Events

The College of Arts and Sciences at Western Michigan University strives to add value to the lives of its learners and continuously improve the quality of its programming to meet the needs and expectations of the communities it serves. Join us for events that are tailored to your academic interests and help prepare you for the future.

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Events for Arts and Sciences

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2021 EVENTS

Wednesday, January 13

Virtual Bronco Bash–Students and community members can visit virtual booths to learn more about WMU's majors, minors, faculty members, study abroad programs, student organizations and more, 4 to 7 p.m.

Thursday, February 18

College of Arts and Sciences Research Webinar Series: COVID-19 Pandemic Research at WMU–“Pandemic Response and Religion” presented by Dr. Stephen Covell, chair and professor of comparative religion, and Dr. Diane Riggs, faculty specialist II of comparative religion, noon.

Saturday, March 6

History Day District 6 Competition–students grades 4-12 work as groups or individuals, prepare exhibits, media, projects, dramatic performances, or historical papers that explore a theme set each year by the National History Day contest; 2021's theme is "Communication in History" and will be held virtually.

Thursday, March 18

College of Arts and Sciences Research Webinar Series: COVID-19 Pandemic Research at WMU–“Accreditation and the Future of Higher Learning” presented by Dr. James Cousin, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and master faculty specialist of history, noon.

Monday, May 10

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.

Tuesday, May 11

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.

Wednesday, May 12

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.

Thursday, May 13

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.

Friday, May 14

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.

Saturday, May 15

56th International Congress on Medieval Studies–will be hosted virtually by WMU's Medieval Institute; more info TBD.