The 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, set for Thursday through Sunday, May 12-15, on WMU's campus.
Awardees included faculty and staff from the Center for Disability Services and departments of civil and construction engineering, statistics and psychology.
Sophia Julia Marvin, a retired data operator, died April 9 at age 94. She retired in 1983 after 10 years of service to the University.
Dr. Gary Miron is co-author of a new report that shows full-time online schools and blended learning schools have outcomes that are consistently below traditional public schools.
Dunn and Dr. Wolfgang Schlör will speak during a Friday, May 6, session focused on educational opportunities for young people in the Arab World.
The 2016 class of Presidential Scholars come from across Michigan as well as other states and demonstrate the outstanding academic and artistic capabilities of the University's student body.
The five-week, low-cost courses start the week of May 9 and are open to the public, taught in English and offered for personal enrichment.
Learn more about WMU's Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan health care plan and costs by attending a talk on "Using the BCBSM Website" from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 13.
Eugene M. Bernstein, a former chair of the Department of Physics, died Feb. 20 at age 85. He retired in 1992 after almost 24 years of service to the University.
The 2016 Fall Convocation is scheduled to take place Friday, Sept. 30, in the Bernhard Center. It will be a daylong event.
Some 100 third graders will be at WMU's Asylum Lake Preserve learning about nature from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, or in case of rain, Wednesday, May 11.
The designation recognizes universities for outstanding service to military service members, veterans, their dependents and their survivors.
Staff Compensation System employees can hear about recent project developments and future plans by attending a presentation at 9 a.m. or 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 10.
The product, Jacket 360, was invented and pitched by Cody Middleton, a senior from Grand Blanc. Middleton was awarded $1,700.
Of the 25 finalists in the Trailblazer Student Recognition program, Robert Nyhuis, a marketing and management major, was honored as Trailblazer of the Year.
Dr. Carla M. Koretsky, professor of geosciences and dean of WMU's Lee Honors College, will become the dean of WMU's College of Arts and Sciences, effective July 1.
The graduates are set to receive their diplomas April 30 and embark on new careers in high-tech, professional music production.
The presentations will take place Friday, April 29; Tuesday, May 3; and Tuesday, May 10, in various locations around campus.
The anonymous gift and another $25,000 gift from Kalamazoo's Advia Foundation are the basis for a new WMU-KPS Future Educators Program.
For a student living in a traditional residence hall and selecting a 15-meal plan, the new rates will translate to an increase of $315 for the full academic year.