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Managing success: one category and student at a time March 28, 2022 WMU Haworth is now offering a category management training and certification program for students and professionals in the consumer packaged goods industry. Business Broncos take first place in ACG Cup competition March 23, 2022 Four Western Michigan University students recently placed first for the undergraduate title at the Association for Corporate Growth Cup, winning a $6,000 cash prize. This is the first time WMU has won the competition at the undergraduate level. WSA, GSA look to break down stigma, highlight resources with Mental Health Week March 23, 2022 Broncos lift each other up. That's the message from the Western Student Association and Graduate Student Association as they partner for Mental Health Week, with runs Monday, April 4, through Friday, April 8. Focusing on the basics with aerospace engineer Adam Houtman March 20, 2022 "Brilliance is in the basics" for aerospace engineer Adam Houtman, B.S. '13, who launched his career in the WMU College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and attributes his success to focusing on the basics, something his WMU professors instilled in him. "Dr. G., like many other WMU professors, embraces mentoring as much as teaching a subject and no engineer can get far without good mentors!" Professor, institute director Perryman-Clark leads national convention March 17, 2022 Driving discussion about the future of college writing and instruction, Dr. Staci Perryman-Clark chaired the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Annual Convention. Trustees approve new parcel sales in BTR Park North March 17, 2022 Five acres now remain available for development at BTR Park North, which was honored earlier this month as a sustainable land use project. Western Weekend RSO Fair: Find new friends, win prizes March 16, 2022 The RSO Fair is a drop-in event from noon to 3 p.m. on April 2 at Sangren Hall connecting students to WMU student organizations, intramural sports and Greek life chapters. Created by WSA and CAB, it gives Broncos a chance to find a new interest, connect with other students and immerse themselves in the campus community. There will also be a prize drawing for both students and organizations. WMU board considers parcel sales in BTR Park North, welcomes new trustee March 15, 2022 Trustees will welcome Jon Hoadley as their newest member and review the sale of two Business Technology and Research Park North parcels.  A personnel report is included with other action items on the agenda. Western team works to increase gender, racial diversity in higher ed STEM fields March 15, 2022 Work to diversify representation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) faculty is moving forward at Western Michigan University. Fueled by a nearly $1 million National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant, a team at Western is partnering with researchers at Iowa State University, North Dakota State University and Michigan Technological University to create programming aimed at increasing the participation of women, and particularly women of color, in STEM. We Talk and Fetzer Institute partner to ease political divisiveness March 14, 2022 The first initiative of the partnership will be bringing Dave Isay, founder of StoryCorps, an ongoing national oral history project, and its One Small Step initiative to Kalamazoo on Monday and Tuesday, March 28 and 29. Isay will speak about this work at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Fetzer Center’s Kirsch Auditorium. The event is open to the public, and free parking is available in the Fetzer Center lot. Princeton Review names WMU a ‘best business school’ for an MBA March 14, 2022 Western Michigan University's Haworth College of Business is once again on Princeton Review's list of best business schools. WMU Haworth has consistently appeared on the Princeton Review’s list of best business schools for more than a decade. Walker Institute facilitates community book read, discussions about ending gun violence March 11, 2022 Groups led by community leaders will read the book "Bleeding Out: The Devastating Consequences of Urban Violence—And a Bold New plan for Peace in the Streets" by Thomas Abt. Western's Cold Case Program helps police net arrest in decades-old murder March 10, 2022 Just shy of 35 years after a woman was found murdered in her home in Niles, Michigan, police arrest a suspect. It's a case students in Western Michigan University's Cold Case Program helped breathe new life into after decades of dead ends. WMU new economic development park honored for cleanup, sustainable use of land March 10, 2022 A recipient of the U.S. Green Building Council of West Michigan's (USGBC-WM) Innovative Project Award, Western was set to be honored during a ceremony at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, in Grand Rapids as one of the projects that "break the mold of standard building construction, design and operations," according to the regional chapter. 'Sweet Magnolias' star shares how she planted seeds of success at Western March 9, 2022 Brooke Elliott continues to take on new challenges in front of and behind the camera. The 1998 alumna is looking back at where it all begin, sharing how Western helped launch her career. New student center highlights diversity and inclusion March 7, 2022 The new student center will include space that is centered on student inclusion and engagement, featuring a Mosaic Affinity Space as well as a "voices wall." WMU offers workshop on leadership in a technical world March 3, 2022 Western Michigan University will offer leadership training on April 1 and 2 from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at WMU’s Grand Rapids location. Registration is ongoing until March 30; the total fee is $400. The seminar is titled "Leadership in a Technical World" and is led by Dr. Timothy Greene, former provost and dean at WMU.  Broncos enjoy spring recess, some campus services on reduced hours March 1, 2022 Some campus services at Western Michigan University will be on reduced hours during spring recess, which begins Monday, March 7, and continues through Friday, March 11. Western community stands in support of Ukraine March 1, 2022 Western Michigan University is standing in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and those impacted as Russian troops invade and launch attacks in the country. The Western Student Association, in partnership with the Haenicke Institute for Global Education, held a moment of silence at the Campus Flagpoles Tuesday to reflect on the crisis and show support for those impacted. HomeEvents Archive News Links Contact Us Facebook WMU NewsWestern Michigan UniversityKalamazoo MI 49008-5433 USA(269) 387-8400 Audiences Alumni and Donors Businesses Veterans Locations Kalamazoo Regional Locations Online Education Stryker School of Medicine Services Accessibility Campus Safety Information and Resources Human Resources Maps Parking Western Michigan UniversityKalamazoo MI 49008-5200 USA(269) 387-1000Contact WMUWMU Notice of Non-DiscriminationLand Acknowledgment Statement© 2024 All rights reserved.

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