Grieves

OT instructor receives EUP Community Engagement Award

Holly Grieves, occupational therapy instructor at WMU-Grand Rapids, has received the Extended University Programs Community Engagement Award for 2015-16. The $1000 award is presented annually at spring convocation.

Students explore options at inaugural Student Expo

The 2016 CHHS Student Expo took over the CHHS building's atrium November 3. More than 150 students came to connect with the 38 departments, businesses and student organizations that were represented. Students were able to learn about on-campus resources and make connections in the community that could help them before and after graduation.

February 23

Burian Lecture Focused on community and educational issues in the health and human services from a problem-solving perspective, Edna Kane-Williams, AARP, location TBD, 7 to 9 p.m. Free.

February 24

Biennial Diversity and Inclusion Conference "Well-Being within a Diverse Health Community," location TBD, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Registration $25, $10 for WMU students, includes lunch.