Provost's Wednesday Briefing List

Provost's Briefing for October 9, 2019

October 2 - A call for applications for the Undergraduate Research Stimulus Program; four recently accredited CET programs; a last call for CoRE Faculty Fellowship applications; an invitation to hear Deborah Appleman's lecture on her latest book, "Words No Bars Can Hold: Literacy Learning in Prison;" Eastern colleagues participating in leadership development programs; a new resource for faculty: FAQs on ICE; a reminder that Duo Two-Factor Authentication is a requirement; information on an upgrade to the Graduate School application system; an invitation to an open house hosted by the Disability Resources Center and the Offices of Ombuds and Wellness and Community Responsibility; open enrollment for health benefits; and reminders of upcoming campus events

September 25 - Eagle Engage Corps; Eastern receives a Military Friendly Spouse designation; Dr. Eric Reed's 10 within 10 award; a final call for James H. Brickley Endowment funding; new non-credit courses from Professional Programs and Training; Eastern's Bright Futures program; Engage@EMU's work to improve 2020 Census response rates; a call for volunteers for the Winter 2019 Commencement Ceremony; a reminder about healthcare open enrollment; an invitation to the SAFE Now Walk for Suicide Prevention and Awareness; the upcoming seventh annual Global Perspectives on Health Care Teleconference; and a symposium to commemorate Eastern's Mark Jefferson.