May 2016


Haworth College of Business News

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Opportunity Knocks

When given the opportunity to compete for an invitation to an important industry event, four WMU students did just that and not only learned about their chosen field but also the value of a WMU business education.

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forensic accounting

Business students hit the pavement recently, investigating embezzlement, drug trafficking and a multi-filer tax scheme all in an effort to to learn about careers inĀ forensic accounting as a part of the Adrian Project.

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welcome students

The reasons students choose WMU for their business education are varied. But one thing is for sure, they feel at home here. Alumni recommendations can have a great impact on a student's perception of our college. So share your WMU story–and share this video–and encourage students to consider WMU.

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Meet Durabilika

Designing simple, easy-to-use fatigue analysis software is no small task. Yet, recent alumnus Joshua Teo did just that–all before graduation. Working with Starting Gate, WMU's student business accelerator, Teo now expects $5 million in sales by 2021.


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On Game Day, We Wear Gold! Join us for WMU Night at Comerica Park on June 22 and cheer on the Tigers.

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Aaron McClendon earns top honors as the recipient of two national scholarships worth $15,000.

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The spring semester speaker events wrap up this month with a discussion of Binder Park Zoo.

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