Haworth College of Business

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Trailblazers 2015

Brianna Amat, a food and consumer package goods marketing student, has been named Trailblazer of the Year. Trailblazers is new student recognition program honoring students who are fundamental parts of campus and the community. 

Meet the 2015 Trailblazers

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Come for a half-day visit—a great way to see what it’s really like to be a BUSINESS BRONCO at Western Michigan University!

This program partners you with current Haworth College of Business students at the top of their programs. Classes, life in the residence halls, student organizations, internships, networking, social events—just ask!

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Management professor involved in laser assisted drilling project

Dr. John Mueller, assistant professor of management, worked with WMU engineering faculty to develop a commercialization plan for the technology as part of a $200,000 National Science Foundation grant awarded in early 2015. A presentation on the project will take place in 3150 Schneider Hall on Tuesday, May 26 at 5 p.m.

Organizations of all sizes and industries will receive much needed operational help thanks to the workshops, offered by WMU's Center for Integrated Supply Management and the APICS Southwest Michigan Chapter.

WMU business students win $5,000 award at GreenLight competition

Tyler Lemke and his team earned the Whirlpool Award for his company, AutoMowticCo. A second WMU team, represented by Kevin Wolf, was named a finalist in the competition

A team of sales students from WMU has captured third place out of 67 teams competing in the National Collegiate Sales Competition, while one student finished second overall.

WMU summer course offerings

Western Michigan University offers a variety of classes in the summer. Summer courses are open to WMU students, guest students from other colleges, and high school students seeking to take a college course. WMU offers undergraduate and graduate courses in two terms: summer I and summer II.