Local inventor and entrepreneur Bob Green will be the featured speaker at the next LegUP! meeting, 6:30-8 p.m., Dec. 11 atthe Johnson Center at Cleary University.
The event is free and open to the public. The Johnson Center is located at 3750 Cleary Drive in Howell. For more information, contact Pat Convery, President of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, at (517) 546-3920.
Green will share the story of the development and launch of Hug-a-Plug, proof that necessity is, indeed, the mother of invention.
You are invited to join the Cleary University Alumni Association to celebrate the holidays and the December 2013 Cleary graduates Thursday, Dec. 12 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. in rooms 6 & 8 at the Johnson Center.
Hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be provided. Please stop in and toast the new grads and connect with other alumni. Current & prospective students are welcome to attend as well.
Please RSVP to Janet Filip at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-586-3009. We hope to see you there!
HOWELL – Cleary University Is partnering with St. John Providence Health System to provide a bachelor’s degree in business to health care professionals who are planning a course of study in radiologic technology.
"The health care industry is elevating the standards for many clinical professions, bachelor's degrees will soon become the minimum entry requirement for employment,” said Marge Wisniewski, faculty chair for Cleary University’s Health Care Management Program. “Health care professionals are finding that a business degree is the perfect complement to their clinical skill sets, and a key factor in charting a successful career path.”
"The St. John Providence Health System is excited with this new partnership with Cleary University,” said Mary Kleven, program director for the Providence Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. “Our collective reputation in delivering excellent education and training in the field of radiologic technology will be matched by the education given through Cleary University.”
Alessandro DiNello, the chief executive officer of Flagstar Bank, will be the guest speaker for the Dec. 14 commencement ceremony at Cleary University at the Johnson Center on the Livingston County campus.
DiNello had served as president and chief administrative officer of Flagstar Bank since December 2012. Flagstar is the largest bank headquartered in the state of Michigan and the eighth largest mortgage lender in the country.
DiNello began his banking career as a bank examiner and later joined Security Savings Bank in Jackson, Mich., where he ultimately served as president. In 1994, Security Savings was acquired by First Security Savings Bank, which later became Flagstar Bank. He continued with the combined organization as an executive officer responsible for growing the bank’s funding sources.
Other speakers will include: Peter J. Glaab, president of Individual Financial Planning, Inc. and faculty speaker Robert Kozal. Glaab is the recipient of the 2013 Friedt Medallion.
SYRACUSE - Cleary University's Elaine Lowe, a freshman from Alpena, won the individual national championship at the United States Collegiate Atheltic Association (USCAA) competition Friday.
Lowe finished the 6K race with a time of 23:07.6, a full 23 seconds ahead of the second place finisher. The field included more than 150 athletes from 17 different schools from across the nation.
Lowe's time helped the Cleary University women's team take fifth place overall.