Collaborative

Please see the line-up below. We have added a couple of new workshops. Check them out!

Find Your Fire! And bring it to community action! April 12, 2018, 12-1 pm, Humanities 210

Interested in getting more active in our community, but not sure where you can best contribute?…

Cedar weaving – be it baskets, vests or hats – is not only a process, but an art.

For some in the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, it’s an art that’s passed down from one generation to the next.

On a recent Wednesday morning, teachers and principals from the La Conner and…

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…

Western's professional and classified staff are given the opportunity to take one paid day a year as a Community Service Day, and recently my wife Kathy (Western's benefits administrator) and I took ours by spending the day in the field with the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA),…

The $25,000 grand prize winner will be chosen May 22 at an awards reception, keynoted by Gravity Payments founder Dan Price.

One way young kids learn to organize the world is by dividing it into living and non-living things. But now that robots vacuum our floors and smart phones talk back to us, do children think of technology as alive? A team of Washington researchers is exploring how kids interact with robots, and…

Each summer a community comes together with rare generosity to celebrate music. From July 5 through July 21, 2013, some of the finest musicians from all over the country will join forces under the leadership of Michael Palmer and with world-renowned soloists to create a unique Pacific Northwest…

Last Thursday, April 18, retired Western Professor of Sociology George Drake and the Western administration hosted a visit from South Korean Governor Kim Moon-Soo and a delegation of Korean dignitaries for a dinner in the Old Main Solarium. Prior to the dinner, Drake and the governor…

Two students from Bainbridge Island are members of the Western Washington University team that won second place in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Manufacturing Challenge.

The competition was March 19 in Long Beach, Calif., and teams were asked to create a manufacturing process for…

Western Washington University students received second place in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Manufacturing Challenge on March 19 in Long Beach, Calif.

The team consisted of 15 members, who worked to create a manufacturing process for an item. This year the team created a…

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