Logo that reads SHRM 2018-2019 superior merit award.

Student group once again recognized by leading human resource association

Students involved in the Society for Excellence in Human Resources at WMU participate in professional, social and service events designed to enhance career readiness. Membership in the society helps students gain valuable professional development and networking opportunities with local human resource professionals, among other benefits.

Photo of WMU students Danny Rogers and Brennan Vaughn.

Business students clinch victories at e-Fest 2019

Western Michigan University business students Brennan Vaughn and Danny Rogers traveled to the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge in Minnesota in April and competed at e-Fest 2019, claiming prizes and building their networks.

MacKenzie King

Living a multi-dimensional life

MacKenzie King shares with fellow students and others about solving some of the world's most challenging problems. 

Students pose by Sunseeker racecar

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.

professional photo of Anjail Mohammed

30 Under 30

Meet Anjail Mohammed, B.B.A.’15, a management graduate who is now the founder of The Food Lovers Paradise. Mohammed 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.