Four Chinese culture workshops are being offered to the public this fall for personal enrichment. All are free and last one and a half hours.
Dr. Hillary Chute, University of Chicago, will present a talk Wednesday, Oct. 14, that sheds light on the storytelling medium of Art Spiegelman, author of "Maus I."
WMU students are invited to attend the annual Study Abroad Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14.
A marketing campaign for WMU's regional locations has received a national award from the University Professional & Continuing Education Association.
Nellie Hermann will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, in Knauss Hall on "Creative Writing and the Capacity for Empathy."
A $24.2 million refund will be used to offset future payments to the Michigan Public Service Retirement System, or MPSERS.
Dr. Gail Griffin will discuss her book, "The Events of October: Murder-Suicide on a Small Campus," at noon Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Dr. Wing Thye Woo will give a lecture titled "An Assessment of Napoleon's Prediction that an Awakened China Would Shake the World" Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The course, "Entrepreneurship: Understanding Startup Communities," received one of seven 2015 Innovation in Business Education Awards.
Chauncey Brinn, a retired senior executive who oversaw several critical administrative areas, died Sept. 14 at age 83.
WMU students and recent alumni as well as members of the public may meet a variety of prospective employers by attending career-related events set for Oct. 5, 7, 8, 14 and 20.
Dr. Joseph G. Reish, University Libraries, and Juan Tavares, International Admissions and Services, will be honored during the University's Academic Convocation.
The fall 2015 student census at WMU showed a total enrollment for fall of 23,556, which includes 18,567 undergraduates and 4,989 graduate students.
Allison Downey and Dr. Michael S. Nassaney are the recipients of this year's Distinguished Teaching Awards.
The University has been recognized for the breadth of its work in building an inclusive campus environment by the publication INSIGHT into Diversity.
WMU and the University of Passau invite applications by Friday, Oct. 30, for a short-term faculty exchange between May 1 and June 30, 2016.
The "European Migration Crisis," a panel discussion that is free and open to the public, will be held at noon, Monday, Oct. 5.
Dr. Luigi Andrea Berto has carved out an international reputation as a medieval Latin historian for his body of new scholarship.
He, professor of geography and an internationally known expert on water resource management, has been selected to receive WMU's highest award for a faculty member.
The 2014-15 Make a Difference Annual Award winners, last academic year's most outstanding employees, will be recognized during the annual Academic Convocation Friday, Oct. 2.
The third annual Michigan Autism Conference in early October will bring leading scientists and treatment practitioners to the Radisson Plaza Hotel and Suites to share their expertise.
The WMU Cooley Innocence Project has screened more than 5,300 cases and exonerated three Michigan men who spent years in prison after being wrongly convicted of such serious crimes.
The free Friday events are set for Oct. 2, Oct. 23, Nov. 13 and Dec. 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Bernhard Center on WMU's main campus in Kalamazoo.
Get-away space, resources advice, extra motivation and plenty of coffee will all be available during sessions of Faculty Research Boot Camp Sept. 23 and Oct. 21.
WMU has released a year-end report on the final year of its initial three-year University Strategic Plan and has begun transitioning to an updated five-year plan.
An open house set for 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, at WMU's newest residence hall, which was completed shortly before students moved in for the fall semester.
Students, employees and retirees should visit the Sindecuse Health Center or attend a College of Aviation outreach clinic in Battle Creek Oct. 5 to get a flu shot.