College of Communication and Fine Arts
Al Wildey receives award in International Photographic Competition
CMU photography professor Al Wildey has been awarded second place in the abstract category of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts International Photographic Competition. His artwork will be displayed in an exhibit until July 31.
College of Education and Human Services
Maureen MacGillivray featured on the cover of Specialty Fabrics Review
CMU apparel merchandising and design professor Maureen MacGillivray is pictured on the cover of the June issue of Specialty Fabrics Review for her military project focused on outfitting soldiers in all branches of the military.
View the story of her research and apparel design work here.
College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences
Hope May speaks at Peace Palace Library
CMU philosophy professor Hope May was a guest speaker at a three-day master class at the Peace Palace Library in The Hague, Netherlands. The class and lectures focused on the centenary of the International Congress of Women of 1915. It highlighted a number of themes including the activism of Bertha von Suttner and its connection to the International Congress of Women and the partnership between men and women.