Top News of 2018

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Six to be feted as top staffers for spring 2018

Laura Cornish, Katie DeCamp, Brenda Hamlyn, Bette Ludwig, Jeff Stone and Janice VandeVusse will be recognized during a reception at 2 p.m. Monday, April 16, in 157 Bernhard Center.

Headshot of Dr. Andrea Beach.

Veteran educator, prolific researcher named ACE Fellow

Dr. Andrea Beach joins just 44 other educators who will spend 2018-19 working at another institution through the prestigious American Council on Education Fellows Program, which helps develop senior leaders in higher education.

WMU sales and business marketing students Marissa Bruno, Stacy Zoeller and Ryan Demas.

WMU sales students win team gold and individual honors

First-year student Ryan Demas and junior Stacy Zoeller represented WMU in the University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition, coached by senior Marissa Bruno and Associate Professor of Marketing Dr. Kelley O'Reilly.

Two WMed students work on a patient simulator.

WMU medical school granted full accreditation

In the final step of a journey that began some seven years ago, the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine has been granted full accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.

WMU emerita Wendy Cornish standing at a table with Great Works awards and displays.

Dance emerita honored for advocacy

Wendy Cornish, WMU professor emerita of dance, is the recipient of this year's Partners in Dance Community Dance Advocacy Award.

Big data, abstract illustration.

WMU Department of Statistics becomes NISS affiliate

The program brings together statistical and data science professionals from all sectors, including academia, industry, and governmental and national labs, to support research, networking and more.

Aerial shot of WMU's Business Technology and Research Park.

WMU trustees approve naming BTR road for the late Robert Jones

Robert Jones Way will be the name of the loop road scheduled to be developed as part of the BTR Park 2.0. The new 55-acre development is adjacent to the original BTR Park near the intersection of Drake Road and Parkview Avenue.