Thirteen staff members selected to receive semiannual Make a Difference awards.
March 2012 WMU News
Deadline for applications is April 19.
Program runs June 11-Aug. 31 with various themes.
Professor of foreign languages recognized for German novel.
Faculty specialist receives Ben Franklin Award from the Michigan Printing Week Association.
Drs. Ben Atchison and Diane Dirette edit "Conditions in Occupational Therapy."
Professor of English garners concurrent contracts for three books.
Retired residence hall staff member died Nov. 22, 2011, at age 93.
Students provided 380,000 documented hours of service in the past year.
Free virtual lectures focus on excavation of 18th-century French fort.
Check out the latest gadgets and enter to win prizes April 11-12.
University is sixth largest donor institution in greater Kalamazoo.
Trustee emerita and former chair of the board died Feb. 29 at age 88.
JaLaLa in concert Monday, April 2, in Dalton Center Recital Hall.
Reservations due Sunday for April 11 awards program.
Screenings of "Boys and Men Healing" set for April 3 and 11.
Steven Roberts takes the podium April 2 at Fetzer Center.
Learn about research, internships, graduate study Wednesday, April 3.
Barbara Cully featured in Frostic Reading Series April 5.
Electronic business marketing and health informatics and information technology majors added.
Award-winning author Melinda Moustakis plans to work on her first novel.
Forty-six students receive WMU's highest academic honor for undergraduates.
Reservation deadline is March 30 for dinner featuring Elva Trevino Hart.
Concert Friday, March 30, will feature projected visuals and interactive electronics.
Transportation available to Lansing Blitz rally Friday, March 30.
New music ensemble performs "Pierrot Lunaire" Wednesday, March 28.
Drs. Timothy Green and Alex Enyedi to lead ethics talk March 26.
Lisa Garcia to lead WMU's local business engagement office.
Free events designed exclusively for high school juniors and their parents.