James Moyer, associate vice president for Facilities Planning, was interviewed by Today’s Facility Manager, as part of a feature story on the construction of the L. William Seidman Center.
Emily Frigo, first-year initiatives coordinator for University Libraries, gave a presentation, “Evolution of a First-Year Instruction Program: Using Data to Articulate Your Value,” at the National Personal Librarian and First Year Experience Conference.
Craig Benjamin, associate professor of history, honors, wrote an article, “But From This Time Forth History Becomes a Connected Whole: State Expansion and the Origins of Universal History,” published in the Journal of Global History.
John Stevenson, associate dean of graduate studies, wrote an article, “Professionalism, Golf Coaching and a Master of Science Degree,” published in the International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching.
Michael T. Walenta, WGVU General Manager, was elected to a serve on the Central Michigan University Broadcast and Cinematic Arts Alumni Advisory Board.
Ranelle Brew, chair and assistant professor of public health, gave three presentations in collaboration with Allied Health Sciences students on their Kenya service learning trip at the Michigan’s Premier Public Health Conference in Bellaire.
Brooks Professional Series
Students who participated in a Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies event are pictured. The group traveled to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in Lansing to learn about career and internship opportunities. The visit was coordinated by Brian Jbara, director of Integrative Learning, (back row, left) and Lisa Knapp, assistant director of Career Services (back row, right).