The No. 13 ranked WMU football Broncos beat Ohio 29-23 in the Marathon Mid-American Conference Championship game Friday, Dec. 2, to earn their first conference title since 1988.
Dr. Gary H. Bischof, professor and chair of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, has been named the new dean of WMU's Lee Honors College.
The WMU football team is hosting a football bowl announcement watch party Sunday, Dec. 4, in University Arena. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. and fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 2 p.m.
A total of 121 seniors will present 44 projects they have completed to solve problems facing business and industry at WMU's 59th Conference on Senior Engineering and Design Tuesday, Dec. 6.
The horrific crash of an Amway helicopter and dramatic rescue of survivors from cool Lake Michigan waters will be recounted Tuesday, Dec. 6, when the pilot of the craft appears at WMU.
A Saturday, Dec. 10, funeral service is planned for Dr. Ernst A. Breisach, professor emeritus of history, who died in Kalamazoo Nov. 25 at age 93.
WMU integrated supply management students placed third in the Bowersox Supply Challenge, marking the University's first placement in the national competition.
Chris O'Neill and T.J. Waldofsky, founders of One Well Brewing, will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9, in WMU's Haworth College of Business Entrepreneurship Forum.
The overwhelming majority of WMU students feels safe and supported by faculty and administrators when it comes to addressing sexual violence, according to the results of a national survey.
Events to celebrate the successful tenure of WMU President John M. Dunn will include a farewell bus tour, alumni gatherings and campus gala.
Four candidates for the position of dean of WMU's Haworth College of Business will visit the campus for interviews and public presentations during the weeks of Nov. 28 and Dec. 5.
Research by Dr. Whitney DeCamp, WMU associate professor of sociology, shows the influence of violent video games is insignificant.
Sunday, Dec. 4, is the deadline to nominate eligible administrators and faculty and staff members for the Global Engagement Award.
Paper technology with the potential to provide clean drinking water to millions at a cost of just pennies a day has been successfully produced at WMU.