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Painter crafts images that transform
Artist Reception: Back to the Garden, works by Suzanne B. Siegel
Thursday, March 26, 4–6 p.m.
CHHS Second Floor Art Gallery
Painter Suzanne B. Siegel describes herself as a perpetual seeker, transcendental meditator, perennial philosophy devotee and interpretive realist. Her collection "Back to the Garden" is currently on exhibit in the second floor art gallery through the end of April.
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Dean Washington calls for 2014-2015 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award nominations
Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members are invited to nominate or re-nominate a WMU College of Health and Human Services faculty member for the 2014-2015 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award.
Excellence in teaching is a hallmark of the college. The Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award recognizes and sustains that tradition. Find information about the award and the nomination process on the nomination form. Also available is a list of eligible faculty members. Nominations are due by noon on Friday, April 10, 2015.