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January 2012 WMU News
Visiting scholar Dr. Fred Anderson gives public lecture Feb. 6.
Students prep to become recognized Cisco Certified Network Associates.
Andrew Carroll to host on-campus talk and book signing Feb. 10.
Stephen Haakenson to lead Biosciences Research and Commercialization Center.
Ben Wilson contributed to "Up From the Bottoms," which airs Sunday.
Comedy Central star visits Miller Auditorium for a single show April 10.
Swap clothes, schools supplies, books, music and more.
Terry Williams, professor emeritus of theatre, presents Feb. 8.
Dr. Chandrasekhar Putcha gives free, public lectures Feb. 9-10.
Schullery, Liggett and Brylinsky talk Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, respectively.
Apply by March 15 for some 43 positions at 33 companies.
Susan Teague's work exhibited at Health and Human Services Building.
Public reading Feb. 2 features Kevin Fenton and Rachel Eliza Griffiths.
Dr. Edward Norton will address the future of long-term care in America Feb. 1.
Private-sector development partner will give status update Feb. 1.
Dr. Paul Pancella describes his personal E.V. conversion project Friday.
Senior kicker John Potter is the fifth football student-athlete in program history to earn First Team Academic All-America.
Ben Armer, John Potter, Mitch Zajac named to academic all-conference first team.
Faculty and staff have until Feb. 10 to nominate deserving students.
Concerto Competition performance Feb. 12 is open to public free of charge.
Ramey performs with student ensembles in free concert Feb. 5.
Performances take place Feb. 2-12 at Gilmore Theatre Complex.
Andrew Taylor of Kalamazoo, a junior majoring in integrated supply management, has won the SAP America Scholarship.
Dr. James Torczyner speaks Wednesday and Thursday.
Employers will be recruiting for interns and college graduates Feb. 16.
Dr. Van Cooley to lead college for next year while national search is launched.
Eclectic string group in concert at Dalton Center Feb. 1.
Students stage "The Tender Land" Feb. 16-19 at Shaw Theatre.
Hit musical stops at Miller Auditorium for a single show Jan. 31.