Announcements

TIAA Financial Essentials Webinar

TIAA Financial Essentials Webinar

TIAA is offering a webinar entitled "Market-proof your retirement" on Thursday, March 14th from 12 noon to 1 p.m.  During retirement and the years leading up to it, protecting your retirement savings is just as important as growing it.  Join TIAA as they highlight the TIAA Traditional investement option and help you create your own personal "pension."  Register Today.

3/6
Personnel Changes

Personnel Changes

 

Transfers

 

Earnest Hurley (effective 2/5/2019)

To: Food Service Worker III-Residential (F3) Dining Services

 

Derek Estes (effective 2/1/2019)

To: food Service Worker III-Residential (F3) Dining Services

3/11
Summer/Fall Course Registration

Summer/Fall Course Registration

Course registration for the summer semester begins on Monday, March 18 for all students. 

Registration for the up-coming Fall semester begins Friday, March 22 and continues through the following week, with exact dates and times assigned based on credit hours earned. 

(*Registration for Global Campus students begins Monday March 18, for summer and fall semesters.)

A PDF of course offerings will be posted at www.nmu.edu/registrar as soon as it is available. We expect Summer and Fall course information to be available by the middle of this week.  A detailed registration schedule will also be available on this website around the same time.   

Prior to your registration time, make sure you address any registration holds on your record, keeping in mind that holds (especially financial) may be added at any time.  Holds can be viewed through MyNMU.

If you have not already done so, we strongly recommend that you meet with your academic adviser before registering for classes to discuss your academic goals and progress.

3/11
Winter Semester Job Fair Happening Next Week!

Winter Semester Job Fair Happening Next Week!

The 29th Annual Winter Semester Job Fair is taking place next week on Wednesday, March 20th.  This fair brings together students and employers from the Midwest to explore today's exciting job outlook.

There will be 56 employers at the fair this year who are looking forward to speaking with students and alumni about job and internship opportunities. 

This event is free for students and alumni to attend.  For more information, including a list of employers attending, click here.  

 

3/13
ASNMU Elections Sign-Up

ASNMU Elections Sign-Up

The ASNMU (student government) elections are quickly coming up this April! If you are interested in running for a position on the student government, please review the Election Packet via the attached link for more information and all the required forms. 

Intent to Run forms (found in the elections packet) are due to the ASNMU Office (1203 University Center, or asnmu@nmu.edu) by March 22nd at 5pm.

https://www.nmu.edu/asnmu/sites/DrupalASNMU/files/UserFiles/Election_Packet_W2019.pdf

 

 

3/15
Call for Abstracts - Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship

Call for Abstracts - Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship

Calling for abstracts for the 24th Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship to be held on Thursday, April 11. Deadline for abstracts is Wednesday, March 27 at 5 p.m. 

Who should participate? 

Any undergrad or graduate student who has conducted research or undertaken a scholarly creative endeavor under guidance of faculty. 

How can I participate? 

  • Present a poster
  • Give a 10 minute talk on your work.
  • Display art in the Jamrich Lobby (contact event organizers for details and questions.)
  • submit an essay of 10 pages or less. (more about essay competition at event webpage.) 

How do I submit an abstract? 

Submit abstract of 250 words or less to form at www.nmu.edu/studentcelebration by 5 p.m. on 3/27. Full abstract guidelines available on the event webpage. 

Support your classmates and friends by attending talks and posters. Awards ceremony at 9am in Jamrich 1320 includes light breakfast. Free and open to the public. 

 

3/15
Personnel Changes

Personnel Changes

Promotions

Julie Downs (effective 11/17/2018) 

To: Executive Secretary (4A) W.L. Cisler College of Business

 

Gretchen Devroy (effective 3/11/2019)

To: Payroll Specialist (P3) Human Resources

 

Lindsey Butorac (effective 3/11/2019)

To: Associate Director-Payroll/HRIS (SA) Human Resources

 

New Hires

Randy Keough (effective 3/16/2019)

To: Concessions Operations Manager (P5) Dining Services

 

Jenna Bruttomesso (effective 5/6/2019)

To: Head Coach-Strength and Conditioning(CT) Intercollegiate Athletics & Recreational Sports

3/18
Need to Hire a Student Employee?

Need to Hire a Student Employee?

The Career Services office has a great tool for posting jobs/internships, signing up for job fairs, and much more!  Handshake is our all-in-one web system for students, faculty, staff, employers, and alumni.  We currently have over 9,600 employers in Handshake and that’s steadily growing! On average, our office approves 30 new employers (from all over the world) and 100 jobs (full-time, part-time, summer jobs and internships) into Handshake each day!

