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  • Photo of Dr. Elena Litvinova.

    Rising Stars in Research

    Physicist Elena Litvinova and two other WMU researchers have earned the National Science Foundation's most prestigious prize for early career scientists

    About the awardees
  • Image simulating the collision of two neutron stars: Two orange "balls" are shown as they begin to collide and strip off each other's molten-red outer gases.

    Finding Gold in the cosmos

    2016 alumnus joins scientists in chronicling first observed neutron star collision

    About Ian Brown
  • James McCloughan stands on the field at Waldo Stadium chatting with Army ROTC cadets.

    Broncos salute a hero

    Ahead of Veterans Day, WMU honors alumnus and Medal of Honor recipient James C. "Doc" McCloughan

    About the honor
  • A robot named Pepper that has a human-like frame and face, with an iPad mounted to its front..

    Exploring human-robot communication

    Drs. Chad and Autumn Edwards are working with Pepper, a humanoid robot, to study human-robot message design logic

    Meet Pepper
  • Photo of WMU President Edward Montgomery giving his State of the University address.

    Doing well by doing right

    In an Oct. 6 address, President Edward Montgomery launches a new fund and says the State of the University is "bursting with potential"

    Full text of his speech