Three new officers and seven directors comprise the senate's new leadership team. Most of the members will serve two-year terms, through 2018.
June 2016 WMU News
Each student athlete has earned at least a 3.2 grade point average and has participated in at least 50 percent of the season's games.
The 17th annual Juneteenth Celebration, set for Sunday, June 19, also will feature the staging of a multi-faceted production and dramatic reading.
Live bands and dancers will be featured at this year's Irish Fest on Friday and Saturday, June 17-18, at Old Dog Tavern, 402 E. Kalamazoo Ave., in downtown Kalamazoo.
The Activate: Midwest New Play Festival is set for Thursday through Saturday, June 16-18, in WMU's Gilmore Theatre Complex. All events are free and no reservations are necessary.
Dr. Jessaca Spybrook, associate professor of educational leadership, research and technology, is completing a fellowship with the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness.
The 2016 Kalamazoo Pride event is set for Friday and Saturday, June 10-11, in the Arcadia Creek Festival Site in downtown Kalamazoo.
Clare Regan, a vocal performance and music education student in WMU's School of Music, will perform the role of Princess Margaret in Opera Grand Rapids' production of "The Student Prince."
The event, an evening of music making that requires no auditions and no rehearsals, will feature the Mozart Requiem Thursday, June 9, and the Fauré Requiem Wednesday, July 27.
Warfield was a faculty member in the College of Education for 41 years, retiring in 2013 as associate professor emeritus of educational leadership, research and technology.
Medallion Scholarships are the highest merit-based award WMU can bestow on an incoming freshman. They constitute one of the largest merit-based awards in American higher education.
Hall, a 1965 alumnus of WMU, died Wednesday, June 1, after an extended illness. A memorial service is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, June 11, in Detroit.