Kim Mollberg earns CMA designation

Kim Mollberg, School of Business, has earned the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation from The Institute of Management Accountants. Accountants who earn the CMA have displayed proficiency in many facets of accounting and financial management. This is demonstrated by completion of a nationwide comprehensive examination on accounting and related subjects, meeting an experience requirement and agreeing to comply with the […]

New York art exhibit reception Sept. 1

The Department of Art & Design, with support from the Office of Student Activities, invites the campus to the reception for Back in the New York Groove: Work from the Summer New York Art Experience, the inaugural exhibition of the 2011-12 school year.  The reception will be held Thursday, Sept. 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. 4in the Roland Dille […]

Library running trial of new periodicals and e-book database

The Livingston Lord Library is running a trial of a new periodicals and e-book database from noted European publisher, Springer. This database indexes thousands of periodicals and e-books across all disciplines, as well as thousand of protocols for the sciences. The trial runs until Nov. 23, 2011. You are encouraged to make use of this database until then; go to […]

CAA team visits campus Sept. 29-30

The Speech Language Pathology Graduate program is in the process of receiving reaccreditation from the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA). On Sept. 29 & 30, a team from CAA will be visiting our program. As part of that process, comments from persons in the public familiar with our program and clinic are requested. If interested in providing a comment, please see […]