The 37th annual campus celebration will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8, on the Sangren Pedestrian Mall. The early registration deadline for booth space is Monday, July 31.
Highlights include an International Ladies Sports Club, Garba Dancing Night, various art exhibits, and biking, blueberry picking and conversation circles with international students.
The Broncos will host their sole home tournament, the Bronco Super Challenge, Nov. 3-5. The spring season will include 12 home matches.
Dr. Paulo Zagalo-Melo, a Portuguese political scientist with a long track record in international education, has been appointed to lead WMU's Haenicke Institute for Global Education beginning Sept. 1.
Celebrations of both the newest and one of the oldest of WMU's international education partnerships served as bookends for an early July trip to Malaysia and China by President John M. Dunn.
Shashanta James, a long-standing and active member of the campus community, has replaced Dr. Terrell Hodge as the interim director of WMU's Student Financial Aid Office.
Dr. Sherine O. Obare has been named WMU's interim vice president for research, effective Aug. 1. She replaces Dr. Daniel M. Litynski, who is returning to the engineering faculty.
The Broncos face a competitive season with 18 total games, 10 of which are home games that will be played in a recently upgraded soccer complex.
Plan now to attend activities Friday, Oct. 6, that include the presentation of WMU's annual campuswide awards and incoming President Edward B. Montgomery's first State of the University address.
The Fort St. Joseph project will host its free open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, and Sunday, Aug. 6, at the corner of Fort and Bond Streets in Niles, Michigan.