News and announcements
Original Raise Your Voice show uses Theatre of the Oppressed methods.
The Peer Student Success Team helps make inclusive campus for freshmen. Check out the story in the Western Herald!
The Study in the States course "Entrepreneurship: Understanding Startup Communities" received one of seven 2015 Innovation in Business Education Awards from the MidAmerican Business Deans Association.
Congratulations to Joseph Barnett and Stephen John on being selected as finalists for the 2015 Collegiate Inventors Competition with the US Patent and Trademark Office!
The Lee Honors College has been featured on the Public University Honors blog. Check it out!
Congratulations Trevor Sweeney!
Kalamazoo Promise scholar's unlikely road from homeless kid to honors graduate. Maurice Washington featured on MLive.
Joseph Barnett and Stephen John win fourth award for NeoVent.
Congratulations to Stephen John and Joseph Barnett on their 2015 James Dyson Award!
Honors student Kristen Canavan awarded Critical Languages Scholarship to study in Jordan.
Congratulations to Stephen John and Joseph Barnett on their 2015 Lemelson-MIT "Cure it!" Student Prize Undergraduate Team Win and winning the inaugural Brian Patrick Thomas Entrepreneurial Spirit Award from Starting Gate!
2014 Medallion Yessica Garcia is featured on MLive!
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Ben Offrink and his girls on Shelby's passing. May you find comfort in your memories and in each other.
Study in the States Call for Proposals:
Lee Honors College students are featured in two articles in the spring issue of WMU Magazine.
Congratulations to the spring 2015 Lee Honors College graduates! Graduation program
Entrepreneurship: Understanding Startup Communities: Honors students who traveled with Dr. John Mueller on this new spring Study in the States course presented to community members at a meeting at Starting Gate their thoughts on how the gears mesh and put forward an idea for an business incubator like those they saw on their travels.
Western's Major Monday series features honors student Jasmine Scott