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Provost's Wednesday Briefing for April 17, 2019

Professor Martin Shichtman to Deliver Keynote Address at Official State of Michigan Holocaust Commemoration

Congratulations to Professor Martin Shichtman on being chosen to offer the Keynote Address at the Official State of Michigan Holocaust Commemoration on April 23. This honor is a testament to Marty’s many years of service to the university, our students, and the community.  Read more about this at EMU Today.   

You’re Invited!  Recognition Reception for MI-ACE Chiara Hensley

The EMU MI-ACE Women's Network would like to invite the campus community to a Recognition Reception in honor of Dr. Chiara Hensley, Assistant Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs, as the 2019 EMU Distinguished Woman in Higher Education Leadership Award Recipient. The reception will be held on Tuesday, April 23 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in 348 McKenny Hall. There will be a short program beginning at 2:45 p.m.  We hope you can join us as we celebrate Dr. Hensley! 

Lunch and Learn: Minors on Campus

Engage@EMU is hosting a Lunch and Learn for the campus community focused on the Minors on Campus policy and associated procedures. If you host or manage any programs on campus that may involve bringing minors to campus, this is a good session for you.  Please consider attending this informational luncheon on April 25 from noon to 1 p.m. in 203 Boone Hall. Space is limited so please RSVP to Janice Lee at jlee147@emich.edu today!

IT Scanning Services Final Exam Hours – Winter 2019

As a courtesy to faculty, IT Scanning Services offers extended hours during final exams.  Scanning Services will be available from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning Monday, April 22 continuing through Tuesday, April 30.

EMU’s Prevention Theatre Collective @ YCHS Serves as Keynote Presenters

Thirteen Ypsilanti Community High School Prevention Theatre Collective members and alumnae served as the keynote presenters at the 2019 Conference on Adolescent Health.    The Prevention Theatre Collective is funded through the Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan to improve and elevate prevention programming in and with Washtenaw youth and schools. The Collective uses theatre as a tool to explore ideas and issues related to substance ab/use and mental health. Congratulations to Eastern Alumnus and Director of the Collective@YCHS Britney Winn and current students Zakkiyah and Sakinah Rahman on their performance!