Hailey Granich

WMU food marketing student receives national scholarship

Hailey Granich, a student at Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business recently received a competitive FMS Solutions Holdings Legacy Scholarship in the amount of $3,000 from the National Grocers Association Foundation. Granich credits leadership opportunities—and the mentorship she has received in the food and consumer package goods marketing program—with her growing confidence that she has chosen the right field.

Jacob Remington, student in the food and consumer package goods marketing program.

Finding the tools to feed the world

Western senior Jacob Remington is leaving his mark as a food marketing major at the Haworth College of Business. Between tremendous networking opportunities as a member of the Food Marketing Association, a category management internship at Kellogg's and a study abroad experience in Italy—Remington is ready to feed the world.  

Myint

Veteran and volunteer: Student pursues balance, community and appreciation work

A veteran and award winning volunteer, Sai Myint is approaching graduation from the food and consumer package goods marketing program ready to take on a new challenge. “I'm open to any opportunity that will give me a great work life-balance, a sense of community and appreciation for the work done,” says Myint.

Most Americans don’t eat worms … yet!

Most Americans don’t eat worms … yet!

Food fuels our bodies and has always been an important manifestation of identity, culture and values. Nowhere is this more evident than when looking at how diets evolve as products and trends move from new to normalized. American culture has not traditionally embraced insect proteins, but WMU students are working on a plan to change that.