Obare named interim vice president for research | July 6
Dr. Sherine O. Obare has been named WMU's interim vice president for research, effective Aug. 1. She replaces Dr. Daniel M. Litynski, who is returning to the engineering faculty.
Grants to WMU soar past $3.7 million mark in April, May | June 30
Grants to WMU passed the $3.7 million mark during April and May, bringing the year-to-date total for externally funded awards to more than $23.2 million.
Save the date for Fall Convocation | June 27
Plan now to attend activities Friday, Oct. 6, that include the presentation of WMU's annual campuswide awards and incoming President Edward B. Montgomery's first State of the University address.
Share the Story: Scholar Talks 2017 | May 31
Experience some of the ground-breaking work being done by WMU researchers and scholars.
Drs. Fahad Saeed and Wendy Scott Beane have been awarded prestigious NSF CAREER Awards.
Find your research officer | May 31
The research office offers help with proposal development, submission and other pre-award activities as well as assistance with contract negotiation and development. Let us put you in touch with the right professional.
WMU theatre faculty member wins NEH grant | April 17
Dr. Lofton Durham, associate professor of theatre, has received a $6,000 Summer Stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Dr. Sally Hadden wins William Nelson Cromwell Foundation grant | March 18, 2017
The grant will support publication of her forthcoming book on the forebears, formation and early years of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jill Puckett and Nathan LaWarre are among 224 nationally and internationally named University Innovation Fellows, a global program run by Stanford University.
Dr. Jeffrey Angles, world languages and literatures, is one of only a handful of non-native speakers ever to win the prestigious Yomiuri Prize for Literature.
Drs. James Henry, Robert Bensley, Stephanie M. Peterson and Jianping Shen were honored at the 2017 Spring Convocation Ceremony. View award acceptances.
The other potent greenhouse gas | Aug. 25, 2016
Carbon dioxide is often discussed as the driving force behind global climate change, but there’s another critical atmospheric gas made more potent by locked-in heat.
Dr. Deepak Ravindra became a business owner at the same time he completed his doctoral degree through a unique collaboration with a faculty researcher focused on developing methods to machine extremely hard and brittle materials.
Carol Beaver is already racking up awards and distinguishing herself as a scientific investigator.
Freshwater specialists keep fresh waters ... fresh | Aug. 24, 2016
Using a remotely operated underwater vehicle, an ROV, John Lutchko helps explore the subsurface waters around Traverse City, including in Grand Traverse Bay, a bay of Lake Michigan.