Western Michigan University news highlights and alumni in the news for June 8 – 14, 2018. This week’s campus photo features Fountain Plaza outside of Miller Auditorium after one of April’s commencement ceremonies. On Saturday, June 23, some 1,300 Broncos will receive their degrees at one of the two June Commencement Ceremonies. Congratulations!
Executive board room at medical campus named in honor of Dunns. Read more.
WMU grad and instructor, Laura Chang, is named state’s top teacher. Read more.
WMU to confer nearly 1,300 degrees during summer commencement. Read more.
Bronco Athletics News
Homecoming Kick Time Set for Noon Against EMU. Read more.
Alumni in the News
Len Amat (B.B.A.’90, Finance). Centier Bank Appoints Market President. Read more.
Elizabeth Wilkinson (’96, Education). Gov. Snyder makes initial appointments to the School Safety Task Force. Read more.
Janice Mort (M.S.’72, Library Science). Eric Eishen and Jan Wiley have been named 2018 Sturgis Citizens of the Year in Sturgis. Read more.
Rachelle Cook (B.S.’02, Elementary Education). Alanson school district names Cook new superintendent. Read more.