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Following a nationwide search, WMU has named Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy the new vice president for research. Kinzy, currently vice president for research at Rutgers, will take the reins of WMU's research enterprise, effective Jan. 8
Miller Auditorium—9 a.m. for Haworth College of Business and College of Education and Human Development; noon for College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, College of Health and Human Services and Extended University Programs; 3 p.m. for College of Arts and Sciences, College of Aviation and College of Fine Arts.