The NMU School of Nursing typically holds trauma response simulations in a lab with mannequins. But for the first time Thursday afternoon, it collaborated with the ROTC Wildcat Battalion. The mock bomb training exercise allowed senior nursing students to interact with and deliver treatment to human patients out in the field.
Northern Michigan University senior ceramics major Niikah Hatfield has designed and produced special-edition WNMU-TV mugs for the station to give as promotional gifts during its fundraising campaign that begins next week. This is the first time a student's design has been featured for this purpose, and likely won't be the last through future collaborations with Art & Design.
About 80 NMU students representing various academic majors recently participated in a poverty simulation at the Northern Center. The experience was far more impactful than a traditional lecture in helping students comprehend and empathize with situations they are likely to encounter in their careers.
Feb. 25, 2020 —
Media are welcome to cover a mock bomb simulation at Northern Michigan University's intramural fields (intersection of Lincoln Ave. and Wright St.) on Thursday, Feb. 27. The NMU School of Nursing, which typically holds trauma response simulations in a lab with mannequins, will for the first time collaborate with the ROTC Wildcat Battalion by staging a medical tent outdoors.
Alumnus Stephen Dupuie is putting his NMU education to use renovating an old Kalamazoo church building into a new venue for his sketch comedy group, The Dormouse Troupe. The facility will also host music shows and other performances that are “off the beaten path” of traditional theater.
Northern Michigan University will host an active environmental stewardship forum titled “Learn & Spring Into Action” on Tuesday, March 17, in 1100 Jamrich Hall. The free event is open to the public and is sponsored by the NMU Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences Department, as well as Lions Club International.