The week in photos: Feb. 19-25

| Author: Aaron Mills | Media Contact: Aaron Mills

Some of the top photos from Central Michigan University events and activities during the week of Feb. 19-25 as captured by University Communications.

Two women wearing winter coats stand in a brightly lit room with white walls and light brown wood floors. On the walls are large photographs by artist Khary Mason.
Guests view the works of Khary Mason’s photography exhibit “Friendly Fire: Scenes of Service (Searching for Safety)” in the Baber Room Gallery at Park Library. Mason is an artist and retired Detroit police force homicide investigator. The exhibit explores the artist’s own participation in a justice system at odds with his intentions and everything he was trained to believe.
A female graduate student wearing glasses and a maroon long sleeve shirt sits at a computer with multiple screens.
CMU graduate student Brooke Ray conducts research on the gait changes of Parkinson’s patients when using mobility aids in CMU’s Motion Analysis Lab in the College of Health Professions.
In a carpeted hallway inside Mt. Pleasant High School, a CMU student and a high school student sit on the floor talking.
A CMU student educator checks in with her student in a one-on-one meeting at Mt. Pleasant High School.
A male CMU student with long hair and wearing a green plaid shirt sits at a desk inside a classroom next to a female high school student in a pink Nike sweatshirt.
A CMU student educator shares a laugh with his student while discussing the themes of George Orwell’s 1984 in a Mt. Pleasant High School classroom.
Provost Nancy Mathews sits in a chair holding a microphone, talking to alumna Angle Bush. Behind them is a maroon sign reading
At a Black History event in the The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions, Provost Nancy Mathews moderates a discussion with CMU alumna Angle Bush about the contributions of Black women in artificial intelligence.

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