A full season of monthly, family-friendly outdoor entertainment continues through August at Heritage Hall, courtesy of the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. The final event is Friday, Aug. 11.
May 2017 WMU News
Those wishing to help select this year's four annual Make a Difference Award winners have until Wednesday, May 31, to submit new supporting information for the 17 candidates in the running.
May 31 is the deadline to apply for four fully funded curriculum training opportunities in India and an honorarium to develop course material with a South Asia focus.
Consumers Energy was on site immediately, and before 9 a.m., repairs were completed and Sindecuse and the roads surrounding it were reopened.
Mostly Medieval Theatre Festival, affiliated with WMU's 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, includes theatrical and musical performances May 10-13.
Some 3,000 of the world's leading scholars on all topics medieval will converge on campus May 11-14 for the 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies.
The May 2017 issue of Encore Magazine was written almost entirely by a team of junior- and senior-level journalism students taught by Professor Sue Ellen Christian.
Candidates for the post of WMU associate provost for the Haenicke Institute for Global Education will give presentations at 10 a.m. May 8, 9, 15 and 17 in the Fetzer Center's Putney Auditorium.
WMU advertising and promotion students placed second in their division in the District 6 American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition.
Alexis Lenderman is one of a select few fellows to be named a designated scholarship winner by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute.
Justin Black, Devin Moyer and Marcos Santiago are among about 1,000 American undergraduate students to win the prestigious national award.
Academic officials at both institutions have been working for two years to put the program in place. Aquinas students may apply for acceptance in the engineering program at the end of their sophomore year.
Clara Ouding, a former cook in Goldsworth Valley II for WMU Dining Services, died April 24. She was 97.
Western Wednesday College Readiness Workshops will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 3, 17, 24 and 31 in Metro Detroit.
Kathy Beauregard will give a presentation titled "WMU Bronco Football Media Plan" at 8 a.m. Friday, May 19, in 2150 Schneider Hall.
Joseph Asenbauer, a retired equipment operator for landscape services in the Department of Facilities Management, died March 20 at age 93.
Amber Delgado, an industrial and entrepreneurial engineering major from Allegan, received the $10,000 award for her invention, BlueBoards.
James Martin, a retired service officer in WMU's Department of Public Safety, died Dec. 6, 2016, at age 83.
Registration continues through Friday, May 19, for the Summer Conference on Livable Communities, which is open to anyone interested in advancing environmentally sustainable transportation systems.
Flags on all campuses of WMU will be lowered Tuesday, May 2, in honor of Air Force Staff Sgt. Brandon M. Bosley, of Wasilla, Alaska, formerly of Iron Mountain, who died Friday, April 21.