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Sept. 30, 1999, Kalamazoo MI USA

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September 1999 WMU News Archive
Stories are listed in descending order by release date, beginning with the most recent. Click on the headline for the full story.

Jeremy elected president of national alumni organization (Sept. 30) WMU alumni director leads Council of Alumni Association Executives.

Southwest Michigan familiar territory for new regional center director (Sept. 30) Benton Harbor native Leonard Seawood.

WMU offers business development services through new office (Sept. 30) Haworth College provides "one-stop shopping" of services for local businesses.

Small business record keeping tips (Sept. 30) Women's Business Development Center workshop, Oct. 7.

William A. Schreiber (Sept. 30) Emeritus in engineering and technology died Sept. 27.

Capacity crowd expected as 'The Rivalry' continues (Sept. 29) Southwest Fest precedes 71st football clash in WMU-CMU rivalry.

Pope named MAC volleyball offensive player of the week (Sept. 28) Broncos take back-to-back player of the week honors.

FBI agent to speak on 'Violence in the Schools' Oct. 5 (Sept. 28) Free, public presentation at WMU Fetzer Center.

Safe on Campus group schedules fall orientation sessions (Sept. 28) Allies for lesbian, gay and bisexual students.

Specialist to speak on Chinese and Japanese life insurance markets (Sept. 28) Kicks off Global Business Lecture Series, Sept. 30.

Sociology group to explore tattoos in day-long campus seminar (Sept. 28) Saturday, Oct. 2.

Student volunteers to patrol neighborhoods near campus Oct. 2 (Sept. 28) Help maintain order after the football game with CMU.

Religion scholar to explore messianic movements in campus lecture (Sept. 28) Expert on Jewish messianic movements speaks Oct. 7.

Volleyball Broncos 2-0 in MAC with huge wins at home (Sept. 26) First win over Ball State since 1991.

Football Broncos win tough MAC opener at NIU (Sept. 26) Brad Selent kicks winning field goal as time expires.

CLIK program makes research a snap for health professionals (Sept. 23) New program coordinated by Occupational Therapy.

Prominent journalist keynote speaker for Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 23) Juan Gonzalez, New York Daily News, speaks Oct. 8.

College of Aviation opens doors for public tours Oct. 9 (Sept. 23) Open house and tours at Battle Creek's Kellogg Airport.

Chinese scholars present views on water resources, agriculture (Sept. 23) Visiting scholars from China speak Oct. 6 and 8.

Whitfield is MAC volleyball offensive player of the week (Sept. 22) Comstock, Mich., senior outside hitter recognized.

Women's soccer, 4-1, rolls into MAC schedule (Sept. 22) Marshall and Ohio come to Kalamazoo, Sept. 25-27.

Football Broncos set sights on MAC opener (Sept. 22) Play at Northern Illinois Saturday night.

Pritchard to head search for new provost (Sept. 16) Committee chairs for dean searches announced.

Freshman enrollment soars by 18 percent (Sept. 16) Class of 4,426 is 668 more than previous record.

Grants to help ease plight of grandparents, children in Kent County (Sept. 16) Family and Consumer Sciences assists Kent County program.

Faculty Senate considers sweeping reforms to group's structure, operations (Sept. 16) To revitalize and strengthen senate's role in shared governance.

Michigan State highlights big volleyball weekend (Sept. 16) WMU hosts MSU, DePaul, Loyola, Niagara at Ameritech Invitational.

Career expo, slide show and symposium highlight first Black Alumni Reunion (Sept. 15) Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 23-25.

Former congressman Howard Wolpe to lecture on campus (Sept. 15) "The United States and Africa: After the Cold War," Sept. 24.

CMS Energy chief to speak at WMU Sept. 21 (Sept. 15) Launches this year's Haworth College Distinguished Speaker Series.

WMU names new vice president for information technology (Sept. 13) University of Arizona's Viji Murali starts at WMU Nov. 1.

Volleyball Broncos sweep SpikeTacular tournament (Sept. 11) Win SpikeTacular for first time since 1996, improve record to 5-2.

Football Broncos win season home opener before record crowd (Sept. 11) Win 46-28 in front of 35,874 CommUniverCity fans.

Southeast Michigan alumni to boost Broncos Oct. 9 (Sept. 10) Gather for a tent party, dinner prior to football game vs EMU.

Award-winning poet Kleinzahler to present reading (Sept. 10) Wednesday, Sept. 15, in Knauss Hall

August doctoral recipients announced (Sept. 10) List of eight Ph.D. recipients.

Virtual instrumentation is seminar topic (Sept. 8) Register online for "Computer-Based Tools for Scientists and Engineers" Sept. 14.

UCS expands services aimed at those teaching with technology (Sept. 8) Services include development of graphics, animations, Web sites.

Polish defense ministry award goes to Targowski (Sept. 8) WMU professor of business information systems honored.

Leneway gets lifetime achievement award (Sept. 8) Principal researcher in the WMU Merze Tate Center recognized.

Progress made after fall of Berlin Wall focus of lecture series (Sept. 7) Russian and Eastern European society is focus of a public lecture series.

Children's ethical thoughts on nature topic of lecture at WMU (Sept. 7) Dr. Patricia Nevers, University of Hamburg, speaks Sept. 21.

Community kickoff set for citizenship program (Sept. 7) "Citizenship Education" kickoff at Northeastern Elementary, Sept. 13.

Volleyball Broncos even record with win over Iowa (Sept. 5) Broncos rebound from losses to top-10 ranked Nebraska and Florida.

Bronco air attack impressive in football loss at Florida (Sept. 4) QB Lester passes for 405 yds, two TDs in 55-26 loss.

Volleyball Broncos fall to top-10 ranked Nebraska and Florida (Sept. 4) Seniors Whitfield, Morin lead Broncos.

Presentation on disgust and the law will kick off ethics series (Sept. 2) University of Chicago legal scholar to speak Sept. 16.

WMU official named one of nation's top-10 businesswomen for 1999 (Sept. 2) Marilyn Kritzman to be recognized in October at national convention.

Economics of health care is focus of annual lecture series (Sept. 2) First lecture in series is Sept. 15.

Expert on problem children to conduct October workshops in Novi (Sept. 2) Registration deadline is Sept. 27.

Football Broncos to face Michigan, host Virginia Tech in future seasons (Sept. 1) Future opponents also include Michigan State, Illinois, Wisconsin.

Volleyball Broncos face #3-ranked Nebraska, #8-ranked Florida (Sept. 1) Four-match Florida trip also includes Jacksonville and Iowa.

Men's soccer has three matches opening week (Sept. 1) Cleveland State, UW-Green Bay, Eastern Illinois are first opponents.

Women's soccer opens season at Cyclone Classic (Sept. 1) Iowa State and Loyola-Chicago are first contests for 1999.

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