A paper by Dr. Kuanchin Chen, professor of business information systems, has been selected by the academic journal Internet Research as the best paper of the year for 2014.
August 2015 WMU News
The gazebo by the Goldsworth Valley Pond has been ravaged by time and weather and by fall 2016, a replacement gazebo will be erected at the site.
The Greenleaf Trust Trading Room lets students experience the excitement of a Wall Street trading floor, complete with with real-time market data and world news updates.
At its July 8 meeting, the WMU Board of Trustees approved the retirements of five employees and the resignations of five others.
This year's recipients of WMU's coveted Medallion Scholarships come from across Michigan and two other states, and will begin their studies this fall.
Joseph Kuchenbuch, former program director at Psychological Consultants of Michigan, has been named the new director of Behavioral Health Services in the Unified Clinics.
An assault on WMU's Asylum Lake property was reported Wednesday, Aug. 5, by a female pedestrian. Avoiding the area or using extreme caution is advised.
The University will identify an architectural engineering firm to develop the infrastructure that will prepare the Colony Farms Orchard property to become Phase II of WMU's BTR Park.
NeoVent has been named the U.S. National Winner of the 2015 James Dyson Award as well as the first-place winner in the 2015 BMEStart competition for undergraduate biomedical and bioengineering students.