NMU is competing against the three other U.P. universities in a flu shot competition to see which school can get the highest percentage of its overall population to be vaccinated against the flu. Students, faculty and staff are all eligible to participate.
Come have a safe and fun Halloween! NMU student organizations will decorate trunks of cars to provide a fun and safe trick or treating experience. Families can drive through the parking lot of the PEIF and the driver of each vehicle will be handed a goodie bag from each station. *All student organizations will be wearing facial coverings throughout this event.
The Music Department is proud to present our second senior recital of the year: Will Ragnone, piano! Will will be performing solo piano pieces by Scriabin, Liszt, Brahms, and Chopin, as well as being joined by some friends from the Music Department to form a jazz trio. This recital is in partial fulfillment of graduation requirements for the Bachelor's of Music Education.
Students will gather to stream the presidential debates, the vice presidential debate, and the election results.
This workshop helps students learn how to apply and tips for being successful at grant applications and the Excellence in Education Award.
Join us on Wednesday, November 11, at 7 p.m. ET as we welcome permafrost expert Dr. Fritz Nelson ’73, former NMU Alumni Association board member and Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient in 2007.
Join us on Wednesday, December 9 at 7 p.m. ET as we welcome Chef Alden Griffus CCC ’10, executive chef of dining services at Northern Michigan University, for a holiday cooking segment. Tired of eating turkey sandwiches and not sure what to do with all of those holiday leftovers?