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Giving Back: Barb DeMoor

“I like to say I was born with three gifts: a good brain, a kind heart, and good parents. And then God said, ‘that’s it, go figure out what you can do with it because you’re not getting anything else.” Since graduating from WMU in 1978, Barb DeMoor (B.A. Religion)

A Difference Made

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In 1936 Charles Van Riper joined the Western State Normal School faculty to found and head its Speech Pathology clinic and serve as the first department chair. During his career he became internationally known as the pioneer in the development of speech pathology. He worked with thousands of stutterers, did

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WMU

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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WMU provides intellectual and cultural learning experiences for mature adults in an informal and stimulating environment. People with diverse backgrounds come together to share interests and/or to delve into new areas of exploration. Academy classes and activities are developed by its members with the