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Refusing to let past adversities define her, Dr. Leigh Ford leads WMU's School of Communication with innovation and passion. Listen to hear more about her story and how the School of Communication is aiding in the overall success of the University.MyWMU による
Listen to Dr. Mary Stark and Austin Seavolt describe how a recent $2 million grant aimed at boosting diversity, Empowering Nursing Students for Success, is helping nursing students graduate from WMU's School of Nursing.MyWMU による
Chapter President of Refugee Outreach Collective and transfer student, Nathan Browning is committed to fighting for human rights and making both WMU and Greater Kalamazoo a safe haven for all types of people.MyWMU による
From studying media literacy in California to helping orchestrate food-marketing conferences, student Samantha McGrath is learning how to cater to consumers through the Lee Honors College and Haworth College of Business.MyWMU による
Gail Foldenauer and Calvin Miller are two of the first faces new students see when they come to WMU as employees of the Office of Student Transitions. Listen to how they are creating Bronco Pride, from academics to social life.MyWMU による
Russ Kavalhuna chats with Tim about his journey to WMU, his decision to attend law school or to be a pilot, how the College is operated like an airline, and why he eventually chose higher education over piloting.MyWMU による
Listen to Kalamazoo native and WMU Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Kathy Beauregard, discuss her storied career at WMU; how WMU garnered $84 million in free media exposure during the 2016 football season, and what that money does for WMU.MyWMU による
Recorded at WMUK studios, Tim interviews Chris Praedel, Associate Director of Engagement for the WMU Office of Development and Alumni Relations, who went from being a paperboy on the city’s north eastern side to breaking a Guinness World Record on campus.MyWMU による
Past President of the WMU Alumni Association, Jennifer Lentner explores her path from graduate to involved alumna, why she believes other alumni should be active with their alma mater, and the advice she would give to her 19-year-old self.MyWMU による
Sime Curkovic discusses how teaching students to cut the bottom line by making processes and manufacturing better, faster, and cheaper helped the WMU Integrated Supply Chain Management program become one of the best in the nation.MyWMU による
Lifelong Bronco and WMU Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Martha Warfield, shares her 50-year experience on campus, the progress made in diversity, the current climate, and the work that still needs to be done to make WMU the best we can be.MyWMU による
Listen to the most memorable moments of Bronco Athletics glory according to Voice of the Broncos, Robin Hook, and how WMU Volleyball in the 80s offered an opportunity in sports broadcasting that led to a 30+ year ride of WMU wins and championships.MyWMU による
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