and staff are moving back into some parts of Thomas Fine Arts.
Offices and departments that will be housed in the Charles
B. Hedgcock Building, including the Student Services
Center, will begin the transition to the redesigned venue
in early August. The Engineering and Planning photo above
shows furniture being assembled in the Financial Services
Recital Hall, a 300-seat auditorium that is also part of the
project, is slated to open before the end of October. The
renovated Hedgcock facility will also include the new Fieldhouse
on the new Art and Design addition, which includes the DeVos
Art Museum, is expected to be finished during the fall semester.
lot 28, located by the Learning Resource Center, is nearly
completed. It will be designated primarily faculty/staff when
it reopens at the end of July. At that time, construction
will begin on lot 62 between the Student Services Center and
Forest Roberts Theatre. The project is expected to be finished
in September. Full Story
NMU Archives has received a $48,000 national grant.
will be used to process and organize collections documenting
the political activity of former Upper Peninsula lawmakers
Dominic Jacobetti, Pat Gagliardi and Charles Varnum. Full
new all-sports pass is available to faculty and staff for
NMU athletic events. It covers admission to all volleyball,
football and basketball games.
cost to employees is $35 for the first pass and $19 for each
additional, with a maximum purchase of four passes per individual.
The general public may also purchase all-sports passes for
$95 apiece. Full Story