WMU welcomes an alumnus back to campus— Christopher Tremblay has been named WMU's associate provost for enrollment
Campus Examines Climate Change
"This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about a topic that has an ever-increasing influence on every aspect of our daily lives," says Dr. Carla Koretsky, associate dean of the Lee Honors College and professor of geosciences and environmental studies. Beginning in January, WMU will feature a series of multidisciplinary
Technology All Star
Tonya Noble (BS '96, Electrical Engineering) is an Senior Engineering Manager at Boeing's Defense Services, and her accomplishments in this position recently put her in the spotlight. The Lee Honors College Graduate and Alumni Association Board Member received the Technology All-Star Award
Alumni of Distinction
During Homecoming weekend, many alumni were honored by their respective colleges, but two alumni were honored with the
A Global Gathering
In late September, the Fetzer Institute hosted an international event in Assisi, Italy—The Global Gathering— which brought together over 500 thought leaders and Advisory Council Members from around the world. The purpose of the gathering was to address compelling questions related to the power of love and forgiveness in the world
Maintaining the Torch
WMU's chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, the national honor society, has received the prestigious Maintaining the Flame Award in recognition of the 2011-12 academic year
A State of the Art Facility
WMU's newly expanded and renovated Lee Honors College welcomed students back to campus, just in time for the College's 50th Anniversary
Experience & Exposure
The Lee Honors College has established a set of new "courses" revolving around a simple concept—student learning through exposure and experience. The Study in the States program offers students in the LHC the opportunity to experience a set of diverse activities for the cost of a three credit-hour course
Attorney General Bill Schuette announced the Attorney General's Solicitor General Office received the National Association of
The Laureate is a literary journal for undergraduates of all majors at Western Michigan University, sponsored by the Lee Honors College, and
Notable Science Grads Return
"This event is meant to show current students, whether in high school or college, how our graduates have overcome hurdles to get to where they are," Dr. Huffman, associate professor of chemistry, says. "It is a way to inspire them and motivate them to press on and help them
The collection of senior theses in the Lee Honors College at WMU contains more than 2,400 student papers. The time-honored tradition provides honors students the opportunity to demonstrate...
Hundreds of Students Honored
In February, the Induction Ceremony for Alpha Lambda Delta, The Freshman National Honor Society, was held. This year, a remarkable 801 first-year students at Western Michigan University were eligible for induction.
LHC Construction Update
The Lee Honors College is in the middle of expanding and upgrading to a state-of-the-art facility that will better serve some of WMU’s brightest and best students.
U.S. Supreme Court Appearances
Not Passing this 'Torch'!
Silicon Valley to Solar Energy
Federal Judge, WMU Roots
The Brightest and the Best