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Celebrating 25 years of leadership

CMU alumni spotlighted as Crain’s Detroit marks 40 Under 40 milestone

Contact: Heather Smith


​​​​​​​​​​​The year was 1991. The average price of a dozen eggs was 85 cents. George H.W. Bush was president of the United States. The number of personal computers connected to the internet finally had reached 1 million, and Crain's Detroit Business debuted​​ its 40 Under 40 list. ​

Since then, more than 30 Central Michigan University graduates have been named to the list. In honor of its silver anniversary and the accomplishments of our alumni, here is a look at the CMU Chippewas who have been recognized by Crain's Detroit Business​ — from the first recipient in 1991 through 2016 award winners Lisa Nuszkowski and Stephen Thornhill.

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