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Three Long-Time CBE Faculty Members to Retire at the End of Spring Quarter

  • Wendy Wilhelm will retire at the end of the school year; she has taught at Western for more than 30 years.
    Wendy Wilhelm will retire at the end of the school year; she has taught at Western for more than 30 years.
  • Steven Globerman came to Western as the Ross Professor of Canada-U.S. Business and Economic Relations in 1994, and will retire at the end of the school year.
    Steven Globerman came to Western as the Ross Professor of Canada-U.S. Business and Economic Relations in 1994, and will retire at the end of the school year.

Three Western faculty members, Wendy Wilhelm, Glenn McEvoy and Steven Globerman, will retire from the College of Business and Economics at the end of spring quarter after a combined 61 years of service at Western.

After more than 30 years at Western, Professor Wendy Wilhelm has been described as a mentor, principle scholar and the moral compass of the Department of Finance and Marketing. Her dedication to students has made a big difference in their lives and has left an indelible mark on the program. 

Assistant Professor of Management Glenn McEvoy has been teaching at Western since 2010 in various capacities. Before joining Western, he had a long and distinguished career at Utah State University. After teaching some summer classes for Western, he fell in love with Bellingham and decided to make the move. He is described by his peers as a wonderful colleague who is always willing to help. He has a genuine care for his students and although he has only been at Western for eight years, his impact can be felt throughout the CBE.

Professor Steven Globerman came to Western as the Ross Professor of Canada-U.S. Business and Economic Relations in 1994. While at Western, he has also served as the Kaiser Professor of International Business and as Director of the Center for International Business. He has held tenured appointments at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia and at York University, Faculty of Administrative Studies, in Toronto. He has published over 150 articles and monographs dealing with a wide range of public and private sector policy issues and a textbook on international business management.

There will be a CBE Retirement Celebration at 4 p.m.Wednesday, May 23 in Parks Hall 441. The event will include appetizers, beer and wine.

 For more information about the retirement celebration or the CBE visit https://cbe.wwu.edu/ or call (360) 650-4583.

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