The Northern Michigan University Passport to Campus committee was selected for a 2021 NMU Distinguished Team Award. Once the decision was made to require all faculty, staff and students to have a COVID-19 test prior to returning to campus last year, this group of individuals worked “tirelessly” to accomplish that goal through a mass testing event in the Northern Center.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Four-Year Review Team was selected for a 2021 Northern Michigan University Distinguished Team Award. Members are Daniel Cullen and Jason Nicholas of Institutional Research; Kathryn Johnson of History; Joanne Sved of Institutional Research; and Shaun Thunell of the School of Clinical Sciences.
Nearly 80% of Northern Michigan University employees and 63% of the overall on-campus student population have been vaccinated heading into the fall semester, according to a July 29 email from President Fritz Erickson to the campus community. The latter rate will increase, as many first-year students have yet to upload their information to the university's Bridge app. Erickson also reported that NMU is not holding a mass testing event or mandating vaccines, but is requiring that unvaccinated individuals wear masks indoors.
The Arts and Athletics Showcase for Homecoming 2020 has been selected for a 2021 Northern Michigan University Distinguished Team Award. The team included Chair Kylie Bunting and Robyn Stille of Alumni Relations; Erin Colwitz of Music; William Digneit and Jill Grundstrom of Theatre & Dance; Michael Forester and Ryan Stephens of University Marketing & Communications; Katherine Harvath of Intercollegiate Athletics & Rec Sports; Michael Lakenen of Broadcast & Audio-Visual Services; and Christine Lenzen and Jason Schneider of the School of Art & Design.
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The Admissions Events Committee has been selected for a 2021 Northern Michigan University Distinguished Team Award. The committee is comprised of chair Kate Hooper, Christina Carr, Allison Frorenza, Alyssa Lambert and Kimberly Randolph of Admissions; Jeffrey Koval of Broadcast & Audio-Visual Services; and William Richards of Business Intelligence & Information Services.