Explore our apartments, speak to a leasing agent, and learn more about your future home – all from the comfort of home. We’re committed to helping you continue your search for new housing, while also protecting your health, and the health of our residents and employees. Register for a virtual open house – livestreaming every day at 11AM and 4PMVisit Bloomfield Square at https://bloomfieldsquareapartments.com/ to take a walking tour of our apartments from the comfort of home.
Carl Leone has been named head coach of the Oakland University esports program, Director of Athletics Steve Waterfield announced on Monday, March 30. "I am thrilled to be a part of Oakland University’s inaugural esports program,” Leone said. “I am honored to be able to apply my knowledge of esports to support future student-athletes.” Leone joins the Golden Grizzlies after spending the last year as the League of Legends coach at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids in its inaugural season. "I am
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Richard Olawoyin, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering, has been appointed to the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), Inc.’s Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Advisory Council (IDEAC). Richard Olawoyin "We are proud to have one of our ISE department faculty colleagues appointed to ABET's IDEA Council, working on the national stage to help increase diversity and inclusion in the engineering community,” said Robert Van Til, chair and Pawley Professor of Lean
Everything the YMCA does is about making every day better. Over the next few days and weeks, we will continue to serve our members and community by: Delivering packed meals for children throughout the region - please check our website for daily updatesProviding virtual YMCA programming to share with members - more information will be shared as it becomes availableWe will do our best to keep you informed about changing circumstances. Visit our website for the most up to date information:
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Credit Union Pauses Loan Due Dates for All Members for 90 Days In Response to Global Health CrisisChief Financial Credit Union to Pause Loan Payments for 13,000 Loans (March 26, 2020 - Rochester Hills, MI -) In times of crisis, true community partners emerge. Chief Financial Credit Union, headquartered in Rochester Hills, MI, has spent decades becoming a true community partner. During this global health crisis, Chief is taking the lead to assist more than 13,000 individuals by pausing all loan payment due
We realize you may have some displaced employees seeking temporary job opportunities until they are called back to work by your company – and, they would appreciate any job leads they could consider. If so, you might consider referring them to Trion-Client Driveline – one of the nation’s largest retail merchandisers and a company considered exempt in states with shelter-in-place orders. Driveline’s retail merchandisers help their customers focus on driving consumer sales by ensuring that products and
Kathleen Spencer, special instructor in Oakland University’s School of Nursing, has been named to Crain’s Detroit Business’ 2020 list of Notable Women in Health. Along with other honorees, Spencer is featured in a special section of Crain’s March 16 online and print issue. The honorees were selected for demonstrating the ability to effect change in the health care industry. They have also shown a willingness to share expertise and have assumed leadership positions outside their organizations. Judy
Presented by: Don JohnstonAuthor: Joe Weppler Last fall, a study conducted by Owl Labs projected that nearly half the U.S. workforce would be working remotely for at least a portion of their week by 2025.The rise of remote work across the world compared to even five years ago has been climbing a pretty smooth slope. But with the rapid spread of the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) shutting down work facilities, transit and childcare, that slope has turned into a spike. With lock-downs and self-imposed
Yeo & Yeo is committed to providing businesses and individuals with the best tax and financial information available related to the coronavirus pandemic. Visit Yeo & Yeo’s COVID-19 Resource Center at www.yeoandyeo.com for up-to-date information about tax payment and tax filing deadlines, tax credits available to businesses, how employers can help employees apply for unemployment and many more useful COVID-19 links. Articles in the Resource Center include the following:How to Manage COVID-19 Related
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) today announced that – in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 – it will close its lobbies to visits from the public. These changes are necessary to implement Governor Whitmer’s recommendations regarding social distancing and public gatherings and are effective immediately for the following:Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC)Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC)Michigan Indigent Defense Commission (MIDC)Michigan Office of Administrative
As Paul J. Meyer, who many consider the pioneer of the self-improvement industry, said "productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning and focused effort." In this issue of the Pulse, we discuss working from home and how to be as productive as possible despite the change of scenery and distractions you may face. Enjoy! Regards, Don Johnston If you work in an office setting, chances are you’ve had to work from home before or will have to in
U.S. Chamber Applauds Passage of "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 2:00pm Chamber CEO: ‘No family or business should go bankrupt because of coronavirus’ WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas J. Donohue issued a statement today following Senate passage of the "Families First Coronavirus Response Act": “The Chamber applauds congressional leaders for moving quickly to pass a strong, bipartisan coronavirus response package that will provide immediate
For leaders who are building or inheriting teams in today's digitally enabled business environment, things are far more complicated than they were thirty years ago. We move faster, think bigger, and work differently, now. In part, this is because technology has revolutionized not only how we work, but where we work and who we work with. Click here to learn
Pictured from left, Dominique Daniel, coordinator of OU Archives and Special Collections, Rod Wilson, Susan Wilson and Shirley Paquette, OU Archives assistant For the past 30 years, Rod and Susan Wilson have amassed an impressive collection of Rochester artifacts. From photos and diaries, to postcards and magazines, the couple’s Rochester trove of around 9,000 items was culled mostly from donations, garage/estate sales, antique shops and eBay auctions. Their reputation as prodigious collectors grew over
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Neighborhood House is urgently looking for food donation. Any help with spreading the word would be great! Please see the information below on how anyone can help and how restaurants can help. There are two images attached one for each. Neighborhood House is in need of Food Donations Neighborhood House needs your help. And urgently. Our Food Pantry cannot keep up with the incredible need we have seen just in the past week. The demand for our typical financial assistance has exploded over the past two
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine has been reaccredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education for 8 years, the maximum time possible. Duane Mezwa, M.D., Stephan Sharf Interim Dean, OUWB, and chief academic officer, William Beaumont Hospital, made the announcement. “It is with extreme pride that I share with you that OUWB has been granted eight years of accreditation, the maximum amount of time that can be awarded, from the LCME (Liaison Committee on Medical Education),”
A new $117,700 grant awarded to Oakland University will fund a feasibility study for a Small Business Support Center in downtown Pontiac. The project will evaluate how university, city, county and state resources can be integrated into a single entity to develop, sustain and promote non-technology companies including retail, restaurants, cleaning services and more. The grant is an Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) award from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
Dear Fellow Community Members, We ask you to please take a few moments to learn about our upcoming “Make A Difference” Charity Auction by attending, sponsoring, or donating to our silent or live auction. On Friday, April 24, 2020 we will host our 30th Annual Charity Auction “Kentucky Derby” Gala at Petruzzello’s Banquet Hall in Troy. This evening is dedicated to raising funds that directly benefit job training and placement programs for individuals with disabilities. Please consider helping us
LANSING, Mich. – The rest of Michigan now knows what Dewpoint employees have known all along: The Lansing area’s leading Information Technology consulting firm goes above and beyond to enhance and enrich the workplace culture. Dewpoint was named among Michigan’s 100 “Cool Places to Work 2018” by Crain’s Detroit Business. Dewpoint has been named as one of the “Cool Places to Work” every year Crain’s has compiled the awards, which are based on employee input. Crain’s singled out several specific areas that