Running Sept. 16 to Dec. 9, the fall 2015 Lyceum Lecture Series will feature a diverse group of WMU faculty and community experts.
September 2015 WMU News
The 2016 ranking of nearly 1,800 four-year colleges and universities was released by U.S. News Sept. 9 and is available online at usnews.com.
An Alumni Rally Weekend, set for Sept. 18-20, will bring distinguished alumni speakers to the campus and includes several other activities.
Dmitri Matheny will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, in the Dalton Center Recital Hall. The performance will be preceded by a 7 p.m. discussion hosted by Dr. Robert White.
Students are now able to select the first name of their choice for class lists, email, Bronco Cards, the GoWMU computing portal and campus directories.
Early registration ends Friday, Sept. 11 for the conference, which is set for Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 7-9.
Numerous events are planned around WMU's fall semester, which formally opens at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, with the start of 2015-16 classes.
"Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and the Religion of Biologic Living" by Dr. Brian C. Wilson, professor of comparative religion, has won an IPPY Silver Medal in the biography category.
Dr. Robert I. Sundick, professor emeritus of anthropology, died June 29 in Jerusalem at age 71. He joined the WMU faculty in 1969 and retired in 2000.
Lester "Frank, Hot Rod" Baird, a retired pipefitter in maintenance services, died Aug. 20 at age 66. Services have been held.
WMU is preparing to greet the thousands of visitors coming to campus for the Friday, Sept. 4, football home opener. Read on for game day details, including tailgating and stadium rules.
The DENSO North America Foundation has invested $50,000 to support WMU engineering student teams involved in solar, Formula SAE and Baja vehicle racing.
Except for essential and emergency services, WMU offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, in observance of U.S. Labor Day. Many offices will close early Friday, Sept. 4, ahead of the WMU football home opener.
Flags on all campuses of WMU will be lowered Tuesday, Sept. 1, in honor of Michigan State Police Trooper Chad H. Wolf, who died from injuries sustained while on duty, Friday, Aug. 28.