March 2017 WMU News

Nobel Peace Laureate coming to Kalamazoo

Rigoberta Menchú Tum will present a free, public talk on "An Indigenous Perspective: Protecting People and Planet" at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 24.

Senior BFA dance majors to present concert

The Graduating Presentations in Dance Concert, titled "soft//power," runs Thursday through Sunday, April 6-9. All performances will be held in Dance Studio B on the third floor of the Dalton Center.

WMU blood drive competition is March 23

Members of the University community and greater Kalamazoo area are invited to participate in Bronco Blood Bash at WMU from 11 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. in the Bernhard Center.

Ross Gregory obituary

Ross Gregory, retired professor of history at WMU, died Feb. 10. He was 83.

WMU will award honorary degree to Antonio Flores

Dr. Antonio R. Flores, president and chief executive officer of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, will receive an honorary degree from WMU during April 29 commencement ceremonies.

WMUK brings home two more awards

The station won 2016 Michigan Association of Broadcasters best awards in the Musical Programming and Marketing Materials and Promos categories.

WMU racks up four Educational Advertising Awards

The Office of University Relations received awards for its Brand Book, its Visual Identity Program booklet, the Strike Gold television spot and a letterhead project for the Office of Admissions.

Barbara Jane Miller obituary

Barbara Jane Miller, WMU's first lady for 13 years and widow of the University's third president, James W. Miller, died Feb. 14 at age 98.

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