Western Michigan University news highlights and alumni in the news for April 27 – May 3, 2018. This week’s campus photo features students on campus near the Dalton Center.
World’s medievalists set to flock to Kalamazoo for annual congress. Read more.
WMU and KCC announce major transfer agreement. Read more.
Bronco Athletics News
Men’s Tennis Claims 2018 MAC Championship. Read more.
WMU (Softball) Defeats No. 14 Michigan for Second Win Over Top 25 Team This Season. Read more.
Volleyball Announces 2018 Schedule. Read more.
Alumni in the News
Christopher Aguinaga (B.A.’05; History; M.A.’10, Educational Leadership). Loy Norrix High School dean of students promoted to principal. Read more.
Joshua Nowicki (B.A.’01; M.A.’04, Anthropology). Medal of Honor winner to be parade grand marshal. Read more.
Peter Muszkiewicz (B.M.’09, Music Therapy). How Mary Free Bed’s music therapist helps with healing. Read more.
NFL Drafts four Broncos this year. Read more.
Bill Powell (B.S.’59, Physical Education; M.A.’64). Former swim coach swims 81 laps on 81st birthday. Read more.
Jonathan Koch (B.B.A’96, Finance; MBA’98) has been named senior vice president and chief executive officer of the Global Dental Group at Henry Schein. Read more.
Ronald Moag (M.A.’92, Educational Leadership). Superintendent chosen at Three Rivers Community Schools. Read more.
Pamela Jenkins (B.S.W.’13; M.S.W.’17). Empowering Women in Edison: Two women who help others find their own strengths. Read more.