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Philanthropic opportunities uncorked with new WMU wine

A wine brand with profits going toward scholarships will soon be available to alumni and friends of WMU, courtesy of the efforts of leadership and business strategy students who spent 12 months working on the wine brand project, under faculty guidance.

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Three WMU students receive prestigious scholarships

Western Michigan University students Jake DeJulio, Jake Frye and Samantha Mcgrath have received prestigious scholarships from the National Grocers Association Foundation. This is the second consecutive year that WMU students have garnered the most scholarships out of all students nationally who received awards.

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The 30

Do you know an emerging business leader who is a current student or recent alum of Western Michigan University's Haworth College of Business and is providing thought leadership and innovative perspectives in the business world? Nominate yourself or a friend for the college's digital publication, The 30.

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What's trending?

Haworth College of Business students speak about what’s on their minds. At the forefront, data analytics and technology are central in how they are preparing for their professions.

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The way we work

For more than 70 years, Haworth Inc. has been tackling the challenge of designing workspaces that help maximize productivity, control real estate costs through space utilization and reflect organizational culture. How does Haworth do it? Find out more in the annual publication of Business.