Applicants to WMU's master of business administration program now have the option of submitting Graduate Record Exam or Graduate Management Admission Test scores.
Except for essential and emergency services, University offices will be closed and all classes canceled Monday, May 27, in honor of U.S. Memorial Day. Classes and regular hours will resume Tuesday, May 28.
WMU is offering a series of presentations and a workshop for graduate students, faculty and staff on creating and using digital research. The series begins Thursday, May 30.
Zheng "Rachel" Wei, graduate student in paper and imaging science and engineering, and Dr. Margaret Joyce, professor of paper and chemical engineering, both earned awards at a recent industry conference.
New freshman and transfer students will be on campus this summer for orientation. Registration is already full for many freshman orientation sessions, which begin Monday, June 3, and run through Tuesday, July 2.
WMU's precision flight team, the Sky Broncos, took fifth place in this year's National Intercollegiate Flying Association's championship competition, held May 6-11 at Ohio State University.
A suspect was taken into custody two and a half hours after a pair of assaults was reported this morning on WMU's West Campus, and stolen property was recovered.
The book selected for WMU's second Universitywide common read is "Anatomy of Injustice: A Murder Case Gone Wrong" by the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Raymond Bonner.
The College of Aviation is staging a golf outing Saturday, June 15, in Battle Creek, Mich., to raise funds for its student organizations. Registrations are being accepted until June 1; sponsors and donations are needed.
Dr. Carla M. Koretsky, professor of geosciences and associate dean of WMU's Lee Honors College, has been named dean of the Lee Honors College, effective July 1.
"The Living Room" with host Allison Downey, associate professor of teaching, learning and educational studies, has won an Excellence in Broadcasting award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed Dr. Michael Nassaney to fill a vacancy on the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission, which preserves and promotes the legacy of the Underground Railroad's Freedom Trail in Michigan.
Five WMU staff members received awards from the Administrative Professional Association and the Professional Support Staff Organization during separate events this spring.
A family-friendly Bowling Extravaganza will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, June 2, at Eastland Lanes to raise funds for Kalamazoo's annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride celebration.
Willard "Bill" Rose will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, May 31, in the Dean's Conference Room of Schneider Hall. His talk will focus on the business paradigm shift for nature centers.
WMU was named the public sector category winner by the Detroit Free Press in this year's Michigan Green Leader competition. Winners in all categories will be honored at a June 10 event.
Lane and street closures will re-route traffic from WMU's Waldo Stadium through downtown Kalamazoo Thursday, May 23, for the Girls on the Run 5K run and walk.
The Malaysian Midwest Games International 2013 will draw Malaysian students from across the Midwest to campus May 24-26. Organizers are seeking people to volunteer at the event as well as donations.