.m.
- Wednesday, Mar. 25 from 9 - 11:30 a.m.
- Monday, Apr. 20 from 1:30 - 4 p.m.
If interested in signing up for one of the above training sessions, please send Kathryn Wilhoff an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with the date of the session you would like to attend. For questions, please contact EHS office at 487-0794.
TEACH AND LEARN IN KOREA: Students can learn more about the Teach And Learn in Korea (TALK) program and opportunities at one of the following information sessions to be held in room 122 Porter:
- Monday, Feb. 2 at 9 a.m.
- Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 10:30 a.m.
- Friday, Feb. 6 at 9 a.m.
Any student who is a junior or above with 50 credits as of July 2015 may study and work in Korea for one year. Travel expenses and housing will be provided along with a monthly stipend of $1300 to $1500. To read more, please visit Learn More about TALK program. For questions, please contact Myung-Sook at email@example.com.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSION: The Department of Africology and African American Studies at EMU is pleased to host a Black History Month Panel Discussion on Monday, Feb. 2, from 12 – 2:30 p.m. in room 310A in the Student Center. The panel will discuss"Assessing Barack Obama's second term presidency: How would history judge it." Panelists will be Barbara Patrick, Jerome Reide, Eric Brown, Solange Simoes, Ravi Perry and Patrick Pieh with Victory Okafor as moderator. Questions to be tackled by the panel include issues involving the police and the African American community. Complimentary refreshments will be served. This event is LBC approved. This event is free and open to the public. Please contact Cheryl Olverson at 487-3460 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
STUDENTS FOR LIFE PANEL DISCUSSION: Students for Life will sponsor a panel discussion as part of Black History Month on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 7 p.m. in the Halle Library Auditorium. The panelists will be Minister Yodit Brooks (First Lady, Evangel Ministries - Detroit), Mary Lockwood (Chair, Right to Life of Michigan Multicultural Outreach Advisory Committee), Rev. Claude Allen May (Pastor, Oasis of Hope Christian Church - Detroit), Katie Perrotta (President, Students for Life at Eastern Michigan University), Iris Proctor (Executive Director, Arbor Vitae Women’s Center – Ann Arbor) and Missy Parker-Miller (Church Liaison – Bethany Christian Services). Moderator will be Rev. Dom Pastore (Deacon, St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church - Roseville). For more information, contact email@example.com.
BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT WELCOMES GUEST SPEAKER: The Biology Department is pleased to welcome Zac Freedman, a post-doctoral fellow from U of M. Freedman will talk about "Don't Miss the Microbes for the Trees: A Potential Mechanism Fostering Ecosystem Carbon Storage Under Future Rates of Nitrogen Deposition," on Wednesday, Feb. 4, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., in room 154 in the Science Complex. LBC credit approved. For questions, please contact Judy Pokrywki at 487-4242 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT WELCOMES GUEST SPEAKER: The EMU History & Philosophy Department is pleased to welcome Ronald Grigor Suny who will speak on “The First World War and the Origins of Modern Genocide,” on Thursday, Feb. 12, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. in room 300 in Halle Library. During the First World War, more than half a million Armenians lost their lives in a brutal campaign to eliminate them from Ottoman lands. Why did this genocide occur? How does it inform our understanding of the century's subsequent genocides? Dr. Suny, a Charles Tilly Professor of Social and Political History at the University of Michigan and Emeritus Professor of Political Science and History at the University of Chicago, will discuss these questions and much more about the topic. Please contact Jesse Kauffman at
email@example.com or call 487-1018 for questions. Free and LBC Approved.
BOOK DISCUSSION WITH EMU PROFESSOR/AUTHOR: EMU professor emeritus Henry Aldridge (Film Studies) will give a presentation about his book, The Michigan Theater: Ann Arbor’s Home for Fine Film and the Performing Arts Since 1928, delving into the 80-year history of Ann Arbor’s downtown movie palace. The discussion will take place on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Halle Library Auditorium.
Aldridge was an important community member in the salvation of the theater from the wrecking ball and received assistance from the Department of Communication, Media, and Theatre Arts as well as the Program in Historic Preservation to acquire materials and data to write an historically accurate narrative of the building’s first 80 years of existence. Aldridge will discuss film studies as relevant to the theater’s history, historic preservation, research, community activism, and other topics as they relate to the book. A question and answer session will immediately follow. The lecture is LBC approved. Books will be available for signing. For more information, contact Randal Baier at 487-2520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Natalie Hensel at email@example.com.
