Thinking Globally: Performance, Progress and Purpose

A people business at the heart of issues that make business and society tick—that is how Dennis Nally, B.B.A.'74, chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International, describes the PwC network of firms and the work that it does in audit, tax, consulting and business services. Read more


Recent WMU alumni are winning over everyone who has had the chance to learn about their life-saving invention, NeoVent.

Investing in the Future

Life in the very unstable financial environment in Zimbabwe had a profound impact on senior Simba Chirara, finance major and entrepreneur.

Dual Degree Program

The college inks an agreement for accounting education for Chinese students at Guizhou University of Finance and Economics and WMU.

Global Engagement on Campus

Hosting international guests for workshops and seminars is part of the college's strategy of encouraging global engagement.

Intercultural Student Group

Inspired by a campus speaker, student launches group to address the needs of at-risk students and encourage social connections among diverse student populations.

Paderborn, Germany

Around the World

Korea, Germany, Indonesia, India, Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. Our alumni are influencing business around the world. Our students are studying abroad. And in Kalamazoo, students are studying multinational management. Read their stories.

Perspectives from Alumni

Heffernan in front of helicopter

Finding Your Niche

Stuck in traffic in Chicago, Trevor Heffernan, B.B.A.'09, developed his concept for The Chicago Helicopter Experience. raising the bar in the helicopter tourism industry.


Manufacturing Quality

Safely conveying air, gas or fluids in unfriendly environments is no small feat. But that is the job of Matt DeCamp, B.B.A.’92, CEO of Flexfab, and his team.


Brand Buzz

Connecting consumers and brands in ways that offer powerful win-win situations has been central to the career of Chee Tor, B.B.A.’98, who is now ready to launch his own business.


Startup Success

For winter-weary consumers, slush-soaked gloves and mittens are a nuisance. For Karen Smoots, B.B.A.’99, her husband Ryan, B.S.'99, and their two children, the solution lead to the family business, The Green Glove Dryer.

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