Homecoming 2015 events

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  • October 22, 3:30 p.m., Distinguished Speaker Series Lecture with David Weinert, B.B.A.’81, senior executive vice president at Westfield Corporation, Schneider 2000. Weinert will give a presentation titled “How to succeed in the current business environment: A WMU success story,” followed by a question-and-answer period. Reservations can be made at wmich.edu/business/rsvp-dss.
  • October 23, 4 p.m. Haworth College of Business Awards Ceremony and Reception, Schneider 2150. This all-college awards ceremony will honor the career and service achievements of alumni and friends of the college. Read more about our honorees here: wmich.edu/business/2015award. To attend the awards ceremony, please contact Stacey Markin at (269) 387-6936 or stacey.markin@wmich.edu.
  • October 24, 10 a.m. to noon, The Haworth College of Business Homecoming Pancake Breakfast, Lot 1 (Next to Heritage Hall and Walwood Hall). Join us for unlimited pancakes, sausage, coffee and conversation with alumni and faculty and staff. Reservations can be made at mywmu.com/hcobpancakes.
  • 2 p.m. kickoff, Homecoming Football Game vs. Miami, Waldo Stadium. Purchase football tickets at wmubroncos.com.

Questions? Contact Director of Marketing and Communications Stacey Markin. 269-387-6936 | Email Stacey Markin

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Dr. Kuanchin Chen, professor of business information systems, has been recognized for his paper published in the academic journal Internet Research. 

ISM student wins $3,000 scholarship

Heather Fabian, an integrated supply management student has been awarded a scholarship from the Transportation Club of Detroit.

WMU ISM student awarded $5,000 industry scholarship

Integrated supply management student Lynsey DeGraaf is one of only four students statewide to receive the prestigious Transportation Club of Detroit scholarship for 2015.