April 28, 2011 | WMU News
The University is now ahead of PNC in that category and right behind Borgess Health.
• WMU figured in the "Top 10 Number of Leadership Givers" in Greater Kalamazoo, that is, the total number of employees contributing $1,000 or more to the campaign.
• WMU exceeded its contributions to United Way in 2009 by more than $21,000. That amount of giving put the University in third place among the top-10 organizations having the greatest increase. The University came in ahead of Eaton Corp. and behind the Bronson Healthcare Group by less than $900.
• Joseph G. Reish, dean of University Libraries, was named an Extraordinary Leader for his work as campus chair of the 2010-11 WMU United Way Campaign.