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In the spotlight


  • Jennifer Palthe, masked, teaches an MBA HyFlex class.

    Princeton Review names WMU a ‘best business school’ for an MBA

    Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business is once again on Princeton Review’s list of best business schools. The education services company profiles the college in its 2022 annual business school rankings as a top institution for students pursuing a Master of Business Administration. Schools are selected based on academics and experiential components of their programs. WMU Haworth has consistently appeared on the Princeton Review’s list of best business schools for more than a decade.

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  • Erin Rodgers, masked, works in the Sales lab on their laptop.

    WMU recognized again as a top university for sales education

    The sales and business marketing program has once again been recognized by the Sales Education Foundation as a top sales program. This is the 15th consecutive year that WMU Haworth’s program has been honored for providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as sales professionals. The program boasts 100% of students employed within three months of graduation and 100% of graduates reporting job satisfaction with their first professional sales roles.

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  • 9 students and Heather Isch of LFK Marketing hold red gift bags.

    Student marketing association recognized for exceptional planning and communications efforts

    The American Marketing Association completed its academic year on a high note—winning several chapter awards that highlight the value of the student organization. The awards, judged by a panel of AMA members, are based on how well the chapter executed its annual chapter plan. WMU’s chapter won awards for outstanding chapter planning, membership and internal and external communications.

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  • 7 students and Dr. Tim Palmer wear business professional outfits are the Haworth College of Business.

    Business fraternity receives multiple recognition awards for excellence

    The Epsilon Omicron chapter of Delta Sigma Pi won several awards this year, including two provincial awards—the Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Award and the Outstanding Alumni Relations award. To win these awards, Epsilon Omicron stood out from nearly 50 chapters in its province with quality activities that promoted the ideals of the fraternity and also involved alumni.

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  • Purple and pink flowers bloom at the Haworth College of Business.

    Western student chapter receives superior merit award

    The Western Michigan University chapter of the Society for Excellence in Human Resources (SEHR) has once again been recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) for providing superior growth opportunities to its student members. Chapters are recognized based on operations, chapter programming and professional development of members, support of the human resource profession and SHRM engagement.

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