Coming Events

December 7

Wine Tasting and Holiday Gathering

JANUARY 11, 2017

 Strange, Weird, Unusual and Unique Highway Signs

  • 2 p.m., Heinig Emeriti Lounge, West Walwood Hall
  • Speaker: Dr. John Geisler, Professor Emeritus of Counseling Education and Counseling Psychology

A clever slide show delivered by a strange, weird, unusual and unique retired WMU professor.

February 8, 2017

Western’s Medallion Scholarship Program

  • 2 p.m., Heinig Emeriti Lounge, West Walwood Hall
  • Speaker: Jane Baas, Interim Dean, Lee Honors College, and Professor of Dance

Jane will give an overview of the Medallion Scholarship Program, outline the current planning and selection process—including how our Emeriti Medallion Scholars are chosen, and talk about the various activities that are in place within LHC to mentor the scholars and enhance their educational experiences. She will be accompanied by her Medallion partners in the Admissions and Development Offices, and will try to bring along a couple current Medallion Scholars.

March 8, 2017

Walking Through Kalamazoo: Learning the Story of our Community

  • 2 p.m., Heinig Emeriti Lounge, West Walwood Hall
  • Speaker: Lynn Houghton, Regional History Collections Curator, WMU

Lynn will present a slide show based on her guided walking tours around various areas in the Kalamazoo Community.

April 12, 2017

KVCC Culinary Arts Program

  • 2 p.m., KVCC Culinary and Allied Health Building
  • Details forthcoming.

May 10, 2017

Mosaic

  • 2 p.m., Heinig Emeriti Lounge, West Walwood Hall
  • Speaker: Dr. Stanley S. Robin, Professor Emeritus of Sociology

Stan will perform his sixth set of original monologues, “Mosaic,” consisting of the following individual monologues: Camp Wakiton, There's No Business…, Starting, The Aardvark on North Nelson Road, The "Classy" Girl, Schensel's, Aw Pleeze!, The Handyman, Penurious, The Mafia and 9/11.