STAR LECTURE SERIES CONTINUES WITH FIFTH GUEST SPEAKER: The Honors College is pleased to host the fifth Star Lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 7 – 8:30 p.m. in the Halle Library Auditorium. The guest speaker will be Minnie Bluhm, assistant professor of Healthcare Administration, who will talk about “Improving the Odds of a Life Well-Lived: Links Between Health and Emotion.” Physical health and state of mind are significant influences on our ability to live life well. Finding pleasure, satisfaction and meaning in work, in relationships with partners and others and in relationship to one’s self are all affected by how we feel physically and emotionally. In this talk, Dr. Bluhm will provide an overview of a newly emerging area of interest in public health: the link between emotions and health. She will discuss the impact of factors such as stress, optimism and attitude on one’s health, and ultimately, on the ability to live life well. To see the complete series, please visit 2014-15 Star Lecture Series. For questions, please contact Rebecca Sipes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"BEING PREPARED FOR AN UNPREDICTABLE LIFE" STAR LECTURE: The Honors College will host its final Star Lecture for the year entitled “Being Prepared for an Unpredictable Life," on Tuesday, Mar. 10, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. in the Halle Auditorium. The featured guest speakers will be Rebecca Sipe, director for the Honors College; Patrick Barry, faculty member, CMTA; Reggie Barnes, director of Diversity and Community Involvement; John Feldkamp, associate director for the Honors College and Tuong-Vi Huynh, from Housing and Residence Life. As college students, how can one possibly prepare for a future that is both unpredictable and constantly evolving? What sorts of experiences—academic and extra-curricular—are most important? What types of personal qualities might need to be developed in order to be ready when new possibilities arise? This interactive panel discussion will provide multiple perspectives on these questions and offer all participants the opportunity to apply information from the series to their own planning for the future. For questions, please contact Rebecca Sipes at email@example.com.
2014-2015 JOHN W. PORTER SPEAKER SERIES: The John W. Porter Distinguished Chair in Urban Education presents the 2014-2015 Speaker Series: The African American Young Men of Promise Initiative. The College of Education welcomes keynote guest speaker Seena Skelton who will be presenting on the topic of "Institutionalizing Cultural Knowledge: A Process for Engaging in Critical Reflection on Policy," on Thursday, Mar. 26, from 9 – 11 a.m. in the Student Center. This event is free and open to the public. The 2014-2015 Speaker Series is hosted by the Department of Leadership and Counseling and Theresa Saunders is chair of the Porter Chair Speaker Series Steering Committee. Please visit the John W. Porter Speaker Series homepage for more information or contact Sally Rosales at 487-2778.
Conferences & Workshops
SESI CONFERENCE: The Center for Entrepreneurship at the College of Business is proud to present the Sesi Entrepreneurship Conference on Friday, Feb. 13, at the Student Center. The Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization of EMU is hosting the event and students and faculty are invited to attend the inspirational conference. The Skandalaris Business Plan Competition will also be held the conference, which includes a continental breakfast and a sit-down lunch. The event is freebut online registration is required. All EMU students, faculty and staff are invited to attend. LBC Approved. Register by clicking on Sesi Conference Registration.
Activities and Events
LEARN MORE ABOUT MASTER'S DEGREES AT EMU-LIVONIA: Come learn about the master's in business, master's in public administration and master's in educational leadership degrees at an Open House at EMU–Livonia on Wednesday, Feb. 11 from 5 – 7 p.m. Meet with advisors, explore EMU–Livonia and apply for free. For more information, visit emich.edu/masterleadership.
STUDENTS AND STAFF CAN ENJOY TIME WITH THERAPY DOGS ON WELLNESS WOOF WEDNESDAYS: The EMU Wellness Center has partnered with Therapaws of Michigan to make interaction with therapy dogs a regular occurrence at EMU. Wellness Woof Wednesdays will take place from 4 – 7 p.m. in room 103 in the Snow Health Center on the following dates:
- Wednesday, Feb. 11
- Wednesday, Mar. 11
- Wednesday, Apr. 18
Therapaws of Michigan is a canine-assisted therapy program dedicated to promoting and fostering the human-animal bond in therapeutic and educational settings. In the spirit of this mission, individual owner-dog teams will visit the EMU campus providing social, emotional and physical benefits for student, faculty and staff. For more information or questions, please contact the Wellness Center at 487-2226.
