- Students bring the past to life: Hundreds of young history buffs once again descended on Western Michigan University's campus for the annual History Day District 6 Competition March 3.
- A group of WMU students led by philosophy professor Dr. Fritz Allhoff recently helped rural Alaskans do their taxes. This was the fourth year Allhoff has led a tax-assistance delegation to remote villages in western Alaska.
- Dr. Jennifer Machiorlatti, professor of communication, is the co-producer of a film chosen for this year's Grand Rapids Film Festival that took place April 13-15.
- Economics, an analyst and the FBI: Since earning her bachelor's degree in economics, Emily Hawrysz '09 has worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation supporting its transnational organized crime program.
- Four WMU students, including physics major Andy Sylvain Hobelsberger, have been named University Innovation Fellows by Stanford University's Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.
- Through her research project, "The Politics of Memory," public history major Suzanne Grimmer is discovering how nations with contentious pasts shape their cultural legacy.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
College of Arts and Sciences, "arts & sciences enews: Spring 2018" (2018). College of Arts and Sciences news. 59.