March 2016


Haworth College of Business News

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ISM students working on industry project

New ism ranking

A new ranking puts the WMU integrated supply management program at No. 5 in undergrad education, placing WMU in an elite circle of top supply chain programs. The listing of the top 100 universities for supply chain education was produced by SCM World, a cross-industry learning community.

read about the ranking

influential women

Recognized for her strategic leadership of the college of business, Dean Kay Palan was named one of the 50 Most Influential Women in West Michigan by the Grand Rapids Business Journal. The first female dean of the college, Palan is an entrepreneur and has brought that expertise to WMU. 

Meet Palan
Students at Designed to Lead

Leadership Conference

High-profile speakers provided strategies to help students succeed in their academic and post-graduate careers during this year's DESIGNEDtoLEAD, student-run conference.

read about the conference

recruit a business bronco

Show your Bronco pride to prospective students and their families by sharing our video and your story. Inspire future Broncos with what they can do with a WMU business degree.

share your story
finance student at computer

Submit your class notes and share your news with fellow alumni via the upcoming 2016 edition of our magazine.

submit Your news

Follow up on Carlos Pinon's experience as a 2016 top 50 U.S. multicultural advertising student.

read about the experience

The spring semester speaker events continue this month with our regular series.


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