Congratulations Lee Honors College 2014 Presidential Scholars!
Casey N. Mejeur (accountancy), Craig A. Scalpone (aviation sciences), Olivia N. Walser (biological sciences), Jin Y. Woo (chemical and paper engineering), William B. Thayer (chemistry), Bryleigh Loughlin (communication), Paige A. Van De Winkle (English), Derek J. Schrauben (finance and commercial law), Tyler A. Wilson (history), Joshua H. Withee (mathematics), Stephen C. John (mechanical and aerospace engineering), Chelsea A. Helm (music), Catherine M. Abele (occupational therapy), Christopher F. Sudol (political science), Amanda J. Mills (Spanish), Jamie L. Keyser (teaching, learning and educational studies), Christopher G. Miller (world languages and literatures)
Accelerated graduate degree programs
WMU offers a number of accelerated graduate degree programs, whereby undergraduate students meeting certain criteria may take up to 12 graduate credit hours during their senior year. Please see the brochure and accelerated graduate degree program website for more information.
Students Advancing Biological Research and Engagement
The Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Lee Honors College are seeking to establish the Biology Research and Engagement Fund. The fund would award students who have completed one to two years of research with a Biology mentor, and who would benefit from spending a summer dedicating the majority of their time to research.