In 2016, the Michigan Legislature considered adopting legislation that would allow physicians to perform assisted suicide for terminally ill patients. Now, Oakland University is preparing to host a panel discussion about the so-called “Death with Dignity Act.” Read the rest of this entry »
Renee’s Gourmet Pizzeria* (1937 W. Maple Rd. Troy east of Coolidge in front of Walmart)
RSVP by March 21st to Danielle Workman firstname.lastname@example.org or
Michele Rhodes email@example.com
*Renee’s also offers vegan (dairy free) cheese and is nut and peanut free.
Can’t make it? Email Danielle or Michele to join our mailing list to be included in future invitations. Read the rest of this entry »
The good news is you got a job offer. Now it’s time to talk salary.
But the bad news is most people don’t really know how to negotiate successfully, and many women won’t negotiate at all. Read the rest of this entry »
Rehmann recently recognized the commitment and merit of key associates with promotions throughout each region. In the Firm’s southeast region, the following associates have been promoted:
• Eve Berton – Corporate investigative services (CIS) proposals and business development manager
• Christine Hoke – Accounting, consulting and tax manager
• Sejla Kulaglic – Tax manager
• Andrea Voth – Software systems administration manager Read the rest of this entry »
Cybersecurity professionals who want to bolster their knowledge, newcomers to the field or mid-level professionals preparing for a career change can register for three new training options at Wayne State University’s Cyber Range Hub, powered by Merit. Great skill-building for network and site administrators, security professionals and auditors. Read the rest of this entry »
Learn franchising basics, including the array of categories and investment levels available (starting at around $50K), and how to go about defining your own personal vision, matching that up with viable choices, and conducting proper due diligence to make sure you’re selecting the RIGHT fit for YOU!
For the 2017 Jean and Fred Braun Memorial Lecture, the Oakland University community will welcome Aaron James Draplin to campus on Wednesday, March 1.
Draplin, a graphic designer and founder of the Draplin Design Co., will present his talk “Pretty Much Everything: Draplin Design Co.” at 5 p.m. at Meadow Brook Hall on OU’s campus. The Detroit native will showcase his work, which includes case studies, road stories, lists, sketches, maps, how-tos and advice on design. He will also delve into the design process for some of his big-name clients, such as Nike, Esquire, Ford Motor Company and the Obama Administration. Read the rest of this entry »
Oakland University, in partnership with Hospice of Michigan, will host a screening and panel discussion of the PBS Frontline documentary “Being Mortal” from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 25 in the Gold Room at the Oakland Center, located at 321 Meadow Brook Road in Rochester. The event is open to the public. Read the rest of this entry »
OpTech, a Troy, Michigan-based IT, engineering, healthcare and financial workforce solutions provider, announced today the company has won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Talent Award for providing superior service to job seekers in the Nation. This is the first year that OpTech has received this honor. Read the rest of this entry »
Enrollment for 2017 spring quarter is now open for new and returning students at Baker College’s Auburn Hills campus, 1500 University Drive. On-ground classes begin Monday, April 3; two different sessions of online classes begin Thursday, March 30, and Thursday, May 11. Read the rest of this entry »