Craig Ferry

WMU student recognized by Google, takes first place in competition

Craig Ferry, a junior majoring in marketing at Western Michigan University, recently claimed first place in the Virtual Business Professional Project. Hosted by USC Marshall, the project focuses on global student collaboration and communication best practices in a virtual environment. Ferry, along with his teammates, delivered recommendations to Google, and the corporate representative noted these suggestions were "ready to share with senior stakeholders."

The 2022 edition of the Business magazine is now available.

2022 Business Magazine

The 2022 edition of the Business magazine is now available! This year we celebrate student success—from stories about first place finishes for student teams to exploration and personal growth. Read on to learn about accolades and milestones for programs, alumni, students, faculty and staff, as well as perspectives on the economy, international partnerships, student research, community outreach and more.

Photo of Edjola Hoxha seated at a computer workstation

Edjola Hoxha: Securing the future

Business professional Edjola Hoxha is taking steps to secure her future, with a master's degree in cybersecurity from WMU. The flexible program enables her to grow her technical knowledge and stay current with industry advancements, while putting those skills to use in her career every day.

Professional photo of Justin Scott wearing a dark suit with a brown background

Justin Scott: Ethically hacking his way to a better future

Graduate student Justin Scott is taking his background in computer information systems to a new level as he pursues his master's in cybersecurity at WMU. The flexible class options and experiential learning have helped him reach his goals for the future.