12-13: Curriculum

Bellingham Technical College’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences program has announced an articulation (transfer) agreement with Western Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment. This partnership will continue BTC and WWU efforts to prepare stewards of the…

Western Reads, a campus-wide reading program at Western Washington University, has chosen “Early Warming: Crisis and Response in the Climate-Changed North,” by Nancy Lord, as its 2013-14 reading selection.

The book will be given to all incoming Western freshmen and will be…

Western Washington University Extended Education will offer an evening professional studies course, open to community members, to help build skills in writing and editing.

The Knockout Editing course provides a space for participants to have their work reviewed and evaluated by…

To respect the identities of transgender students, the Equal Opportunity Office and Registrar’s Office at Western Washington University are facilitating a process through which students can indicate a preferred first name for use at Western.

The upcoming event "Creating…

With the help of a donation from a Western Washington University alumnus and one-time funding from the Provost’s Office, the Learning Commons in Western Libraries is getting a new look.

Among the changes:

The Wilson circulation desk has been dismantled and replaced by…

The Teaching-Learning Academy will spend this spring quarter developing possible action proposals for how we can create positive community connections on and off campus.

Four dialogue sessions are available: Wednesdays at noon and 2 p.m. or Thursdays at noon and 2 p.m. Sessions last for…

Students from Western Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment Senior Planning Studio will be presenting their recommendations for the redevelopment of Bellingham’s State Street at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 14 in the Federal Courthouse Building on Cornwall Avenue and…

Western Washington University Senior Planning Studio students will present their urban development ideas for improving the State Street Corridor at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 14, at the Federal Building Courtroom (104 W. Magnolia), Room 218.

Visit the historic Federal Building courtroom and…

Frederick H. O’Connor has been hired as the director of Language & Culture Programs to oversee Extended Education’s non-credit programs for international students at Western Washington University.

"Dr. O’Connor is a genuine global citizen with loads of…

Western Washington University officially has decided to begin using Canvas to replace Blackboard as its course management system, beginning in fall quarter 2013.

A message was sent to the campus community Tuesday explaining the change:

On February 11th, the…

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