With Handshake, you can:

  • Post on-campus jobs and internships (including Graduate Assistantships)
  • Manage and receive applications online
  • Register online for job fairs
  • Search for available jobs with your students

Click here to find more information!

Thank you for the support and experience that you provide to our student employees.  If you have any questions regarding student employment or Handshake, please feel free to contact our office at 227-2800. 

3/22
NMU 2019 Faculty Biennial Exhibition Closes

Highlighting creative achievements in all media and concentrations, this exhibition gives the NMU and broader community the opportunity to see the talent...

Free tickets for NMU Students for Söndörgő Concert

On April 5, the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center is presenting a concert by the Hungarian folk group, Söndörgő, at Kaufman Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The Center...

Mexico and the U.S.: Economic times that Bind

World Affairs Council lecture #8 by Carlos Capistran, Bank of America-Merril Lynch, NY City, exams economic relations between Mexico and the U.S.

Sexual Assault in the Military

Col. Don Christensen, retired Air Force prosecutor will lecture on sexual assault in the military and the need for special legislation.

Marco Island Alumni Reception

NMU is setting sail for Marco Island! Welcome aboard as you join us for an alumni cocktail reception hosted by Peter and Peggy Frazier and the NMU Alumni...

Rape Aggression Defense Presentation

The NMU Police Department and ASNMU present a drop-in presentation on the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Systems course on campus. This will be a one-hour...

Tampa Alumni Reception

NMU is coming to Tampa! Please join us for a free reception hosted by President Fritz Erickson and the NMU Alumni Association. Campus update from President...

Music Performance Scholarship Competition

Come see students play a variety of music to compete for NMU scholarships.

Jesse McCartney

Northern Arts and Entertainment presents Jesse McCartney March 29, 2019

Volunteering For Your Major

Come join the MERC & Career Services to learn about volunteering in college. There will be free food and refreshments for all who attend. Some topics of...

Business After Hours + The Big Pitch 2019

Come watch this exciting Shark-Tank style event as six student participants present their original business ideas on Thursday, March 28 in the Forest Roberts...

Intramural Racquetball Tournament (Doubles)

Join the Intramural Sports program for their Doubles Racquetball tournament! Singles Tournament: Friday, March 29th @ 6pmWhere: PEIF Racquetball CourtsCost:...

Upper Peninsula Beekeeping Conference

The 2nd annual conference dedicated to the special challenges of keeping bees in Northern climates. Designed specifically for fellow beekeepers, this...

NMU Invitational Programming Contest

The NMU Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has been planning and hosting this annual event since 2000. The NMU-hosted...

Learning to Walk Together Traditional Powwow

The 26th Annual Learning to Walk Together Powwow is a one day traditional powwow at the Marquette Armory. Come join us for a day of Native American...

Senior Recital Series - Catherine Nevala, Flute

Come see Catherine's capstone to her university experience.

Employee Appreciation Day

Thank you for all that you do! Stop by and grab a free cup of coffee or tea and a breakfast snack between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. at the one of the...

NMU Employees:  Enrolling at NMU - Tuition Scholarship Program Session

This session will provide an overview of the employee tuition scholarship program, the admissions and enrollment process, and related financial aid...

Evening at the Archives: The Digital Apocalypse!

Join us in the NMU Archives for a debate between University Archivist Marcus Robyns and Beaumier Heritage Center Director Dan Truckey, moderated by Dean...

Intramural Euchre Tournament

Join the Intramural Sports program for their bi-annual Euchre Tournament! See below for more information regarding the tournament. Date: Friday, April...

NMU Percussion Ensemble

The NMU Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Professor James A. Strain, will present its annual Winter semester concert on Saturday, November 10 at...

The Jitterbug Jive with Adam Sawfox!

The Jitterbug Jive with Adam Sawfox...a Benefit in support of Public Radio 90! We're having another "swing thing" at the Ore Dock Brewing Company; a...

Writing Center is Hiring

If you're interested in helping other students improve their writing skills, please consider applying for a position at the Writing Center. For application...

Concordia-St. Paul vs Northern Mich.

Women's Lacrosse on April 10th, 6:00 PM: Concordia-St. Paul vs Northern Mich., Conference

Coffee & Communication

Come join the MERC to learn about email etiquette and communicating with your professors! We will be going over how to compose, word, and send emails...