Food fuels our bodies and has always been an important manifestation of identity, culture and values. Nowhere is this more evident than when looking at how diets evolve as products and trends move from new to normalized. American culture has not traditionally embraced insect proteins, but WMU students are working on a plan to change that.
Integrated supply management students worked with Fusion Management Partners and Clark Logic on a noteworthy experiential learning project.
Jacob Remington is taking his education beyond the borders of the WMU campus. He is studying food marketing and interning for the Kellogg Company in Italy, giving him the chance to learn new skills and embrace adventure.
Janelle Tischer, B.B.A.’00 has dominated the fast-paced advertising industry by working with blue chip brands such as Cadillac, Chevrolet, Sprint and now Disney. Her most recent accolade was being named the 115th president of Adcraft Detroit, the oldest nonprofit advertising association in the country.
For Elma Celebic, there has been no greater reward than graduating from WMU. Among her successes: An internship with global media company Razorfish that led to a full-time career.
Throughout his time at WMU Haworth, Charles Poole has learned that giving your best effort and fully committing to growth opportunities leads to success.