14-15: Curriculum

As a boy, Herb Ershig attended the Campus School where, from 1899 to 1967,…

A new scholarship that supports students in the area of technical and professional writing will help develop career and professional preparedness for students across the university. The William E. Smith Scholarship in Technical and Professional Writing was established by alumni and friends of…

 A major renovation of Western Washington University's Carver Academic Facility is beginning and will revitalize the aging campus building.

The Washington State Legislature, as part of the 2015-2017 state capital budget, approved $70 million in funding for the project.

The Asia University America Program is a five-month exchange program for Japanese college students studying International Relations, Business, Hospitality, Law, Economics and Multicultural Communications from Asia University, located just west of downtown Tokyo, Japan.

Western Washington…

The Western Washington University College of Fine and Performing Arts comprises the Departments of Art, Design, Music, and Theatre/Dance and is home to the Western Gallery and the Outdoor Sculpture Collection.

This video, which was produced, shot and edited by alumna Juliette Machado and…

As a child, Jon Bash enjoyed playing video games, much like any other child. The aspect that appealed to him most in these video games though wasn’t the gameplay, but the music that accompanied them.

Prior to having any musical training, Bash would try to figure out how the music in…

Western Washington University's Regina Barber DeGraaff never really thought about hosting her own radio show, but her curiosity in science and her desire to make the subject more accessible to all helped influence her decision to start the show “Spark Science.”

DeGraaff…

The Western Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance is bringing live summer theatre back to campus July 29 through Aug. 30.; offerings include a range of popular musicals and plays, free Commedia performances on Old Main Lawn, and a family-friendly contemporary dance.

Six students from Western Washington University’s Industrial Design program received recognition and $6,000 in scholarships for their children’s furniture designs as a part of the annual Mount Baker Products Furniture Design Competition.

Western students, children, parents and…

 

Berenice Rodriguez always dreamed of being a teacher.

When her family came to the United States on a tourist visa from her native Mexico when she was eight years old so they could work in the berry fields of Skagit County, the dream never wavered. Long hours in the fields…

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