WMU News

July 31, 1999, Kalamazoo MI USA

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July 1999 WMU News Archive
Stories are listed in descending order by release date, beginning with the most recent. Click on the headline for the full story.

New window posters feature revamped Bronco logo (July 29) Free for use in campus buildings.

Public sessions in master planning process, Aug. 10 and 12 (July 27) Public feedback on master planning process at Fetzer Center.

June doctoral recipients announced (July 27) Complete list of doctoral recipients, degrees.

WMU aviation student makes successful emergency landing (July 26) Aer Lingus cadet unharmed, aircraft not damaged.

WMU ready to begin accepting charter school proposals (July 22) Seeks innovative plans to complement public schools.

Students inducted into WMU's Phi Beta Kappa chapter (July 22) Complete list of spring 1999 inductees.

WMU doctoral grad receives prize for dissertation (July 20) Paulina X. Ruf Alvarez has best dissertation on the topic of gerontology.

Expert debunks myths of marketing at WBDC workshop (July 20) Women's Business Development Center workshop is Aug. 5.

WMU accountancy students awarded scholarships (July 20) Eleven students receive scholarships.

Dry times, low lake levels (July 16) Area lakes are at their lowest level since record-setting 1964.

Tornado time in Michigan (July 16) WMU expert says most violent 2 percent of tornados cause most deaths.

Bronco student-athletes set academic records (July 16) WMU has second-highest GPA in MAC, 21 athletes have 4.0 GPA, other records set.

WMU expert says small businesses at greatest Y2K risk (July 16) Biggest problems at small U.S. businesses and in foreign countries.

Jet Ski accident statistics cause for concern (July 16) 40 percent of Michigan boating accidents involve personal watercraft.

Two women's hockey champions at WMU July 17 (July 16) Lisa Brown-Miller and Kelly Dyer part of developmental camp for female ice hockey players.

Educator wins second scholarship offered by WMU group (July 16) Deborah Renard of Kalamazoo earns $500 award.

Mohney lauded for child care efforts (July 14) Coordinator of WMU campus child care honored.

Tentative faculty contract agreement set for September vote (July 14) Vote set for Sept. 7. Trustees must ratify agreement.

July Board of Trustee meeting canceled (July 14) Next regular meeting is Friday, Sept. 17.

Y2K compliance efforts continue through summer (July 14) Heating systems, lighting controls among summer projects.

Students eat lawyers, record history through work for fisheries exhibit (July 14) Five students, two faculty members research Lake Michigan fisheries.

New, cutting-edge works featured on WMU Sculpture Tour (July 8) New,sometimes provocative sculpture on campus.

Institute gives high school students unique learning experiences (July 8) Summer Institute for Arts and Sciences July 11-24.

Faculty salaries key part of preliminary agreement (July 7) Tentative accord includes 4 percent across-the-board and other salary increases.

Deadline to register for holistic institute extended (July 7) Registration required by July 18 for institute in Glen Arbor, Mich.

Teens from around nation get taste of being on the leading edge (July 1) Minority and women high school students look at the aviation career possibilities, July 12-23.

Student wins regional leadership, academic award (July 1) Amy Shinsky of Holland, Mich., is award winner.

Marketing students recognized for achievements (July 1) Forty students honored for outstanding achievement in several areas.

Marketing department announces scholarship recipients (July 1) Five students awarded scholarships, paid internships.

WMU, AAUP reach tentative contract agreement (July 1) WMU and union leadership reach tentative agreement on three-year contract.

Lacey named special assistant for 1999-2000 (July 1) Retired director of nursing school will assist with community development and outreach for one year.

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