14-15: Student Excellence

Western Washington University sprinter Alex Donigian (Jr., Mission Viejo, CA/Trabuco Hills) won both the 100 and 200 meter dashes and ran the second leg on a victorious 4x100 relay in helping the Viking men to a 176-174 upset of heavy favorite Alaska Anchorage at the 14th annual Great…

Twenty-two students nominated for Student Employee of the Year  were honored in a special event in the Wilson Library Reading Room at Western Washington University on Friday, April 17, 2015.

Cameron Little is the winner of the 2015 Student Employee of the Year. It was also announced…

Western Washington University’s Industrial Design studio partnered with Architectural Elements of Bellingham to host a competition for 13 junior students in the industrial design program. 

Over the course of three months, students were challenged to re-imagine objects designed…

A team of chemistry, engineering, design and business students at Western Washington University and University of Washington will gain a giant leap forward after the Environmental Protection Agency awarded them a $75,000 dollar grant this past weekend. The team presented a prototype of a Smart…

Windows that collect solar energy? It's possible, and a team of Western Washington University students have built a prototype to prove it.

They'll travel to Washington, D.C., this weekend to participate in the Environmental Protection Agency’s “P3: People, Prosperity, and the…

Since high school, Becca Freimuth has been interested in producing video, but it wasn’t until the Fall 2014 Klipsun class that she crossed the barrier into creating something that was completely hers in both inspiration and interest.

When working alone on a video…

A team of students from Western Washington University has been invited to travel to Washington, D.C. on April 11-12 to participate in the Environmental Protection Agency’s “P3: People, Prosperity, and the Planet Student Design Competition for Sustainability.”

The…

Four Western Washington University students were awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards, and three received honorable mentions.

“Having reviewed applications myself for NSF’s GRFP program, I understand how very, very…

Two Western Washington University students participated in a panel at the spring conference of the Washington Coalition for Open Government March 14. The WWU journalism students, Shelby Rowe and Libby Keller, had used the Washington Public Records Act in their research and spoke about their…

Student demand to attend Western Washington University is strong, with the university receiving its highest-ever number of freshman applications. University officials say Western’s reputation for academic excellence and value are important factors drawing students to WWU.

The…

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