A panel discussion, titled "Kalamazoo Region Conversation on Respecting Diversity," will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, in WMU's Fetzer Center.
The discussion on the chapter will be facilitated by Kalamazoo City Commissioner Erin Knott and Dr. Paul Clements, WMU professor of political science.
Apply by Thursday, March 30, to be a 2017-18 Gibbs Fellow. Fellows are paid to research and work on campus sustainability projects while living in the historic Gibbs House on Parkview Avenue.
Feb. 22 event focuses on how the area can remain inclusive and welcoming after a divisive presidential campaign and President Donald Trump's executive orders related to immigration and undocumented workers.
Learn about or build upon your assessment expertise during the March 17 Assessment Conference. Advance registration by March 10 is only required for those attending the free luncheon.
Small companies in West Michigan have until March 1 to apply for matching funding to hire WMU interns this summer to work on STEM or STEM-related projects.
Dr. Shawn Loewen, a visiting scholar from Michigan State University, will explore what works and what doesn't when it comes to learning English as a second language in a Friday, Feb. 17, presentation.
Kalamazoo County Sheriff Rick Fuller to give community update in Mercantile Bank of Michigan Breakfast Speaker Series at 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24.
"Row the Boat," the three-word mantra that became the catch phrase for WMU football success, will become the legal intellectual property of former head coach P.J. Fleck.
A senior-level AARP executive will address diversity, aging and health care in the Burian University-Community Lecture Feb. 23 and at Diversity and Inclusion Conference Feb. 24.
Spring Convocation, set for Friday, Feb. 17, is a daylong event beginning at 9 a.m. that will include lectures, awards ceremonies and a Gold Gathering mixer.
WMU President John M. Dunn will spend five days—Feb. 27-March 3—covering 1,500 miles by bus to say farewell to supporters and shine a light on the University's current and emerging strengths.
WMU students can learn about leadership, community involvement and personal growth from nationally recognized experts at the Designed to Lead conference Friday, Feb. 24, in the Bernhard Center.
Registration is open for April 1 run being held in honor of alumnus Capt. Drew Russell, who was killed in Afghanistan. All proceeds go toward a scholarship for deserving WMU students.
"How to Catch Fake News Before It Catches You" is the topic of at panel discussion at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in the Lee Honors College Lounge.
Chen-Zhang, of Portage, will serve through 2018, completing an eight-year term begun by Trustee Dana Debel, who resigned from the board last month.
Donations from retired faculty and staff members granted emeritus status helped 25 students defray the cost of textbooks this semester.
Nearly 500 athletes, coaches and chaperones will take part in the Special Olympics Michigan Unified Basketball State Finals Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Student Recreation Center.
Tuesday, Feb. 28, is the deadline to nominate outstanding staffers for the spring semiannual Make a Difference Award.
Currently enrolled WMU graduate students are invited to make submissions by Friday, Feb. 24, for the Graduate Humanities Conference to be held on campus in March.