The exterior of Schneider Hall.

Business fraternity receives multiple recognition awards for excellence

The Western Michigan University chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity, Epsilon Omicron, won several awards during the October 2021 Virtual LEAD School. The chapter’s accomplishment of receiving not one but three awards speaks to its commitment to excellence in promoting the ideals of the fraternity through consistent, focused actions and activities. 

Left to right, Peyton Hurley, Alexandra Henson, Madison Dober and Connor McKenney.

Supply chain team claims first place in case competition

A team of Western Michigan University integrated supply management students finished in first place at the General Motors/Wayne State University Supply Chain Case Competition. The team used teamwork to solve supply chain challenges, sourcing battery trays for the GMC Hummer EV and BrightDrop Electric Delivery Van. Ultimately, the highly experiential nature of the supply chain program prepared the team to perform at a superior level, and not only earn the top award but many accolades as well.

Pictured is Mike Powell

Raising the bar in HR: Q&A with Mike Powell

In the business world, it has never been more important to be versatile and agile. For senior Mike Powell, these are the very qualities that propelled him to major in human resource management at WMU.