The increase in police staffing is the latest of many safety efforts that have been implemented to ensure Eastern remains one of the safest campuses among Michigan public universities, as reflected by comparative safety data (www.emich.edu/safetycomparison). Eastern’s overall campus safety efforts include the deployment of more than 30 fully trained and licensed professional police officers, 24 hours a day/seven days a week operations, 500 security cameras that blanket campus, SEEUS campus escorts, and a variety of other safety measures.
Eastern Michigan University to hire four additional police officers to support expanded off-campus public safety operations by Geoff Larcom, Published November 15, 2013 YPSILANTI - Eastern Michigan University will hire four additional full-time police officers by mid-January 2014 to support expanded off-campus patrols.
Two teams from the EMU College of Business won first and third at the Kohl’s Marketing Challenge at the 6th annual American Marketing Association regional conference, held at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Oct. 24-25. The conference involved registrants from 20 universities, and an additional 10-12 schools viewed the presentations via a live video feed.
Eastern Michigan is the fastest growing public university in the state of Michigan for new freshmen over the last three years.
The University’s fall 2013 freshman class of 2,872 tops Eastern’s previous all-time record of 2,854, set in 1999, and represents an increase of 43 percent or 864 students over the last three years, according to final fall enrollment figures.
No other public university in Michigan has seen its freshman population grow so significantly over the last three years.
EMU leads Michigan in freshman enrollment growth over last three years by Geoff Larcom, Published September 17, 2013 YPSILANTI - Eastern Michigan is the fastest growing public university in the state of Michigan for new freshmen over the last three years.
The events at Eastern echo those in Washington D.C. where there will be a morning re-dedication program at the King Memorial, and ringing of bells at the Lincoln Memorial at 3 p.m., the time King began his " I Have a Dream" address 50 years ago. Stay tuned to WEMU for special coverage of the 50th anniversary from noon to 4 p.m., including live coverage of President Obama's speech starting at 3 p.m.
Eastern Michigan University to commemorate 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech Event scheduled for 3 p.m. August 28 at MLK Gardens on Eastern campus by Geoff Larcom, Published August 27, 2013 YPSILANTI - At 3 p.m.