13-14: Graduate Programs

For the first time (at least in collective memory) Western's academic departments were asked to name an outstanding graduate among their master's degree recipients. 

The Outstanding Graduate Students for 2013-14 were: 

Shannon Affholter, Everett MBA Program…

This past school year, between February and May, Bellingham Public Schools established salad bars in each of its middle schools – Whatcom, Kulshan, Fairhaven and Shuksan – as well as Sehome High in an effort to improve students’ access to fresh fruits and vegetables.…

In October, Western Washington University will officially launch an institutional repository, locally named Western CEDAR, that will collect, organize, manage and disseminate the university’s intellectual output from a single web interface, free to users anywhere in the world. A…

At a pair of research projects in Snohomish County, Western Washington University Professor of Environmental Science John Rybczyk is looking to find out more about the relationship between river deltas and estuary systems and their ability to lock in carbon.

Carbon is a naturally…

Kathleen Kitto has been named the vice provost for research and dean of the Graduate School at Western Washington University.

Kitto has been acting vice provost for research and acting dean of the Graduate School since March 2012.

"I'm very pleased to regularize Kathy…

Western Washington University is well represented at this week's Western Region Research Conference on the Education of Adults, which is being held at Seattle University through Saturday, Oct. 5.

Western’s Dean of Students Ted Pratt, Director of Student Activities Kevin Majkut,…

Western Washington University associate professor of Environmental Studies Troy Abel and a pair of graduate students have worked, in conjunction with the Environmental Council of the States and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency data, to produce a new interactive web application that charts…

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