Faculty and students in the Western Michigan University Doctor of Physical Therapy program collected goods to make a group donation to the Ark Shelter located in downtown Kalamazoo.
Empower Success navigators Jared Bruner and Justin Crowley represented the WMU Bronson School of Nursing at the inaugural STEM Quest event, held at KVCC in November.
The public health program at WMU provides students with opportunities to develop skills and competencies in various aspects of professional development. One example is a recent national opioid use disorder prevention advocacy summit in Washington D.C.
On Friday, Nov. 1, the College of Health and Human Services unveiled a new photography installation in its second floor art gallery. Standing Rock: Photographs of an Indigenous Movement is a series of photographs of Native American resistance to the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Donna Oas, associate professor emerita in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, was selected as one of the Hannan Center's 2019 Class of 70 Over 70 Next Chapter Awards winners. Though she was nominated in their Lifelong Learner category, she was selected as an Unsung Hero Impact Winner.
Dr. Fred Sammons, director of the Sammons Center for Innovation and Research in Occupation Based Technology and long-time supporter of the Department of Occupational Therapy at WMU will be honored at Virginia Commonwealth University on November 6 with a prestigious Alumni Star Award.
Western Michigan University has partnered with the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indian (Gun Lake Tribe) on a new grant, We Walk Together, which is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.