This Week

Announcements

Alpha Lambda Delta Wins Award!
To recognize strong leadership and dedication to the WMU campus community, Lee Honors College chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta was selected as a winner of the Bronco Spotlight as the RSO Most Committed to Service for November!

WMU Advisor Wins Advisor of the Month!
Anthony Helms of the Lee Honors College was selected as RSO Advisor of the Month for November! Way to go Anthony!

Vote for Best Learning Intervention Project!
A group of Lee Honors College students has submitted a proposal to create a support network for local middle school students. The project will move forward ONLY IF IT IS AMONG THE TOP 12 VOTERS! Click here to watch the proposal video and vote. You can vote once every 24 hours between now and Dec. 12!

NEW FOR SPRING 2015!

Raise Your Voice!
Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, 5:30 and 8 p.m. Alamo Drafthouse
Lee Honors College is sponsoring and organizing a series for WMU students and Kalamazoo community members who are interested in actively working to end hostility and violence against women. This is a lecture series that will take place spring and fall 2015, and will kick off with a documentary at Alamo Drafthouse. Follow the lead of nationally known artists, activists, writers and scholars in exploring the roots of the problem, challenging the status quo and inspiring others to take action. Contact Fareed Shalhout at honr-grad2@wmich.edu for more information.

Lyceum Lecture Series Spring 2015: Sustainable Energy Future
Wednesdays, spring semester 2015 (noon to 1 p.m. in the LHC Lounge)
The current Lyceum Lecture Series, “Sustainable Energy Future,” focuses on renewable sources of energy. Faculty and staff from various programs across campus will discuss challenges and opportunities of shifting away from fossil fuels to a more sustainable system of energy. The first lecture, Historical Context of Energy Resources, Energy Demand & the Need for Alternatives, by Dr. Lynne Heasley, will take place Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. Brown bag lunches are welcome.

Mix It Up!
Mix It Up programs take place every Thursday evening (usually at 7 p.m.) and include parties, movie nights, special guests, thesis workshops, research assistance and more! Plan to keep Thursday nights free and make Mix it Up part of your weekly routine. The first spring 2015 Mix it Up will be a welcome back party on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015