A Celebration of Life
In late April, members of the Kalamazoo Community gathered to remember a WMU alumna. Anastasia Schauer's (BSN '09, Nursing)
A Therapist and Novelist
Catherine Richmond is an Occupational Therapist, and a published novelist. She began writing her first book in 1991, and is currently working on her third. Her first novel was published after she won a contest with Thomas Nelson, a Christian books publisher. 'Spring for Susannah'
Raymond Enbody had a rare treat earlier in October when he earned a special lunch with WMU Presdient, Dr. John M. Dunn
Alumni of Distinction
During Homecoming weekend, many alumni were honored by their respective colleges, but two alumni were honored with the
Holistic Health Turns 30
The Holistic Health Care Program at WMU was one of the first programs of its kind in the nation—established in 1982. Since then the
SpeechHero is an iPad app that allows children with Autism, Down syndrome, or Asperger syndrome to communicate more effectively. The alternative, augmented communication devices, are often thousands of dollar—or more—and require special training or certification. As a student at WMU, Aynna Lloyd
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
Match 4 Manikins
On the third floor of the College of Health and Human Services, you'll find the labs where nursing students practice clinical skills and
AMBUC of the Year
Dr. Fred Sammons, long-time friend and supporter of the Department of Occupational Therapy at WMU has been honored
An Exemplary Foundation
William Carls, a German immigrant who made his fortune in the booming Detroit industrial scene of the early 20th century
In 2006, Rachel Eagly had a beautiful baby boy, a good job, and no intention of writing a children’s story. However, one incident changed
Dr. Richard G. Long studies roadway and intersection design in relation to the orientation and mobility of persons with blindness and low vision
CHHS Ranks Among the Best
"These distinctive rankings reflect an exceptional educational experience for students and outstanding contributions to the health and human services professions. The CHHS family can take pride in these accomplishments as we move toward a future of transformational teaching, research, and service"
Caring for Thousands
A WMU student travels to Southern Sudan, an area with 75,000 people and virtually no medical resources, on his own funds, and stays for two months out of the year to work as a public health educator. He meets with small groups of villagers under a tree or hut to teach them better health practices and provide simple health care.
'Colors of Life' on Display
Susan Teague (’76) received her bachelor’s degree in art from WMU—but the professional artist’s work is currently on display at the College of Health and Human Services. Colors of Life can be viewed in the second floor art gallery now through March 12.
The First of Its Kind
The first open-access, online journal in the Occupational Therapy profession has been introduced by the WMU Department of Occupational Therapy.
WMU Claims a Monumental Gift
Speech & Audiology Turns 75!
Bronco Honored by Redbook Magazine
Oprah's Favorite Guest Of All-Time a Bronco!
Another Bronco goes Pro
Helping Others See with Unique Degree from WMU
Broncos Competing In "Gift of Life"
A Bronco Alum—Serving the Grand Rapids Community