DETROIT THEMED TALENT SHOW: EMU's "You Beautiful Black Woman" Student Organization is pleased to host The Detroit Showcase on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Auditorium. The Detroit Showcase is a talent show with a Detroit-based theme. Detroit has been in the media for all the wrong reasons and there has been more focus on the negative instead of the positive people or efforts they put fourth. The Detroit Showcase will give students at EMU a chance to experience the talent of Detroit - then and now, and will give students a chance to learn some history about Detroit as well as see how bright the future of Detroit will be. For questions, please contact Tyra Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts, Film & Entertainment
"A TRADITION OF LEADERSHIP” EXHIBIT AT MCKENNY GALLERY: This exhibit highlights Eastern’s rich history of leadership in and out of the classroom. Unique artifacts such as Frederic Alexander’s personal scrapbook, Mark Jefferson’s passport, an original basketball rim designed by Albert Spaulding, a cookbook from 1912, and a bowling pin from the original student center, McKenny Union, have been brought out of University Archives for viewing. Visit the new McKenny Gallery, step back in time and connect with those who learned, taught, worked and walked the paths here at Eastern. The Gallery will be open during these dates/times:
- Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1 - 3 p.m.
- Wednesday, Feb. 18, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information, please contact Debra Burke, 487-6895 or email email@example.com.
EMU THEATRE FEATURES "THE BIRTHDAY PARTY": EMU Theatre invites you to join us for an off-kilter birthday party as only Harold Pinter could dream up. THE BIRTHDAY PARTY will be performed in the Sponberg Theatre on Friday, Feb. 6, Saturday, Feb. 7, Thursday, Feb. 12, Friday, Feb.13, Saturday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Feb 8 and 15 at 2 p.m. Sponberg Theatre is located in the Quirk Dramatic Arts Building at the intersection of East Circle Drive and Best Hall/Ann Street on EMU’s Ypsilanti Campus. Ticket prices are $15 regular admission, $12 for students and seniors, $9 for MAINSTAGE patrons, no further discounts apply. Tickets are available in person at the Convocation Center, the Student Center ticket office or the Quirk Box Office, by phone at 487-2282 and online at www.emutix.com. Please note that there is an additional surcharge for tickets purchased by mail, phone or online. For more information about EMU Theatre, our season and directions to our theatres visit www.emich.edu/emutheatre, fan us on Facebook: Eastern Michigan University Theatre or follow us on Twitter: emutheatre.
EXAMINE THE INTERSECTION OF MEDICAL THEORY & LITERATURE IN NEW EXHIBIT: The Bruce T. Halle Library is pleased to present the exhibit "And There’s the Humor of It: Shakespeare and the Four Humors" on display through Feb. 27 on the first floor of Halle. The exhibit is on loan from the National Library of Medicine and details the language of the four humors and their influence in Shakespeare’s plays. This exhibit is free and open to the public during regular library hours. Please contact Elizabeth Bucciarelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or Robert Stevens at email@example.com if you have any questions.
WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER HOLDS "OUR VOICES" VAGINA MONOLOGUES: The Women's Resource Center will host their own Vagina Monologues called “Our Voices” to be performed on Friday, Feb. 6, from 6 - 9 p.m. in the Alexander Recital Hall. "Our Voices" will be a collection of monologues written and performed by EMU students. “Our Voices” is open to all self-identified women (cis or trans).If you have any questions, feel free to call them at 487-4284 or email the Women’s Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COME AND BE A SOUL MAN - BLUES BROTHERS REVUE: The Official Blues Brother Revue is sanctioned by Dan Aykroyd and Judith Belushi and walk in the legendary footsteps of Jake and Elwood Blues. The event will be held on Friday, Apr. 10 at 7 p.m. in Pease Auditorium. Wayne Catania and Kieron Lafferty capture the infectious humor and unbridled spirit of the Blues Brothers like no one since John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd walked the stage. Backed by a powerhouse band, they'll give you a show to remember, packed with classic hits from the Blues Brothers catalog, including Soul Man, Rubber Biscuit, Sweet Home Chicago and more. Ticket prices $10-$25 and can be purchased at any EMU Ticket location, or by phone at 487-2282 or online at emutix.com.
