13-14: Curriculum

Longtime donors and proud WWU alumnus Dave (’82) and his wife Ann Mann have supported Western with a generous gift of $200,000 to the Western Stands for Washington Campaign.

Have a project that brings you stress? Reduce complexity, manage work flow and eliminate ineffectual activities with Real Simple Project Management.

This summer, community members and Western Washington university students, faculty and staff may delve into learning about lean project…

Twenty-nine-year-old Adam Roberts can't imagine spending hours in stop-and-go traffic. It would kill him to sit behind a desk from nine to five. Roberts has carved out a space for himself beyond the humdrum world of making money and paying rent. He has built a custom home on the truck bed of his…

Students in Dipu Gupta's set design class at Western Washington University have been using a 3D printer to help them conceptualize various aspects of design without having to physically build a large-scale model.

"It's one of a series of things we're doing to increase the kind of…

Students in Woodring College of Education's SEC 444 class, taught by Lauren McClanahan, went out into the local high school community this past quarter to find and tell interesting stories.

The fruits of their labor, seven short films featuring fun stories from area schools, will be…

This year’s Innovative Teaching Showcase theme, “Blended Learning: The Best of Both Worlds,” honors Western Washington University faculty members who have designed exemplar courses that capitalize on an effective blend of face-to-face and web-based instruction.

The…

Professor Katie Vulić has been bringing her medieval literature classes to Western Libraries Special Collections ever since she first began teaching at Western. For the first several years, Vulić taught students exclusively from copies of original works; Special Collections owns a number of…

Western Washington University’s RN-to-BSN Program will host “Community Partnerships: Improving Health in Whatcom County” from 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, June 4 in room 464 of the Viking Union on Western’s campus.

The event, which is free and open to the public,…

Forty images from the Western Gallery Collection, telling stories and offering narratives of historical and fictional events, will be on display in Wilson Library from May 30 to July 30 in a show titled “Superposition: Merging Narratives Past and Present.”

The show is free and…

Western Washington University’s College of Business and Economics will offer an entrepreneurship methods evening course this summer.

Lean Startup & Entrepreneurship Methods is a cutting-edge course which allows participants to gain real, hands-on experience in creating a startup…

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