Jordan White and John Potter picked in NFL draft, Drew Nowak and Anthony Parker sign as free agents.
April 2012 WMU News
Scholars and teachers interested in Asia will be able to examine issues that span that region during two concurrent conferences Friday through Sunday, Sept. 21-23.
International Congress on Medieval Studies runs Thursday through Sunday, May 10-13, and is the largest conference of its kind.
Third graders will learn and build leadership skills while improving the preserve's ecological health.
The figure reported, $36,568,788, includes gift activity through March 31. The University's 2011-12 fiscal year runs through June 30.
Master teacher option offered within Master of Arts in Special Education will consist of 36 credit hours of coursework related to the teaching of autistic children.
Grants to the University soared past the $2.1 million mark in February and March, pushing the year-to-date total to more than $17.3 million.
Team of 20 advertising and promotion students took home third place in their division in the District 6 American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition.
Teams from around the world will begin arriving at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at noon Tuesday, July 17.
Retirements of four faculty members and 13 staff members were approved by the Board of Trustees at its last meeting.
Registration is under way for various camps being offered on campus this summer, and space is limited for most.
Communication students Cassandra Stagner and Wil Granaderos win national collegiate film contest sponsored by CNN, Reporters Without Borders USA and the Ford Foundation.
Pulitzer and Tony award-winning shows highlight 106th season, which includes "The Three Musketeers," Shakespeare's "Macbeth," Pulitzer Prize-winning "Ruined" and Tony Award-winning "Kiss Me Kate."
Lineup includes "West Side Story," "Les Misérables," "Hair" and "Wicked." Subscriptions and group sales start later this spring when the full season lineup is announced.
Register by Tuesday, May 1, for teachers' workshops and young writers' camp.
President Dunn presides over four ceremonies Saturday, April 28, in Miller Auditorium.
West Michigan Avenue closed at the Bernhard Center, intersection of South Hayes and West Michigan permanently eliminated.
Paintings by two distinguished West Michigan artists, Marilyn Johnson and Sy Ellens, will be on display through June 29 in the Monroe-Brown Gallery at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts.
Outgoing, energetic students have until Monday to apply for open position.
Increase will not affect current students returning to residence halls.
Associate professor emeritus of history died April 16 at age 83.
Engineering technology students win Human Assisted Green Energy Vehicle design competition sponsored by Parker Hannifin, capturing five first-place finishes along the way.
Vizzini to serve four-year term on State Board of Professional Engineers.
Book Buyback runs through April 28 at Textbook Alley and University Bookstore.
WMU named one of the nation's most environmentally responsible 'green colleges' by Princeton Review and the U.S. Green Building Council's Center for Green Schools.
Local officials discuss Kalamazoo River Valley Trail Friday, April 27.
Eighty students to be recognized Thursday, April 26.
PeaceJam brings Rigoberta Menchu Tum to Kalamazoo.
Board of Trustees meets Thursday in the Bernard Center.
EV charging stations at WMU and Borgess will be dedicated.