August 2021 Newsletter

A Q&A with Dean Satish Deshpande, standing in the Haworth College of Business courtyard.Q&A with Dean Deshpande: A bright, bold future for WMU Haworth

What can students, faculty, staff and alumni expect for the upcoming academic year? A strong, safe return to campus with multiple opportunities for the college to engage with its constituents. Dr. Satish Desphande, dean for the Haworth College of Business, shares what’s on the horizon for the year ahead. Read more.

A colorful photo of the Haworth College of Business building.Western student chapter receives superior merit award

WMU’s chapter of the Society for Excellence in Human Resources has once again been recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management for providing superior growth and development opportunities for its student members. “The 2020-21 SEHR officers were an exceptional group of leaders who built on the culture of excellence and were able to adapt quickly in stressful circumstances,” says Dr. Christina Stamper, professor of management. “Their response to the pandemic, persevering with high-quality online programming, was amazing and indicative of the professionalism they will bring to their careers.” Read more.

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