October 2018 Newsletter

October 2018 Newsletter

Pictured is Dr. Satish Deshpande and President Edward MontgomeryCelebrating Homecoming

The college recently celebrated Homecoming with the alumni and friends award ceremony, pancake breakfast and activity tent. Check out photos from the events and tag yourself or share the photos!

View the photo album.

Pictured is Benjamin Etshim.Building success

After moving to the United States and completing three internships while studying integrated supply management, Benjamin Etshim, B.B.A.'18, found success in his job at Marathon Petroleum.

Read Etshim's story.

Pictured are students at the mentorship program.Creating mentorship opportunities

Two WMU human resource management alumnae decided to bridge the gap between the student and professional experience and created a mentorship program designed to help students interested in HR find their place in the industry.

Read more about the mentorship program.

Pictured is Meriah PutnamStudent receives prestigious scholarship

Meriah Putnam, integrated supply management student at Western Michigan University, has been awarded the prestigious Transportation Club of Detroit scholarship for 2018. This marks the sixth consecutive year that a WMU student has won this award.

 Read more about Putnam and the scholarship.

Pictured is the Sales Lab.Robert S. Kaiser Sales, Negotiation and Leadership Lab opens to students

The newly renovated lab is open to students and will be celebrated with a grand opening ceremony an open house on Friday, Nov. 2.

Read more about the lab and Kaiser.

Pictured is Starting Gate 2018.Starting Gate celebrates fifth anniversary

Starting Gate, Western Michigan University's student business accelerator, offers valuable resources to students as they develop their startups. This year the accelerator celebrated its fifth year of operation.

Read more about Starting Gate.


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