Events

Monday, March 16

Diversity Common Reader Events Coming Up

Diversity Common Reader Events Coming Up

If you haven't read Southside Buddhist by Ira Sukrungruang yet, it's not to late to pick up your copy from the MERC (3001 Hedgcock.) Free for students! 

Program events are happening March 23-March 27. Visit www.nmu.edu/diversitycommittee/reading for full details on the talks, including: 

  • Author Keynote - 7:30pm Thursday 3/26 in Mead Auditorium
  • Zen Buddhism - Talk and Guided Meditation
  • Immigration to the U.P. in the NMU Archives
  • Panel Presentation on Obesity, Diabetes & Depression
  • International Student Panel Presentation
  • Book Discussion

Group reading in the library atrium from 12-1 the next two Fridays.

Injury Evaluation and Care Clinic

The clinic's primary purpose is to provide the community with a health care opportunity that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of sport and...

Personnel Changes

Personnel Changes

Promotion/Transfers

Dawn Allen (effective 2/10/2020)

To: Principal Secretary (4B) in the Registrar's office

 

Jonathan Sandoval (effective 2/17/2020)

To: Head Women's Soccer Coach (CT) in Intercollegiate Athletics & Recreational Sports

 

New Hires

Alden Griffus (effective 3/2/2020)

To: Executive Chef (SA) in Dining Services

 

Jacob Paupore (effective 3/16/2020)

To: NIC Network Specialist I (T2) in the Network Infrastructure Center

 

Joseph Ombrello (effective 4/1/2020)

To: Manager-Purchasing (SA) in Purchasing

TIAA Financial Webinar

TIAA Financial Webinar

In the years leading up to retirement, and in retirement, protecting your retirement savings becomes just as important as growing it.  Are you overexposed to market losses?  Will you outlive your money?  Are you confident you can retire on your own terms?  Register today for a free TIAA Financial Essentials webinar on Wednesday, March 18th from 12 noon to 1 p.m.  and join the discussion on how to create your own personal “pension” with TIAA Traditional and market proof your retirement.  When click on the link and are directed to the flyer, hit the schedule online button.

SPSS Workshop

Dr. Fang from the Department of Psychological Science will be leading a workshop introducing SPSS and walking participants through basic analyses. Please...

Asking For a Friend

There are lots of resources available in the community and on campus for survivors of sexual assault. Learn how to responsibly support survivors and combat...

CANCELED - Beaumier Lecture Series: "Where the men are men and the women are too: stereotypes of the Yooper"

The popular culture of the Upper Peninsula is full of stereotypes about Yoopers, both male and female. Often funny, yet sometimes inaccurate, these...

Monday, March 16