|April 27, 2009
||CGSL Assistant Director Ryan Lambert represents CMU at Senate Committee hearing (CM-Life).|
|April 26, 2009
||CGSL Coordinator Scott George is recognized for his work with Chip Away Malaria (Canton Observer & Eccentric).|
|April 14, 2009
||Dr. Richard Lapchick to speak at Central Michigan University (Morning Sun).|
|April 2, 2009
||CGSL Assistant Director Ryan Lambert is recognized for his work with Chip Away Malaria (Beacon News).|
|March 25, 2009
||Chip Away Malaria presence felt at Clinton Global Initiative University 2009. View webcast of Media and Marketing #2 Session (Chip Away Malaria at 49:09). View Chip Away Malaria Commitment (CGIU).|
|March 18, 2009
||Chip Away Malaria interviewed on CBS Radio to tell its story. The interview aired in the Detroit market on FM stations Oldies 104.3 WOMC and Smooth Jazz V 98.7 WVMV, and on the AM station WXYT The Ticket 1270.|
|March 4, 2009
||Chip Away Malaria/Pistons offer has two games left to sell discounted tickets for in order to prevent malaria (Detroit Free Press).|
|February 27, 2009
||Classes stir up quite a "racquet" in the first ever Adamson-Rollenhagen Class Challenge that was held to raise money for children in need.|
|February 12, 2009
||Dr. Vincent Mumford of the CGSL is awarded top honor in the State of Michigan for using service in education by Michigan Campus Compact (Dover Post).|
|February 4, 2009
||Chip Away Malaria partners with the Detroit Pistons to raise money through the sale of discounted tickets (CM Life). Related press from WXYT Channel 7 in Detroit.|
|November 21, 2008
Walk-A-Thon to raise funds for breast cancer research, awareness 2008 Breast Cancer Walk-A-Thon under the Passion Project (CM Life).
|November 21, 2008
Class hopes to ‘gold out’ Rose Arena PES 603’s “Operation Gold Out” under the Passion Project (CM Life).
|November 21, 2008
CMU basketball helping to fight hunger PES 603’s “Operation Gold Out” under the Passion Project (Morning Sun).
|November 20, 2008
CMU Athletics, American Red Cross, and PES 603 Graduate Students Create Operation Gold Out: Selling Out for Charity PES 603’s “Operation Gold Out” under the Passion Project (CMU Athletics).
|November 19, 2008
Hoopers’ tournament benefits charitySanta’s Little Hoopers 3-on-3 basketball tournament under the Passion Project (CM Life).
|April 26, 2008
||CMU Football Team Tackles Malaria|
Sport Management students pair up with Chippewa football players to host youth clinic (MLive).
|January 16, 2008
||CMU Honor Students raise $6,000 for Nothin' But Nets|
Exceptional students host several small events for a big impact (Central Michigan).
||Research Presentation at International Conference|
Both faculty and students from CGSL made presentations to Education Professionals from around the world (Hawaii International Conference on Education).
|November 30, 2007
||Graduate Students present Sportsmanship Award|
Sport Administration Students visit Lake Fenton High School's Homecoming Court (CMU Corp).
|October 22, 2007
||Chip Away Malaria donates $10,000 to Nothin' But Nets|
Student ran organization awards check to United Nations Foundation (CM Life).
|October 12, 2007
||Operation Sellout! Graduate Students attempt to make history|
Students in the Sport Management Program attempt to sellout CMU vs. Army game (CM Life).
|January 15, 2007
||American Red Cross Honor Individuals Fighting Malaria, Saving Lives.|
Ryan Lambert and Dr. Vincent Mumford awarded Michigan Heroes Award (Detroit Pistons).
|November 11, 2006
||Ryan's Story: Chip Away Malaria|
The passion, that what started as a class project, that was created (Nothing But Nets).
Physical Education & Sport (PES)