Two ceremonies will be held Saturday, June 23, in Miller Auditorium: 9 a.m. for the Haworth College of Business and the colleges of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Health and Human Services, and Fine Arts, and noon for Extended University Programs and the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Aviation, and Education and Human Development.
Graduate student Joshua White received a full scholarship to become part of the U.S. government effort to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering critical foreign languages.
Senior Caitlin Wiley will study Portuguese in Brazil this coming academic year after receiving a Boren Scholarship to focus on a geographic area, language or field of study deemed critical to U.S. national security.
WMU's chapter of the Society for Excellence in Human Resources has been awarded the Society for Human Resource Management's Superior Merit Award for being one of the nation's most active and highest achieving student chapters.
When Christopher Cheatham assumes his new role July 1, his duties will include providing budgetary guidance to the provost and collaborating across campus on developing new budget models.
MBA students at WMU's regional site in Grand Rapids are partnering with the Alliance for the Great Lakes to host a beach cleanup and fundraiser Sunday, June 24, at Holland State Park.
Courtney Sumpter, a WMU-trained occupational therapist, established Northern Michigan Equine Therapy to help people overcome physical and emotional barriers impeding their day-to-day activities.
A Midwest professional association has chosen Alexia Alexander as Michigan's top supervisor of students for 2018. Alexander was named WMU's student employment supervisor of the year in February.
Attend Bronco Bash from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, on the Sangren Pedestrian Mall to meet new people and learn about on-campus and community opportunities.
Dr. Charlotte Thralls, professor of English, is now among just 55 people who have been named Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Fellows.
Ellie Maddelein is the first to receive the award, which was established by Arcadia, a leader in the West Michigan craft beer community, to further enhance career and learning opportunities for women in brewing.
WMU's Valley Dining Center Gold certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is the second highest award of four levels of LEED certification.
Hosts are needed for visiting international teachers and students arriving in August. Host families will receive a monthly stipend of $450 for the duration of their guest's stay, which ranges from four weeks to one year.
As part of its Success at WMU initiative, the University has completed initial membership steps to become a JED Campus, putting a greater campuswide focus on student well-being and mental health.