Are you ready to get involved? Here’s what’s happening around campus this fall. Check back often – we’ll update as new events are announced.
Theatre for Community Health:
Join the Theatre for Community Health, become a peer educator and make a difference on campus! Theatre for Community Health is an exciting way to communicate health and wellness messages across the Western Michigan University campus. Since 1991, Theatre for Community Health has produced peer education outreach productions that tour WMU classrooms, residence halls and nearby campuses. Themes for the productions include discussion of sex and healthy relationships, the college alcohol culture, and diversity issues.
Participants must be available for peer education training Sept. 23 and 24. To learn more, contact Dr. Christine Iaderosa at email@example.com or 387-3126.
Sindecuse Health Center Group Counseling Services:
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts:
China Festival at WMU:
Save the Date – Ron Numbers – “Some Things We’ve Learned about Science through Its History”:
WMU Ethics Bowl:
The Western Michigan University Center for the Study of Ethics in Society is recruiting students to compete in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. For more information, contact the team’s faculty sponsor, Dr. Sandra Borden, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.wmich.edu/news/2016/08/34354.