Dr. Edwin Martini a professor of history, has served as the interim associate provost of EUP since September 2018. His new appointment took effect April 1.
Dr. Toni Woolfork-Barnes brings more than 30 years of experience in leading various student-focused programs at WMU into her new role with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Dr. Alan Rea and Jason Johnson, faculty experts in cybersecurity, will lead the courses, which combine online learning modules with lab-based experiential learning.
WMU-Grand Rapids Program Receives Grant for Case Study Addressing Cultural Competency in Public Health Care Collaboration with Native Americans
Western Michigan University’s Grand Rapids regional location recently received grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research to develop curricula aimed at improving cultural competency for health professions students. The grant awards nearly $14,700 for the project, which focuses on addressing diabetes and tobacco use among Native Americans.