Events

Tuesday, September 19

Employee Benefits Fair--Save the Date

Employee Benefits Fair--Save the Date

The 2017 Employee Benefits Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, October 11th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Great Lakes Rooms of the University Center. One hour of released-time will be granted for employees attending the Fair. The Benefits Fair gives faculty and staff the opportunity to learn more about their TIAA or MPSERS Retirement plan, Blue Cross/Blue Shield medical and dental plan, CVS/Caremark prescription drug plan, and EyeMed vision plan from plan representatives. In addition, Voya Life, Wageworks, AFLAC, and Marketplace Insurance Plan representatives will be present. The Fair is also your chance to get your flu shot and have your blood pressure checked by staff at the NMU Health Center. Other campus departments participating in the Fair include Human Resources, Athletics/Recreational Sports, Dining Services, and the NMU Wellness Committee. If you have any questions, please contact Kristen Bjorne, Human Resources Department at kportale@nmu.edu or phone 227-1030.

Fall Study Abroad Info Fair - Inspire Real Change

Fall Study Abroad Info Fair - Inspire Real Change

Fall Study Abroad Fair Come to a fun-filled, info-packed afternoon of global exploration. Meet NMU partners; discover scholarship opportunities; chat with study abroad alumni.... It's easy. It's free of charge. It will change the way you think about your world. "Inspire Real Change." Email smorgan@nmu.edu for more information. (P.S. The winning residential hall gets a prize! It involves food. See your RA or RD for more information.) Tuesday, September 19 at 12:00pm to 5:00pm Jamrich Hall Lobby (east)

Nursing BSN applications accepted 9/1-10/1/17

Nursing BSN applications accepted 9/1-10/1/17

The online application for the winter 2018 semester BSN program will be open from September 1 to October 1, 2017 at http://www.nmu.edu/nursing/application. If you have completed or are enrolled in fall 2017 semester for all BSN prerequisite courses*, you must apply to be considered for admission to the BSN program. If needed, contact your adviser for the appropriate semester for you to apply. The BSN application for winter 2018 admission will close on October 1 at 11:59 p.m. and no late applications will be accepted. The application will require attachments. The requirements will differ depending on your academic history. Our guidelines require you to attach the following: A copy of your unofficial NMU student transcript. Include current semester of classes & GPA. (This can be requested through your MyNMU Student Services tab and saved as a .htm, .html or .pdf file.) A NMU Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) and unofficial transcripts for all colleges or universities you have attended if you have earned less than 12 credits at NMU. If not previously provided to the School of Nursing or changes have occurred, Post Baccalaureate students transferring pre-requisite courses from another institution must complete the “Post Baccalaureate Prerequisite Check List”. This form can be found by following this link: http://www.nmu.edu/nursing/sites/DrupalNursing/files/UserFiles/Post_bacc_checklist.pdf, and is also available on the NMU Nursing website. The student must print this form and bring it to the Registrar’s office (2202 Hedgcock) to be completed. Allow 5 business days for processing. This form is then to be picked up from the Registrar’s office by the student and submitted to the Nursing office (2301 New Science Facility) in an envelope sealed and stamped by the Registrar. This is due no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, October 2. If you have received AP (advanced placement) credit for or Chemistry (CH109 or CH107/108 or CH111/112) you will need to attach a copy of your official scoring report from the College Board. If you are transferring from another nursing program, please provide a letter of good standing from the director of the previous nursing program. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to LuAnne Crupi (lcrupi@nmu.edu). Apply early since there are no exceptions to the deadline date. *Required nursing prerequisites: AH 102, BI 203, BI 207/201, BI 208/202, CH 109, HN 301A, HN 301B, PY 100 (select other courses may be accepted, see your adviser if you have questions)

12:01am
Homecoming Sidewalk Chalk

Teams can earn 10 extra participation points toward their organization's overall Homecoming score by decorating the sidewalks around the Academic Mall (area...

NMU Plant Ecology Club Meeting!

NMU Plant Ecology Club Meeting!

Come join the Plant Ecology Club! We are a student oganization of plant enthisists that meet once a week to talk and learn about plants and Ecology. We plan bi-weekly field trips to remote places in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Come attend a meeting if you're interseted or just want to learn more about plants.

Fall Study Abroad Fair

Fall Study Abroad Fair

Come to a fun-filled, info-packed afternoon of global exploration. Meet NMU partners; discover scholarship opportunities; chat with study abroad alumni.... It's easy. It's free of charge. It will change the way you think about your world. "Inspire Real Change." Email smorgan@nmu.edu for more information.

Sherman College of Chiropractic: Information Table

Sherman College of Chiropractic: Information Table

Sherman College of Chiropractic Information Table: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 * 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM * Jamrich Hall-1st Floor Commons Area The Sherman College of Chiropractic will be hosting an information table and an information session on campus to discuss its program(s) and answer any questions you may have about furthering your chiropractic education. Sherman College of Chiropractic provides students with a comprehensive chiropractic education, preparing them to enter the field as doctors of chiropractic who are highly skilled, compassionate, ethical and successful. On its beautiful 80- acre campus in South Carolina, Sherman offers a first professional degree program unique in its approach to health care and known globally for the skill and art of chiropractic delivered by its graduates. More information and registration for this event is available in Cat Career Tracks under the Events tab.

Movement and Dance for Those with Parkinson's Disease

Movement and Dance for Those with Parkinson's Disease

Dancing and Movement for Parkinson’s is a partnership between Lake Superior Hospice and Dance Zone . The program is based on research indicating the positive effects dance can have for people with Parkinson’s, including improved balance, cardiac health, mood and quality of life. No experience is necessary. We welcome those with Parkinson's as well as caregivers, friends and family.

Cybersecurity, Careers, and the FBI

Join the Student Cybersecurity Association and Special Agent John Fortunato of the FBI for a discussion and Q+A about cybersecurity, the FBI, and careers...

Sherman College of Chiropractic: Information Session

Sherman College of Chiropractic: Information Session

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM 3301 C.B. Hedgcock The Sherman College of Chiropractic will be hosting an information session on campus to discuss its program(s) and answer any questions you may have about furthering your chiropractic education. Sherman College of Chiropractic provides students with a comprehensive chiropractic education, preparing them to enter the field as doctors of chiropractic who are highly skilled, compassionate, ethical and successful. On its beautiful 80- acre campus in South Carolina, Sherman offers a first professional degree program unique in its approach to health care and known globally for the skill and art of chiropractic delivered by its graduates. More information and registration for this event is available in Cat Career Tracks under the Events tab. Sponsor: Career Services

3pm
Dollar-A-Day Boys: A Musical Tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corps featuring Bill Jamerson

The Beaumier Center, along with the One Book One Community group, present an evening of songs and stories about the Civilian Conservation Corps featuring...

International Folk Dancing

International Folk Dancing

The NMU International Dancers welcome you to learn about culture and movement through dance. We meet Tuesdays (all year) to learn and practice dances from around the world. There are some opportunities for performing around the local/regional area, but no one is required to perform. No experience or partner is necessary. We teach at whatever level the participants require.

7:30pm

Tuesday, September 19