Northern Michigan University's Career Services and Alumni Relations offices have teamed up to establish the Alumni Resource Network, an effort to connect students to NMU alumni who can offer career and professional development advice and opportunities.
Internationally recognized economist Deirdre McCloskey will explain how the world has gotten exponentially wealthier since 1800, and why it will continue on that trajectory, when she presents “It's Good to Be Rich: Why Liberalism Works” at Northern Michigan University. Her talk begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in 1100 Jamrich Hall.
Michelle Leigh Farell, a professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Fairfield University, will discuss new audiovisual landscapes in Cuba when she presents “Is Havana Isolated, or is Washington?” at Northern Michigan University. Her talk is scheduled from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in 1311 Jamrich Hall.
Northern Michigan University alumna and former accounting professor Carol Johnson is the new dean of the NMU College of Business. She had previously served in an interim capacity. The NMU Board of Trustees approved her appointment at its September meeting.