April 2014 WMU News

Engineering students show innovations at annual conference

Senior engineering students will showcase and demonstrate their projects during the 54th Conference on Senior Engineering Design from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Three rare campus trees named state champions

The biggest dwarf hackberry trees known to exist in Michigan are growing on WMU's main campus, according to official measurements taken for the Michigan Botanical Club Big Tree Program and National Register of Big Trees.

Dance group Pilobolus comes to Miller Auditorium

Groundbreaking dance group Pilobolus will perform at Miller Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15. The group is also conducting a master class April 14 at WMU, which the public is welcome to observe.

Community partnership part of WMUK fundraiser

WMU's public radio station WMUK begins on-air pledging for their spring fund drive Saturday, April 5. The drive will feature a partnership with the Kalamazoo Community Foundation and Fair Food Matters.

Spring 2014 outstanding staffers to be honored

Fifteen WMU staff members will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to the University during a reception Monday, April 14, for semiannual Make a Difference Award winners.

WMU's 26th annual Education Career Fair set

More than 80 school districts from 18 states will be participating in the 2014 Education Career Fair Monday, April 7, in the East Ballroom of the Bernhard Center. The event is free and open to the public.