An autumn day, near the back of the Haworth College of Business.

October 2022 Newsletter

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  • Kelly Mankin is smiling, next to a friend.

    Alumnus and husband establish scholarship endowment to benefit business students

    Igniting lifelong curiosity—that is what Western Michigan University did for Kelly Mankin, B.B.A.’82, retired senior vice president, TD Auto Finance. Mankin, who was a first-generation student, was the youngest of five children. Growing up in Allegan, Michigan, he planned on working at a local factory when he finished high school. But that factory closed during his high school years, which left Mankin without a plan for his future. A teacher’s aide at his school recommended WMU to him, and Mankin began to research if he had the grades to be accepted—and whether he could fund his education.

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  • Clear glass-like awards are positioned on a table a the awards ceremony.

    2022 college award recipients honored at homecoming

    Alumni and friends of WMU Haworth were honored for their outstanding professional and service accomplishments during WMU Homecoming week. These individuals serve as a representation of the values of the Haworth College of Business and as an inspiration and example to our students. This year's recipients visited campus for an awards ceremony at Schneider Hall. Read on to learn about their achievements.

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