William Johnston and Jeanne Carlson elected chair and vice chair, respectively.
February 2012 WMU News
Students to perform with Paquito D'Rivera at famed Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Deadlines for faculty and staff awards approaching.
Former staff member died Aug. 28 at age 65.
Daylong choral event March 15 culminates in free, public performance.
Service is March 10 for WMU professor emeritus.
Retired assistant to the dean of health and human services died Feb. 2 at age 79.
Board to elect its chair and vice chair at Wednesday's meeting.
Many campus services will operate on reduced hours March 2-11.
Film starring Amy Adams and Jason Segel is playing at Miller Auditorium.
Eight screenings March 2-4 on WMU's East Campus.
Members of Alpha Tau Omega to spend 48 consecutive hours at the Campus Flagpoles.
Submissions sought for inaugural issue of Open Journal of Occupational Therapy.
Students to spend spring break touring leading companies around the state.
Original page and cover art from Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spiderman" are on display in Kerr Gallery through June 29.
"Existentialism and a Half-Life in Video" is open through March 23.
Learn about paid internships with the Disney College Program Feb. 27.
Free WMU Mobile app at iTunes Store and Android Market.
Alison Huey and Joshua Kallen nab first place in Financial Services National Industry Issues Competition.
Critically acclaimed film playing on campus this weekend.
Low-cost, short-term educational programs for adults.
WMU's five teams are among a total of 16 competing from across the state.
Senior trombone major Eric Bowman has been recognized by the International Trombone Association as a finalist in both the jazz and classical categories.
Comedy written by WMU faculty member Jay Berkow premieres March 15-25.
Education professor performing at The Ark Storytelling Festival Saturday.
Tracy Christensen will talk about her costume design work Thursday, Feb. 16.
Plans depend largely upon state and federal tax credits.
Soldiers talk about Israeli-Arab conflict and IDF Monday, Feb. 20.
Students have until March 1 to apply for sustainability grants totaling $45,000.
Dr. Frank Gambino to discuss trends and economic conditions Feb. 24.