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- Faculty and staff achievement award winners were honored Tuesday, April 18, for their hard work and dedication to the College and University.
- Collegiate Pathways program allows students to earn the full Chinese language minor offered by WMU while still enrolled in high school.
- With six Fulbright scholars, four of whom are Arts and Sciences faculty, WMU is hailed as a top producer among the nation's research universities.
WMU reinstates African American and African Studies major and minor
- Read the latest newsletter from the Department of Chemistry.
- 2017 Share the Story–Scholar Talks: Kevin Corder Sharon Gill
- Dr. Jeffrey Angles, Japanese professor in world languages and literatures, is one of only a handful of non-native speakers ever to win the prestigious Yomiuri Prize for Literature. Listen to his interview with Michigan Radio.
Dr. Joseph Stoltman, professor of geography, is the recipient of two major awards from the National Council for Geographic Education; the Distinguished Mentor Award and the Higher Education Distinguished Teaching Award. He will be honored at their awards ceremony in July.
- Alum featured in CBS show: Dr. Jim Olson (B.S. '84, Biomedical Sciences) "lights up" brain tumors so neurosurgeons can see cancer.
- Bob Hercules' (B.A. '79, Communication) Maya Angelou documentary featured on PBS.
- Sports media students are getting real-world experience with ESPN3.
- EnRico Montalvo, double major in exercise science and Spanish, received a prestigious Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this semester.
- WMU students turn chemistry into art.
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