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The Neil L. and Leta C. Schoenhals Undergraduate Memorial Award Fund

The Schoenhals Undergraduate Memorial Award Fund shall be awarded annually to a senior graduating from the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Education and Human Development who is a full-time student pursuing a career in industrial arts. For a full description of requirements, contact the College

Help Fund a Humanoid Robot for the Communication & Social Robotics Lab

The Communication and Social Robotics Lab at Western Michigan University is one the first to study social robotics from a communication perspective. The lab conducts experiments to understand the possibilities and limitations of human-robot communication in interpersonal settings. The project is a research collaborative between faculty in the School of

Onyx Society

Onyx Society Established in 1989, the WMU Onyx Society is the alumni network for all Black graduates and friends of Western Michigan University. The Society promotes involvement and participation of its members in the areas of educational programs and events that affect Black students and alumni, advance the interests and

The Joseph R. Morris Award for Outstanding Contributions to Multicultural Counseling and Psychology

Dr. Joseph R. Morris came to WMU in 1984 as the first African American tenure track faculty member in the department. In his time in CECP, he has impacted the department in a number of ways. To pay tribute to Dr. Morris’s ongoing legacy, we invite contributions to the award

Gary Lawson Fund

Gary D. Lawson came to Western Michigan University in 1978 after studying all things sound related. During his 36 year career at WMU, Gary taught eight different courses in the fields of hearing science and clinical audiology; he wrote chapters, made conference presentations, and published conference proceedings and reviews. Dr.