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March 2, 2024

42nd Western Invitational Jazz Festival featuring trombonist Elliot Mason

Mr. Mason studied at the Berklee College of Music in Massachusetts on a full tuition scholarship where worked with Hal Crook and Phil Wilson. In 1994, Mr. Mason won the prestigious Frank Rosolino Award for outstanding trombone performance abilities and was invited to perform at the International Trombone Workshop.

Date: Saturday, Mar. 2
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Dalton Center Recital Hall

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March 9, 2024

Larger Disney Princess art advertising the show

Disney Princess: The Concert

For generations, the music of Disney’s princesses has been the soundtrack to our lives.

Date: Saturday, Mar. 9
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Auditorium

March 10, 2024

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My Fair Lady

From Lincoln Center Theater that brought you The King & I and South Pacific comes “a sumptuous new production of the most perfect musical of all time” (Entertainment Weekly), Lerner & Loewe’s MY FAIR LADY. Director Bartlett Sher’s glowing production is “thrilling, glorious and better than it ever was” (New York Times). “Every so often, a revival comes along that reminds you how indispensable great theater can be” (NY1).

Date: Sunday, Mar. 10
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Miller Auditorium

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March 12, 2024

Social Work Job Fair

This specialty job fair is for students seeking full time and internships with employers in the areas of Social Work.

Date: Tuesday, Mar. 12
Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: College of Health and Human Services 4010

March 13, 2024

The Politics of Climate Change in 2024

Seminar at Lee Honors College: Dr. Ron Kramer, WMU Sociology

This will assess the COP 28 meeting and what it means for domestic politics relating to the climate emergency in the election year of 2024. 

Date: Wednesday, Mar. 13
Time: noon to 1:00pm
Location: Lounge WMU Lee Honors College
Title of book: Unshrinking, part of the Ethics Center's Ethics Between the Lines book club series

Book Club: Unshrinking

Noa Dahan, a part-time instructor in the Department of Philosophy, will lead the discussions of Unshrinking (2024) by Kate Manne. Manne highlights fatphobia as a social justice issue that has received insufficient attention.

Date: Wednesday, Mar. 13
Time: 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Location: 3014 Moore Hall
Tim Foust

Tim Foust: Social Harmony through Vocal Harmony

Tim Foust, singer and songwriter with the internationally acclaimed country vocal band, Home Free, has built a body of work dedicated to social harmony, inclusion and diversity. Join the Department of Gender and Women's Studies on Wednesday, March 13 at 6 p.m. in Brown Hall, Room 2028, to hear him discuss his experiences as an artist who uses his platform to promote positive social change. 

Date: Wednesday, Mar. 13
Time: 6:00pm
Location: 2028 Brown Hall

March 14, 2024

Learning to Fight the Climate Crisis

Dr. Susan Schneider, WMU Psychology

The technology to solve the climate crisis has been available for years. This is a behavioral​ challenge. This talk focuses on learning principles like positive reinforcement - more complex than it might seem. We can learn to make green choices, and businesses, school districts, health care systems, and local governments are scaling up these successes.

Date: Thursday, Mar. 14
Time: 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: 1718 WMU Wood Hall
Photo of speaker with title of talk: The Ethics of ‘Necessity’ and the 1781 Zong Massacre

The Ethics of ‘Necessity’ and the 1781 Zong Massacre

Cynthia Klekar-Cunningham, director of the School of Communication and professor of English, examines the 1781 Zong massacre and the broader transatlantic slave trade in the context of 18th-century medical ethics.

Date: Thursday, Mar. 14
Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: 2026 Brown Hall Clifford Center