11-12: Advancement and Alumni Development

 

The Western Wednesday coffee booth will be tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 20, in front of Carver Gym, serving The Woods Coffee from 9-11 a.m. There will be free goodies for faculty and staff wearing their Western gear.  Come in your gear and get free coffee and goodies!

A group of educational institutions and nonprofit organizations will host a two-part seminar series covering estate planning.

The free series will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 30, and Wednesday, Feb. 6, at the Squalicum Boathouse, 2600 Harbor Loop
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Check out the WWU Alumni Association's video of highlights from the 2011-12 year.

 

Western Washington University’s new public relations scholarship exceeded its goal of $20,000 just 14 months after it was established in February 2011.  It is the university’s Journalism Department’s first public relations (PR) scholarship since the PR…

Whatcom County has lost a local historian who also promoted the arts, campaigned for peace and described himself, likely tongue-in-cheek, as "a bit of a troublemaker."

Richard "Dick" Clark died May 26, 2012, at the age of 82. At his request, no services are planned.…

Mercer Island resident Scott Harrington and his family donated $1 million to Western Washington University to help build a new athletic field on campus.

The project will help fund a fully lighted and fenced artificial turf field, regulation size for soccer and will become the new home of…

Western Washington University’s Third Annual Back2Bellingham reunion weekend May 18–20 was the most successful to-date, drawing nearly 7,000 people to campus and exceeding university expectations with sold-out shows and events Thursday through Sunday.

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A $1 million gift from a Western Washington University alumnus and his family's foundation will help build an athletic field that will be the new home for Western's NCAA Division II men's and women's soccer teams.

The total price tag for the project is $4.6 million,…

A $1 million gift from Western Washington University alumnus Scott Harrington and his family has helped begin the process of building a modern new multipurpose athletic field at WWU. This project will create a fully lighted and fenced artificial turf play field that is sized for regulation…

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