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Electric scooter company to zoom into business college for first entrepreneurship forum

Jeb Gast of Fido Motors will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 11, in 2150 Schneider Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

WMU professor's paper recognized as outstanding paper of the year

Dr. Kuanchin Chen, professor of business information systems, has been recognized for his paper published in the academic journal Internet Research. 

ISM student wins $3,000 scholarship

Heather Fabian, an integrated supply management student has been awarded a scholarship from the Transportation Club of Detroit.

WMU ISM student awarded $5,000 industry scholarship

Integrated supply management student Lynsey DeGraaf is one of only four students statewide to receive the prestigious Transportation Club of Detroit scholarship for 2015. 

Advertising students win $5,000 in scholarships

Advertising and promotion students Sydney Lammers and Amy Morales are among four students statewide to win Adcraft Club Foundation scholarships. Each received a $2,500 gift.

WMU inventors win $10,000 Brian Patrick Thomas Award

WMU alumnus Stephen John and senior Joseph Barnett have received the inaugural Brian Patrick Thomas Entrepreneurial Spirit Award, for their invention, NeoVent.

Accountancy student receives $10,000 scholarship

Rainie Quang, a senior accountancy major and management minor, recently received a $10,000 Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Scholarship. She hopes to one day open her own tax preparation business.

Management professor involved in laser assisted drilling project

Dr. John Mueller, assistant professor of management, worked with WMU engineering faculty to develop a commercialization plan for the technology as part of a $200,000 National Science Foundation grant awarded in early 2015. A presentation on the project will take place in 3150 Schneider Hall on Tuesday, May 26 at 5 p.m.

Organizations of all sizes and industries will receive much needed operational help thanks to the workshops, offered by WMU's Center for Integrated Supply Management and the APICS Southwest Michigan Chapter.

WMU business students win $5,000 award at GreenLight competition

Tyler Lemke and his team earned the Whirlpool Award for his company, AutoMowticCo. A second WMU team, represented by Kevin Wolf, was named a finalist in the competition

A team of sales students from WMU has captured third place out of 67 teams competing in the National Collegiate Sales Competition, while one student finished second overall.