11-12: International Programs

 

The Asia University America Program at Western Washington University will hold a ceremony at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27, to welcome 73 students from Tokyo's Asia University. The students will begin a five…

Kristen Parris, having pursued a variety of international programs focused on China, including a summer program bringing Chinese students to WWU and, most recently, a faculty-led summer course that took 13 students and two faculty from the Gobi Desert to the port of Shanghai, will talk about her…

Andy Bunn, an assistant professor of environmental science at Western Washington University's Huxley College of the Environment, will discuss the annual scientific research trips he takes to the Siberian arctic with Western undergrads from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, in Viking…

Western Washington University’s Center for East Asian Studies is sponsoring a pair of lectures by Harvard’s Jay Rubin that are free and open to the public on Oct. 4 and 5.

At 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4, in SMATE 150, Rubin, a Harvard University professor emeritus, will deliver…

Ten Western Washington University students are in Gashora, Rwanda, this summer on a study abroad program.

The trip is led by Steven Vanderstaay, Western's vice provost for undergraduate education, and Kristi Tyran, an associate professor of management. Tim Costello, director of…

Contact: Shannon Dubenion-Smith, Western Washington University assistant professor of German, (360) 650-3927 or shannon.dubenion-smith@wwu.edu

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Western Washington University junior Olivia Mothershead of Kalispell has received a $1,740 University…

Western Washington University's partnership with the Ombogo Girls' Academy in Homa Bay, Kenya, will be the topic of discussion April 27 in an on-campus lecture sponsored by Western's Center for International Studies.

George Odoyo Oromo, principal of the academy…

On Thursday, May 3, students participating in the Asia University America Program at Western Washington University will be presenting their culture at Japan Night in the Viking Union Room 565 on campus.

Visitors can enjoy karate and kendo presentations, experience tea ceremony, make…

An April 19 lecture at Western Washington University will focus on the changing North-South dynamics of the International Labor Movement.

Thomas Collombat, the 2012 visiting assistant professor in Québec Studies at WWU’s Center for Canadian-…

Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University has announced a number of projects that have received funding to increase excellence and/or pursue innovation.

The funded proposals are, alphabetically, as follows:

Collective Impact Partnership Retreat: Western…

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