Eastern Michigan University logo

COVID-19 Update: The latest news and guidance for students, faculty and staff.

direct edit
Office of the Provost

Provost's Wednesday Briefing for June 6, 2018

test2

f

Eastern Alumna Takes Eagle Pride to her Work in China

Lauryn Gallo, a graduate of Eastern’s Bachelor of Science in Linguistics, and Master of Arts in TESOL programs, is entering her third year as an English Language Fellow for the U.S. Department of State, in Wuhan, China. In addition to the rigors of the fellowship program, Lauryn takes time to share her love of Michigan with the people of China.  She serves as a living example of the global reach of an EMU education. We celebrate her success and wish her well as she continues in this prestigious fellowship program.  To read more about how Lauryn is bridging the cultural gap between Southeast Michigan and China, please visit EMU Today.

Melody Werner Re-Appointed to Michigan First Lady Sue Snyder’s Campus Sexual Assault Workgroup

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Melody Werner, Title IX Coordinator, will continue to serve on First Lady Sue Snyder’s Campus Sexual Assault Workgroup.  Working with colleagues from across the state, the work group will be asked to review and provide a framework of best practices for the following:

  • A model to pilot a network of regional investigation centers to review and resolve reports of sexual misconduct on campuses. The work group would be asked to consult with experts who have developed similar models for consideration by other states; and
  • Develop a framework of prevention best practices colleges and universities can implement on campus.

Thank you, Melody, for serving as our representative on this workgroup.  

Eastern Earns High Ratings from Animation Career Review

Results from the 2018 annual survey conducted by Animation Career Review show Eastern’s Simulation, Animation and Gaming program ranks #23 in the nation, #13 in the Midwest, and #4 in the state. Congratulations to all of the faculty and staff who have contributed to the success of this program!

College of Education Achieves CAEP Re-Accreditation 

Please join us in congratulating the faculty, staff, and administrators of the College of Education for achieving re-accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), effective Spring 2018 through Spring 2025. Maintaining accreditation is hard work and we celebrate your success!

Reminder: FY18 Year-End Deadlines

As FY18 draws to a close, please take note of the following deadlines for processing paperwork!

  • June 8: Deadline for all wage and non-wage adjustments
  • June 15: Deadline for corrections of all open encumbrances; Recommended deadline for FY18 payment card purchases; Deadline for purchases NOT requiring bid.
  • June 22: Deadline for Check Deposits in Cashier’s Office
  • June 29: Documents for goods/services received prior to June 30, 2018 due in Accounts Payable; Deadline for all budget transfers, journal vouchers, and internal charges
  • July 1: Deadline for all payroll leave reports through June 30, 2018 must be submitted and approved for AP, AC and ES staff
  • July 3: Deadline for all Concur expense reports
  • July 6: First close 3 p.m.
  • July 9: First close statements available on e-print
  • July 12: Deadline for all June corrections
  • July 16: Final close 3 p.m.
  • July 17: Final close statements available on e-print