Night of the Research Paper
Wednesday, November 5, 4 – 9 p.m. Waldo Library
Get help with your research paper! Come to Night of the Research Paper at Waldo Library to get help from the pros on everything from narrowing a topic to organizing your written material. Don’t forget to bring a hard copy of your assignment! Click here, call (269)-387-5178 or see below for details.
Kalamazoo Islamic Center Tour
Thursday, November 6, 10 a.m. Kalamazoo Islamic Center
Come meet at the Waldo Library and walk to the Kalamazoo Islamic Center to hear an imam speak, participate in a question and answer session and enjoy snacks! Contact Dr. Alisa Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909)-440-4323 for more information.
Reading by WMU Veterans
Tuesday, November 11, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Honors College lounge
Come listen to short narratives regarding the military experience, read aloud by WMU Military Veterans. See below for details.
Call for Papers
Want to present your work at a prestigious research conference? Abstracts for the 2015 conference for The Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters are now being accepted. The submission deadline is December 3, 2014. Click here to learn more about the conference, or click here to submit your abstract.
Performance by Theater Faculty Member
November 6, 7 and 8, 7:30 p.m. Gilmore Theater Complex, York Arena.
Come check out a performance by WMU faculty member Dwandra Lampkin! Make reservations by calling (269)-377-6222. See below for details. Lee Honors College has tickets for LHC students available at the front desk for all three performances.
The WMU Office for Sustainability is renting out bikes for the semester. Since it is already underway, the price for this semester is less than what is listed. Click on the picture below if you’re interested!
Real Talk Diversity Series
Throughout the fall semester discussions and presentations will take place on issues relating to race, gender and sexual orientation. Click here for details.
Your literary work can be published! Brainchild is highly recognized journal and is seeking submissions from honors college students beginning September 15. Click here for details.
Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series
Thursday, November 6 at 5 p.m. Richmond Center for Visual Art.
The Richmond Center is staging a series of lectures in conjunction with its exhibition schedule in support of the thematic approach to its calendar of events. Presentations, gallery talks and workshops are being facilitated by artists from across the country. In the next exhibition the work of Molly Schoenhoff will be showcased. Schoenhoff is an artist, graphic designer and design educator with particular interests in regenerative culture, visual poetics, typography, design history and cultural studies. She graduated from University of Cincinnati and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from Rhode Island School of Design. She resides in Athens, Ohio, where she teaches graphic design, bookmaking and letterpress printing and graduate studies at Ohio University.
Haworth College of Business Mercantile Bank Breakfast Speaker Series
Friday, November 21, 2150, Schneider Hall.
Come eat breakfast and listen to speakers discuss topics such as end of life care, Black Friday shopping and business technology. Bob Miller, WMU associate vice president for community outreach, will present an update on the Business Technology and Research Park. For more information or to register contact the Haworth College of Business at (269)-387-6059 or click here.