The College of Health and Human Services at WMU offers undergraduate and graduate degrees that lead to highly satisfying and highly rewarding careers that are in high demand.In a 2017-18 report, 91% of our graduates said they were engaged in careers within three months of graduation, and 89% said they were satisfied with their jobs.
Abby Tongue, who is pursuing a dual master's degree in WMU's renowned Department of Blindness and Low Vision Studies, will perform live audio description for two upcoming performances at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre.
Caceti Dobrowolski, a graduate student in the occupational therapy program, has been selected to present her research poster at the American Occupational Therapy Association national conference on April 5. In addition, Dobrowolski has also been awarded a grant on behalf of the Barbara J. Hemphill Endowment for Student Professional Development.
Dr. Earlie M. Washington has been selected to receive the Purple Poppy Award from Heritage Community of Kalamazoo for her dedicated support of the organization’s mission and vision. This award presentation will be made at the Heritage Community Foundation Gala on Thursday, April 11.
Western Michigan University’s Department of Physician Assistant has announced the appointment of David Areaux, MPAS, PA-C as the new chair and program director. David, currently an associate professor, has been part of WMU’s PA program since 2008 when he started as an assistant professor.