Central Michigan University faculty, students, staff, alumni, colleges and departments regularly receive accolades for their outstanding work. Here's a roundup of recognition from summer 2018.
Art and design faculty member Al Wildey's landscape photograph "Midland" received third place honors in the Australia-based Head On Photo Festival, one of the world's most prestigious photo festivals.
CMU received the 2018 Sustainability Award from the APPA, previously the Association of Physical Plant Administrators. CMU's sustainability efforts include food recovery, waste reduction, student environmental advocacy and recycling.
Graduate student Li Jiang's collection was selected as a finalist in one of the best-known and competitive international student competitions in the world, the 2018 International Arts of Fashion Competition.
WCMU Public Television's "Destination Michigan" received a regional Emmy Award from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Michigan Chapter. The original WCMU Public Television series explores Michigan's splendor and showcases the people and places that make our state a remarkable place to live.
Central Michigan University professor Joe Sommers has published a new book of interviews with celebrated author Neil Gaiman.
Central Michigan University recreation, parks and leisure services administration faculty members Tim Otteman and Lori Irwin are 2018 inductees into the Gus Macker Hall of Fame.
Clarke Historical Library archivist and associate professor Marian Matyn has been appointed to the Michigan State Historical Records Advisory Board by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Lauren Agnew, a student in the master's degree program in apparel product development and merchandising technology, has been selected to receive the International Textiles and Apparel Association's Sara Douglas Fellowship for Professional Promise.