In August 2019, after 54 years at Western Michigan University, Prof. Siebert retired.
You can learn more by following this link and reading the article Finding Common Ground in W Magazine.
If you would like to get in contact with Prof. Emeritus Siebert, please write, call, FAX, or email him using the information below.
|Office at Western Michigan University
Moore Hall, Office 2002
1903 West Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
(269) 387-4398 (Office)
(269) 387-4389 (Department Office Associate)
(269) 387-4390 (Department FAX number)
630 Picadilly Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49006 USA
(269) 381-1935 (FAX)
E-mail : Please chose from one of the following email links that best suit your needs.
Office Hours : Prof. Siebert's regular office hours occur immediately after his morning classes.
If you cannot meet with him after class, you may contact him by way of email in order to make appointment.
Web Site Concerns : Please address all web comments, questions, and corrections to Dr. Walter Jensen
Dr. Jensen has been maintaining this web site since its inception in July 2005.
Sept. 09, 2015 - Update : Prof. Siebert is alive and well in Kalamazoo, MI and is NOT, I repeat, NOT, stuck in an airport or hotel lobby in the Philippines.
March 16, 2010 - Update : Within the month, Prof. Siebert will no longer be using his AOL email address.
March 13, 2010 - Update : This last week, an attempt was made by 419'ers to scam money from Prof. Siebert's friends.
If you have received an email from RSiebi3@aol.com (note the extra 'i' in the address), please disregard the fraudulent communication.
The fraudulent email claims that he is stuck in the United Kingdom and needs $3,800 to get back home.
This is an impossibility since Prof. Siebert never travels overseas without his friends, family, and/or grad students.
How this happen is grounded in the fact that his AOL email address book, which at last count had some 350+ addresses, was hacked and stolen by one of these 419'ers.
So, if you get an email from RSiebi3@aol.com, please forward it to
email@example.com, Western Union's Fraud Hotline at 1-800-448-1492, and/or the FBI's new
Internet Crime Complaint Center.