Groundbreaking was May 10 for the new 67,000-square-foot instructional facility at the W.K. Kellogg Airport in Battle Creek.
Western Michigan University marketing senior Catherine Lemus was recognized for how she has used her marketing skills in a variety of meaningful ways, recently receiving the American Marketing Association's Social Impact Scholarship.
Kathryn Blair Moore, an assistant professor of art at Texas State University, is the winner of the 2019 Gründler Prize for "The Architecture of the Christian Holy Land: Reception from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance."
SafeSense Technologies LLC was named a 2019 SmartZone Best Small Business at the annual Michigan Celebrates Small Business Awards.
Members of the campus community and visitors to WMU this summer should encounter few traffic or other disruptions as building, renovation, paving and related work takes place.
Prior to being tapped for the interim dean role, Dr. Christine Byrd-Jacobs was associate dean of the college. She is succeeding Dr. Sue Stapleton who has assumed the role of special assistant to the provost.
Joseph Backe, a Medallion Scholar and mechanical engineering major, helps the rugby team run like a well-oiled machine.
After winning the MAC Sevens Championship, the WMU men's rugby club is headed to Arizona for a shot at the national title.
The award is presented annually by the National Air Transportation Association to individuals and organizations that demonstrate superior service to the aviation business community, particularly through their leadership skills and advancement of a safety-first culture.
Western Michigan University's sales and business marketing program has been named a top national program by the Sales Education Foundation for the 13th consecutive year.
Tamara Davis, regional director of WMU's Southwest Michigan Small Business Development Center, credits the efforts of team members Lincoln Crocker, Lori Puzevic and John Schmitt for continually elevating the center to greater heights.
Cara Lougheed, a teacher at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills and a WMU graduate, is the 2019-20 Michigan Teacher of the Year.
The focus of the conference is to explore improving the quality of life by advancing more balanced, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation systems.