Wine bottles against backdrop of Chilean vineyard.

Philanthropic opportunities uncorked with new WMU wine

A wine brand with profits going toward scholarships will soon be available to alumni and friends of WMU, courtesy of the efforts of leadership and business strategy students who spent 12 months working on the wine brand project, under faculty guidance.

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Students, public invited to career fairs held this fall

Members of the public, along with students and alumni from WMU and other area colleges and universities, are welcome to attend as many events as they wish. No registration is necessary, although attendees will need to go through check-in at many of the events.

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30 Under 30

Meet Cayden Sparks, B.B.A.’15, a management graduate who is now an executive director of the Coldwater Area Chamber of Commerce. Sparks is included in the inaugural Haworth College of Business 30 Under 30 publication for doing extraordinary things in business in the short time since graduation.

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The 30

Do you know an emerging business leader who is a current student or recent alum of Western Michigan University's Haworth College of Business and is providing thought leadership and innovative perspectives in the business world? Nominate yourself or a friend for the college's digital publication, The 30.

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Business students take the wheel

Sunseeker, the registered student organization behind Western Michigan University’s solar powered racecar, has enlisted a team of business students to manage fundraising, marketing and budgeting for future races and car development.

Tim Johnson at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbing for clean water

Tim Johnson, B.B.A.’18, is a firm believer that creative ideas can tackle world problems. When he became acquainted with Lifewater International—an organization committed to ending the global water and sanitation crisis in Cambodia, Ethiopia and Uganda—he decided it was time to take his own problem solving skills to new heights.