WILL YOU COME HARD INTO THE PAINT? LIFE IN COLOR: What is anticipated to be a 130 city tour in over 50 countries, Life in Color aims to answer the age-old questions: How did color come to be? This event will be held on Saturday, Apr. 11 at 8 p.m. in the Convocation Center. Fans can learn about the origins of paint through the almighty “Paint Factory.” This year they will give fans a new experience that will bring them through a journey on how COLOR was created. So get your tickets to Ypsilanti's premier Paint Party and prepare for the countdown to the BIG BANG! Visit EMUtix.com for current ticket prices. Tickets can be purchased at any EMU Ticket location by phone 487-2282 or online at EMUtix.com.
UNITE: DISCIPLES OF CHRIST: The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist and Spiritus Sanctus Academy are pleased to invite you to attend a Christian concert on Sunday, Apr. 19 at 5 p.m. at the Convocation Center. The Unite Concert will feature some of the top names in the Christian music industry; Amy Grant, Matt Maher, Sanctus Real, Jon Guerra, Ike Ndolo and the Dominican Sisters of Mary. Tickets start at $12 and can be purchased at any EMU Ticket location, by phone 487-2282 or online at EMUtix.com.
GO EMU EAGLES: Please visit the EMU Athletics homepage for more information about all Eagles athletic games, schedules, rosters and much more. For ticket information, go to EMU Tickets or call the ticket office at 487-2282.
FREE PASSPORT PHOTOS: The Office of International Initiatives in the College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to once again offer FREE passport photos and help with completing the passport application. Walk-in hours for the Winter 2015 semester are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Thursday in room 103 D Boone Hall. Please contact Elisabeth Morgan at email@example.com for more information.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION PROCESS REVISIONS: The revised instructions and forms are now available on the Department of Risk Management and Workers' Compensation webpage. Any forms which your department may have pre-printed should be destroyed and the new forms should be used beginning January 1, 2015 as they contain new information related to the process.
New Clinic: The Workers' Compensation Act allows employers to direct medical care for the first 28 days after inception of medical treatment due to a work-related injury/illness. Currently, employees are directed to seek treatment at either of the two Midwest Health Center locations in Romulus and Dearborn. As of January 1, 2015, an additional occupational health clinic has been included as a designated clinic where employees may seek medical treatment. Washtenaw Urgent Care in Ann Arbor, which is located at the SE corner of Washtenaw and S. Huron Parkway, in the Arlington Square Building. Access to the building is available off Washtenaw via several "service drive" entrances or off S. Huron Parkway. Except in the case of a life-threatening emergency, failure to seek medical treatment at a designated clinic may delay or deny an employee's medical claim.
Authorization for Treatment Form: Another addition to the injury report is the "Authorization for Treatment" form which must be completed and signed by a Supervisor, for the employee to provide to the clinic when seeking treatment A supervisor's signature on this form indicates that they are aware of the injury, and that the employee will be seeking medical treatment. Failure to provide this form to the employee may delay treatment at the clinic. For additional information, please visit the following websites:
EMU Department of Risk Management and Workers' Compensation webpage or visit the
Michigan Workers' Compensation Board FAQ webpage. Please do not hesitate to contact the Department of Risk Management and Workers' Compensation at 487-1357, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (workers' compensation) or email@example.com (Director of Risk Management) if you have any questions.
GOOGLE DRIVE REPLACING U: DRIVE: In March 2015, Google Drive will formally replace EMU-provided U: drives. Google Drive provides unlimited storage space to EMU faculty and staff, and allows files to be shared with others within and outside of the university. Google Drive also allows for easy file access from any computing platform (desktop, tablet or mobile).
In addition to unlimited file storage space, Google Drive has mobile apps so you can access your files from your smartphone or tablet, too! There is also a tool that will allow you to sync all of the contents of your Google Drive to a desktop folder on your Windows or Mac computer. Full details on how to access your EMU-provided Google Drive account, where to get the mobile apps, and how to set up syncing are available at: http://www.emich.edu/it/services/googleapps/drive.php.
The decision to decommission the use of EMU-provided U: drives was made because the storage technology in use is outdated and the available storage capacity no longer meets the needs of faculty and staff. (Please note that the departmental shared drives, known as the W: drive or the Z: drive, will remain available and are not affected by this change.)
