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Western Express March 16, 2018


Western Express March 16, 2018


Western Michigan University news highlights and alumni in the news for March 9 – 15, 2018. This week’s campus photo features the Dalton Center, which houses the School of Music and the Department of Dance. Learn more here.  


WMU News

WMU public safety named No. 3 in nation for safety initiatives. Read more.

WMUK honored for broadcasting excellence at statewide event. Read more.


Bronco Athletics News

A Look Back on the 2017-18 Women’s Basketball Season. Read more.

Competition Builds in Spring Football Practice. Read more.


Alumni in the News

Mary Hoodhood (M.S.W.’97, Social Work) & Tamara Rosier (Ph.D.’04). “The 50 Most Influential Women in West Michigan – 2018”. Read more

Nicholas A. McMarlin (B.S.’17, University Studies). 5 Northern Michigan Restaurants Serving Comfort Food to Fend Off the March Chill. Read more.

Rida Assaf (M.S.’14, Computer Science). Computer Whizz Gone International. Read more.

Kristin Mecklenburg (M.A.’96, Counseling Psychology). Lunch and Learn with the Mental Health Foundation. Read more.

Sandra Lealofi (B.S.’99, Occupational Therapy). Lakeside for Children names Sandra ‘Sam’ Lealofi as new CEO. Read more

Martha Momany (B.S.’85, Applied Liberal Studies; M.A.’92, Reading). Martha Momany joins RESA board. Read more

Maureen Whalen (B.B.A.’87, Finance). Maureen Whalen Named Deputy Comptroller for External Governance and the Ombudsman Office. Read more.