Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, for up to $75,000 in Student Sustainability Grant funding to support student research, activities and initiatives that will foster a culture of sustainability at WMU.
October 2017 WMU News
Judyth K. Timmerman, a former office supervisor for the WMU Department of Public Safety, died Aug. 14 at the age of 77. Services have taken place.
Faculty and staff should receive their pledge cards soon. Goals are to raise $200,000, increase participation by 10 percent, and collect 1,000 new or gently used K-3 books.
Dr. Xu Zongxue will speak at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, in 2119 Wood Hall on "Water Issues Under Climate Change: Opportunities and Challenges in China."
The WMU Staff Engagement Survey launched this week by the Administrative Professional Association and Professional Support Staff Organization will be open until Oct. 31.
Noel Corwin, the chef and owner behind Kalamazoo's Gorilla Gourmet food truck, will speak Friday, Oct. 20, as part of the Haworth College of Business Entrepreneurship Forum.
Carol Zoref's "Barren Island," published by WMU's New Issues Poetry & Prose, has made the longlist of books being considered for the National Book Award for Fiction.
Issues surrounding immigration, hospitality and being a good neighbor will be brought to light in a panel discussion by editors and contributors of the new anthology "Immigration and Justice for Our Neighbors."
Leading scientists and treatment practitioners in the field of autism will share their expertise at the fifth annual Michigan Autism Conference Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 11-13, at the Radisson.
Rita "Claire" Callan, associate professor emerita of occupational therapy, died Sept. 18 at age 87. Services have taken place.
Broaden your understanding of Chinese culture by attending WMU's fourth annual China Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, in the Student Recreation Center