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Launching Opportunity

WMU's Advanced Rocketry Club is having a blast preparing to compete with elite groups from across the country in NASA's prestigious Student Launch competition.

Watch their dreams take off!

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Vision for the Future

WMU's renowned Department of Blindness and Low Vision Studies has secured two federal grants totaling nearly $1.5M to recruit and train vision rehabilitation therapists and orientation and mobility specialists.

Explore the impact.

Celebrating Accomplishments

  • The Haworth College of Business 30 Under 30 program has received the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Gold Award for Best New Alumni Program. The awards program recognizes outstanding work in the areas of alumni relations, communications, marketing, fundraising and events. The Pride of CASE V competition includes public and private institutions from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin.

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Uncovering Bias

A WMU faculty team's research exposed inherent racial bias among prosecutors in jury selection that could have broader implications in court cases nationwide.

Take a closer look at their findings.

Planting the Seeds of Sustainability

Impactful Experiences

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Climate Commitment

WMU announces new effort to examine its Climate Action Plan and develop a long-range plan to reduce carbon emissions on campus.

Learn why action is important.

A New Chapter in Business Development

  • A woman stands in an aisle in a bookstore holding a book.

    A $140,000 gift establishing the Monroe-Brown Foundation Entrepreneurship Fund aims to foster job-creation and engage Kalamazoo-area entrepreneurs like Dr. Khady Ndao-Brumblay, who hopes to turn her dream of increasing African representation in children's literature a reality.