Edward Mulford has been awarded a coveted Transportation Club of Detroit scholarship for 2017. This marks the fifth year in a row that a WMU student has been the recipient of the scholarship.
This fall, WMU will become the first university in Michigan, and sixth in the nation, to offer high-intensity, circuit-based F45 workout classes. Free classes will be offered Sept. 5-17.
Emergency responders will use new physical addresses for all campus buildings beginning Aug. 18. The use of the new addresses for mail delivery by the U.S. Postal Service will be effective Aug. 26.
A recent study that measures the importance of research published in quality journals as well as research co-authorship ranks WMU 68th internationally in business and management education research, the highest rank of any Michigan institution.
If your family enjoys meeting new people and exploring new cultures, consider becoming a host family for international visitors who will be arriving from Japan this month.
The University's reputation in the field of behavior analysis has led Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to appoint multiple people with WMU ties to a new board that will help license and regulate the profession.
Dr. Beverly Vandiver, counselor education and counseling psychology, received a Distinguished Career Contribution to Research award from the American Psychological Association.
Gov. Rick Snyder has reappointed Dr. Ola Smith, chair and professor in the Department of Accountancy, to the State Board of Accountancy.
Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 5, but fall opening activities officially begin when new students arrive on campus Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Sam Dunlap, WMU's first black student-athlete, struck fear in the hearts of gridiron opponents and racked up scoring records that lasted decades, all the while fighting racism on and off the playing field.
WMU's Bronco Force and Urban Alliance are joining forces to provide critically needed supply chain management industry support and training for unemployed and underemployed residents.
Business Insider, an online news organization with more than 70 million viewers, has named WMU the most affordable, highly ranked university in Michigan.