There's still time to contribute to this fiscal year's Broncos4Broncos campaign and help units at WMU win additional funds to donate in support of students.
Except for essential and emergency services, WMU offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4, in observance of U.S. Independence Day. Summer classes will not meet July 4.
Plan now to attend activities Friday, Oct. 6, that include the presentation of WMU's annual campuswide awards and incoming President Edward B. Montgomery's first State of the University address.
Twelve incoming students are about to complete a summer program aimed at improving the diversity, quality and availability of health care.
Tuition rates and a budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year will top the agenda for the next meeting of the WMU Board of Trustees, scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 29, in the Bernhard Center.
Dr. Barbara A. Barton, WMU associate professor emerita of social work, died June 15 at age 55. A memorial service for Barton is currently pending.
A group of 10 students from Kalamazoo Central and Loy Norrix high schools will experience China firsthand for 12 days starting July 24.
Local students age 8 to 16 can experience Chinese language and culture this summer by attending WMU summer camps July 10-14 and July 17-21.
WMU alumnus LZ Granderson, journalist and commentator for ABC News and ESPN, will throw out the first pitch of the Detroit Tigers game Wednesday, June 28, for WMU Night at Comerica Park.
Judge, author and medieval historian Jonathan Sumption, dubbed by the British press as "the brain of Britain," has won WMU's 2017 Gründler Book Prize for "The Hundred Years War, Volume IV: Cursed Kings."
Engineering design firm TowerPinkster celebrates Heritage Hall's LEED Platinum status by presenting WMU with a $30,000 check to fund a student scholarship in interior design.
Dr. Edward B. Montgomery, who will become president of WMU Aug. 1, will be formally inaugurated Friday, Sept. 15, during an 11 a.m. ceremony in Miller Auditorium.
WMU's student chapter of the Society for Excellence in Human Resources has again received recognition from the Society for Human Resource Management.
By providing material on more than 80 programs and services, the directory provides easy access to information WMU employees can use to help students flourish at the University.
The Fort St. Joseph project will host its free open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, and Sunday, Aug. 6, at the corner of Fort and Bond Streets in Niles, Michigan.
Two organizational behavior management entities have presented their inaugural Scholarly Impact Award to Dr. Douglas Johnson for his top-cited journal articles.
Dr. Heather L. Petcovic has been named an associate dean while Drs. Charles Henderson and Susan Pozo will head the science education institute and the global and international studies program, respectively.
Ledura Watkins, of Detroit, was freed June 15 after serving 42 years in prison for a robbery and murder he did not commit. He was sentenced to life without parole on April 15, 1976.
The 2017 CyclingLawyer.com Criterium will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 8, on WMU's Parkview Campus, offering races and activities for all ages.
Free group riding and racing technique clinics for men, women and children are planned for 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, July 7, at WMU's Business Technology and Research Park.