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NMU School of Health and Human Performance presents at international conference
NMU School of Health and Human Performance professors Randy Jensen and Sarah Breen, along with students from the sports and exercise science programs, gave seven presentations at the recent International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports in Oxford, Ohio, making NMU the second-most productive university at the conference.
Exercise Science master's student establishes foundation
Inspired by the death of a close friend at a young age, Exercise Science master's student Abdul Alaqil establishes a foundation.
NMU biology students conduct field research in Africa
NMU biology professors Alec Lindsay and Diana Lafferty recently led a group of 14 students, collectively known as Zambassadors, on a faculty-led study abroad trip in the south-central African nation of Zambia.
NMU MFA student wins travel grant
Katherine Belliel, a Midwest native turned global citizen, has a B.S. in History from Eastern Michigan University and is currently an MFA candidate at Northern Michigan University.
NMU Board of Trustees approves two new master's degrees
The Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees approved two new master's programs: master's in mathematics (beginning fall 2019);. master's in speech-language pathology (beginning summer 2021)
Prof Writes Book on Mental Illness Portrayals
"While researching a journal article on mental illness in young adult fiction, Richmond said she was shocked to discover only one book had broached the topic, and its focus was on 20th century literature. She decided a more contemporary account was warranted. Her book analyzes works published since 2000."
Graduate and McNair students present three-minute theses
Graduate and McNair students did a fantastic job during the 3MT competition. Read about the winners and what's next here.
NMU Graduate Studies welcomes new students
Starting graduate school can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help. Explore our Graduate Student Welcome Page for next steps and helpful resources.
NMU's Online MPA program is one of the most affordable in the nation
Northern Michigan University offers one of the most affordable online Master of Public Administration (MPA) degrees in the nation, according to a new ranking by bestvalueschools.com.