Dr. Jan Hahn

Faculty member named AGHE Fellow

Dr. Janet Hahn, coordinator of the WMU Center for Gerontology and assistant professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Health Programs, has been named Fellow in the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE).

Empower Success Grads

Empower Success program completes successful first year

In July 2017, Dr. Mary Ann Stark, professor of nursing, was awarded a $2 million grant (over four years) from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration for funding to support nursing workforce diversity.  With this grant, the Empowering Nursing Students for Success (Empower Success) program launched in September 2017.

Dean Earlie Washington

Dean Washington recognized by nursing association

Dean Earlie Washington was honored at a recent gala held by the Kent County, Kalamazoo-Muskegon Michigan National Black Nurses Association, a professional membership nursing organization which works to reduce health disparities among African Americans and other minority communities in the West Michigan.

pa students in DC

PA student attends leadership summit

WMU physician assistant student Colin Knue was selected by the Michigan Academy of Physician Assistants to attend the annual Leadership and Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C. He was one of four students from Michigan to attend the event.