May 2015 WMU News

Part of Ring Road to close temporarily this summer

Starting June 1, much of the Goldsworth Drive portion of the Ring Road will be closed for more than a month. During the closure, access to the Goldsworth Valley residence halls will be affected for only short periods of time.

University Theatre announces 2015-16 season

Experience small-town Americana, murder mysteries and a rock-n-roll take on presidential history through University Theatre's 2015-16 season offerings. Season passes are now on sale.

Campus visit rekindles a family legacy

The daughter of WMU's second president took a walk down memory lane in April when she returned to campus with her husband and several close family members.

Help select WMU's top four staffers for 2014-15

Students and employees have through Sunday, May 31, to provide new supporting information to help decide which of 25 staff members will be chosen as the top four staffers for 2014-15.

Feedback sought on University email service

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to take a survey to provide feedback on the current email system, Webmail Plus, and help determine the needs for future University email services.

Details announced for Zegree memorial service

The Saturday, May 23, celebration of the life of Dr. Stephen Zegree will feature performances from Gold Company as well as other solo artists and ensembles. Hotel blocks are available for those traveling from out of town.

WMU receives one of six statewide college-access awards

The Michigan College Access Network has presented its inaugural Steward Award to WMU for the University's contributions to increasing the number of Michiganders who earn postsecondary educational credentials.

WMU sales program nationally recognized for excellence

For the ninth consecutive year, the program has been recognized  by the Sales Education Foundation for preparing students for careers in professional selling and helping to elevate the sales profession.