Anyone with files stored on their U: drive that they wish to keep must move those files to Google Drive (or another storage location) before March 1, 2015. Any files remaining on the U: drive after that date will be permanently deleted. Questions or concerns about this change may be directed to Rocky Jenkins 487-3145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMU CAMPUS DIRECTORY FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF: The directory is touch compatible and features a responsive design for optimized display and functionality on desktop, tablet or mobile devices. Users can search for students, faculty or staff via a single search box with results being cleanly displayed in expandable/collapsible rows. The new campus directory can be accessed directly at www.emich.edu/directory or by using the single search box at the top of any EMU webpage. For more details, please read the press release about the new EMU Campus Directory. Please contact Darcy Gifford at 487-5375 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
PERSONAL DIRECTORY CORRECTIONS/UPDATES: Personal Directory listings are populated through the Banner system. To check your personal listing for accuracy, please visit http://it.emich.edu/service/online/directory/index.cfm?fuseaction=main. If a listing needs to be updated, an employee’s supervisor should update the information through a link located on the supervisor’s My.Emich Employee tab. Instructions are as follows:
- Visit My.emich.edu
- Click on the Employee tab
- Click on the Employee link below the row of tabs
- Click on the Update Employee Campus Address link. You will then see a table of your direct reports. To edit, click on the EID or Phone links to edit. Once you have completed your edits, click the Submit button. NOTE: it may take up to 24 hours for your change to take effect.
For non-supervisory staff, alternate update methods are explained on the Directory Information Updates page at https://www.emich.edu/it/services/directoryupdates.php.
EMU ONLINE DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY CORRECTIONS: Please take the time to check your department directory listing at http://www.emich.edu/telephones/ for accuracy. If the information needs to be updated, please send the information to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, contact Debra Burke at 487-6895 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
EMU PUBLIC SAFETY TIPS AND REMINDERS: The EMU Police Department provides a variety of community service programs focused on safety awareness for our residential halls, classrooms and campus. These include crime prevention seminars, and training sessions and programs on sexual assault and alcohol awareness for faculty, staff and students.
The EMU Police Department use high visibility foot patrols, mobile patrols, bicycle patrols and an extensive video monitoring system to help deter crime. It is important to report crimes or suspicious activities immediately -- police have a better opportunity to apprehend suspects and solve crimes. Please review the information below and report any crimes or any suspicious activities. Reporting a crime or suspicious activity can be done anonymously.
- To report an incident, or information anonymously, please call 487-4847 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call Crime Stoppers at (800) SPEAKUP (800) 773-2587 or email at www.1800speakup.org or visit the Crime Stoppers homepage.
- For more information on public safety, please visit the EMU Public Safety Tips homepage.
- EMU publishes a Daily Crime Log of all crimes reported to the EMU Department of Public Safety. This information can be viewed at EMU Daily Crime Log homepage. EMU also publishes the Daily Crime Log for the City of Ypsilanti.
- Online, real-time crime mapping covering EMU and the City of Ypsilanti is available at: http://geodata.acad.emich.edu/Crime/Main.htm.
Telephone numbers and email accounts listed above are set-up specifically for those who wish to report a crime or information related to a crime. Your identity will remain anonymous.
For questions pertaining to EMU Safety Tips or crime prevention, please contact Police Officer Candace Dorsey, Crime Prevention Coordinator at 487-0987 or by email at email@example.com. The Crime Prevention office is located within the EMU Police Department at 1200 Oakwood Street. Police Dispatch at 487-1222. For emergencies, call 911.
2015 BERNADINE NEWSOME-DENNING SCHOLARSHIP: On the behalf of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Delta Beta Chapter, we are pleased to extend the opportunity to all undergraduate students to apply for the 2015 Bernadine Newsome-Denning Scholarship. The scholarship award amount is $200. Deadline is Friday, Feb. 27 by 5 p.m. Please visit the Financial Aid Scholarship homepage for more details.
STELLA AND ROSE ROMANOW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Applications and nominations are now being sought for the Stella and Rose Romanow Endowed Scholarship Fund for Excellence in Library Sciences, which is available to both undergraduate and graduate students for the 2015/16 year. The scholarship fund is available for students pursuing degrees relevant to work in libraries, archives and related organizations. Applications received by February 15, 2015 will receive first consideration. Information and application forms are available at the Stella and Rose Scholarship homepage.
SEARCH SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: To find out about current scholarship opportunities, go to search scholarships.