Northern Michigan University will hold its 14th annual Uniting Neighbors in the Experience of Diversity (UNITED) Conference Sept. 23-24 in Ballroom I and II of the Northern Center. UNITED is a yearly conference composed of a broad range of presentations focusing on diversity and inclusion.
Northern Michigan University will host informational events in Escanaba and Iron Mountain, where non-traditional students can learn about career-advancing business programs offered completely or partially online. Programs include a new bachelor of applied science in management degree, a graduate certificate in health informatics and a master of business administration (MBA).
The next Science on Tap event will be titled “From Volcanoes to Glaciers: The Amazing Geologic Story of the U.P.” NMU Biology Professor Robert Regis will deliver the presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Ore Dock Brewing Company. All Science on Tap events are free and open to all ages.
Identifying and overcoming imposter syndrome, the inability to internalize and accept one's success, will be the topic of the next Psychological Science Colloquium at Northern Michigan University. The presentation will begin at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, in room 2904 of the West Science Building.