November 2016 WMU News

Elaine Chew obituary

Elaine Chew, a retired physician assistant in the Sindecuse Health Center, died Oct. 11 at age 82. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.

Bonnie Sleeman obituary

Bonnie Sleeman, a retired executive assistant in the Office of Information Technology, died Oct. 19 at age 70.

New café open in Valley Dining Center

WMU's newest café, Café 1903, is now open on the first floor of the Valley Dining Center on main campus, offering a comfortable atmosphere, lounge-style seating and coffee bar.

What do employers want from their employees?

Dr. Dennison Bhola, HUMANeX Ventures, will speak to WMU students about the professional world and what they'll need to be successful Tuesday through Thursday, Nov. 15-17.

Theatre and music students stage 'Show Boat'

WMU theatre and music students will stage "Show Boat," based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize winner and Kalamazoo native Edna Ferber, in Shaw Theatre through Sunday, Nov. 20.

Football Broncos move up to No. 14 in AP rankings

WMU moved up three spots to No. 14 in the AP rankings and fell to No. 21 in the USA Today poll. CFP rankings (No. 23) are updated Tuesday night. Broncos remain undefeated at 9-0.

ROTC holds on-campus blood drive

ROTC is holding a Veterans Day blood drive from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at the Student Recreation Center's indoor tennis courts.

Numerous events in November to honor veterans

Events Nov. 9-19 include a remembrance ceremony, salutes during WMU's hockey and football games, a Marine Corps birthday party, flag-changing ceremony, blood drive and more.

Presidential search details updated

The 22-member search committee is developing an initial leadership profile and launched a website to be continuously updated as the process moves forward.