John Dunn

WMUK News
2:03 pm
Wed March 19, 2014

WMU Approves Dunn Salary Increase

WMU President John Dunn at a special meeting of the board of trustees.
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Western Michigan University’s trustees have approved an increase to President John Dunn’s salary. It will rise to $373, 400 a year.

That’s two and a half percent more than he earned previously.

Other university employees in Dunn’s salary group got a raise at the same rate. Dunn says he plans to donate all income over his starting salary of $345,000 to programs at the university, as he has previously.

 

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WMU Future
7:35 am
Wed January 8, 2014

WestSouthwest: Western Michigan University President John Dunn expects major developments in 2014

Western Michigan University's new medical school
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WestSouthwest with John Dunn

Western Michigan University President John Dunn sat down with WMUK's Gordon Evans Kalamazoo Gazette reporter Yvonne Zipp for the first time in the new year. 

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7:07 am
Mon December 23, 2013

Dunn, other higher education leaders say state needs to make greater investment

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Western Michigan University President John Dunn was part of round table discussion of higher education leaders
Politicians and economic developers in Michigan want to make sure that the state has an educated workforce, but the leaders of universities in West Michigan said they are not getting the financial support they need to make this a reality.
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John Dunn
5:29 pm
Thu December 5, 2013

WMU President John Dunn gets high marks from board

John Dunn - file photo
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Western Michigan University’s Board of Trustees has given President John Dunn a vote of confidence. 

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WMU East Campus
12:09 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

WMU Alumni Association approves $1-million for new alumni center

WMU East Hall - file photo
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The Board of Directors of Western Michigan University's Alumni Association has approved $1-million toward the cost of renovating East Hall into an alumni center. 

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