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Employers to vie for job, intern candidates at spring career fairs

The WMU-organized events are free and open to the public, although tailored to college students and recent college graduates. They begin Thursday, Jan. 30, and conclude Wednesday, April 22. All but one takes place in Kalamazoo on the University's Main Campus.

Students in Cape Town, South Africa

Life-changing business experiences abroad

Two Haworth College of Business students, Catherine Lemus and Nijeria Peterson, were selected for highly competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships, worth $2,000 each, to study overseas during the fall 2019 semester.

professional photo of Meagan Ward

30 Under 30

Meet Meagan Ward, B.B.A.’13, a marketing graduate who is the co-founder and CEO of FEMOLOGY Detroit, and the owner and brand strategist at Creatively Flawless. Ward 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.

Renee Robinson-Seelye

Sustaining success

Marketing manager Renee Robinson-Seelye, B.B.A.’10, is taking her family business, Jake’s Country Meats, in a new direction.

Zahir Quraeshi

Forty years of teaching, research and global business

“Enabling students to become productive, caring citizens of the world”—that is how Zahir “Zack” Quraeshi, professor of marketing and G.W. Haworth chair of international business, describes the focus of his work for the past 40 years.