Stanford names two WMU students as University Innovation Fellows

Two Western Michigan University students are among 224 nationally and internationally named University Innovation Fellows, a global program run by Stanford University that empowers student leaders to increase campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and design thinking.


Faculty and staff awards presented at January meeting

CEAS faculty and staff recently received an update on the state of the college at the first “All-Hands Meeting” of 2017. During the meeting, Dean Toutanji also recognized a number of faculty and staff for their contributions to the college. 

President Dunn's Statement on President Trump's immigration executive order

On Friday, President Trump signed an executive order banning all immigration from seven predominantly Muslim nations. Although I was away from campus over the weekend to attend a family function, I spent the past two days carefully monitoring the news and the implications for Western Michigan University and our students.