Picked as the No. 10 seed overall, the WMU men's soccer team has a first-round bye and will host a second-round NCAA tournament game at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19, at the WMU Soccer Complex.
WMU students brought home a map competition first place, an inaugural education research award and a desert research grant from the 2017 Geological Society of America annual meeting.
Kristin Fiore, owner and managing director of Down Dog Yoga Center, will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, Dec. 8, in 2150 Schneider Hall. Reservations are required for the free, public event, which begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m.
A Friday, Dec. 1, Innovation Day at WMU's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences will allow the public to review new product innovations by students from grades K-12 through graduate school.
Dr. James Penner, associate professor of accountancy, has been named program chair and president-elect of the North American Accounting Society for the 2018-19 academic year.
The board will meet at various campus locations on the following dates: Jan. 24, March 14, April 18, June 27, Sept. 12, Nov. 7 and Dec. 12.
Among the ratings in the WMU Haworth College of Business profile are scores of 92 for both the academic experience and for accessibility of professors.
Dr. Bernard Han, professor of business information systems, has been placed on the highly competitive Fulbright Specialist Roster for three years.
The Broncos begin the season at home hosting University of Illinois-Chicago at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14. Other home meets are on Jan. 14, Jan. 28, Feb. 11, March 10 and March 13.
For the 34th time, WMU's Gamma Rho chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has earned Super Chapter recognition for its dedication to professional and service activities.
President Edward Montgomery presented WMU alumnus James C. "Doc" McCloughan with a bronze Bronco during Salute to Heroes night at Waldo Stadium.
The campus "Book-It" campaign collected more than twice its goal of new of gently used books with a total of 2,132 books donated.
The 2017 International Education Week observance Nov. 12-20 features numerous free or low-cost events open to the public that are designed to educate and entertain.
University community members are asked to show their volunteer and school spirit by donning WMU gear and participating in the Salvation Army's annual Red Kettle campaign Dec. 2.
This month's global engagement opportunities include Día de los Muertos activities, conversation circles to help international students practice their English and events that celebrate International Education Week.
No WMU classes will be held during Thanksgiving recess from noon Wednesday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 26. Employees, students and the public are encouraged to call ahead to make sure that a particular office on campus is open.