The Sky Broncos precision flight team will compete in the National Intercollegiate Flying Association's national competition in Ohio in May.
New alliance with FSW will enable WMU to offer several high-profile academic programs at the college's Charlotte County, Florida, campus.
The undergraduate program combining art, design, engineering and entrepreneurship will be offered beginning in fall 2017.
WMU's Wrongful Conviction Program allows undergraduate students the opportunity to research potential cases of innocence.
WMU faculty and staff members can learn about their benefits, get flu shots, and take part in activities to improve health and wellness during the Wednesday, Oct. 26, event.
Keynote presentations from industry leaders and researchers as well as a workshop on project management and a demo of SAS data analytics highlight the Nov. 4 IT Forum.
At 7-0, WMU's football team is one of 11 teams in the nation to be undefeated. The next game is a home match against Eastern Michigan set for 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
Applications are due by Thursday, Nov. 17, for up to $75,000 in funding to support student initiatives that will foster a culture of sustainability at WMU.
Toni Daniels will talk about the revitalization of the Kalamazoo Wings organization in the next breakfast series event at 8 a.m Friday, Oct. 28.
Library, Writing Center and study zone staff will give students one-on-one assistance with their research papers from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Climate change and how it will affect water resources will be the topic of Dr. Liliana Zaharia's talk Friday, Oct. 21.
The Hilltop Review has extended its fall 2016 submissions deadline to Friday, Oct. 21. Peer reviewers also are being sought.
Current staff member Billy L. Clayton will take the helm of the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs, effective Oct. 17.
WMU set a new Guinness World Record for the most vow renewals in one place at one time Oct. 8, when 1,201 couples came together near Heritage Hall.
Learn about graduate and professional education options Monday, Oct. 24, and broadcasting careers Thursday, Oct. 27. Special events for WMU students begin Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Nominations sought by Oct. 21 for representatives from four WMU units to serve on the Learner Support Program Review and Planning Observation Team.
New this fall, the campus community can subscribe to the digital edition of the New York Times. An account with tools for teachers also is available.
Monday, Oct. 31, is the deadline to nominate outstanding staffers for the fall semiannual Make a Difference Award.
WMU and the University of Passau invite applications by Friday, Oct. 28, for a short-term faculty exchange between May 1 and June 30, 2017.
Program will help students become educators and enhance the diversity of Kalamazoo Public Schools' teaching staff.
The expansion is ultimately expected to attract investments totaling $50 million and create 200 high-tech jobs.