Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies

In 1972, when Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies was still a new institution, students moved to the historic Burns cabins on the ridge above what is now the Outback Farm at Western Washington University and started farming. They built a barn, raised goats for milking and pigs for…

Western Washington University President Sabah Randhawa has announced that Brad Johnson will serve as the new provost and executive vice president for WWU effective Aug. 1.  

Johnson has served as the Dean of the College of Science & Engineering since 2017 and has been a professor of…

Scholars Week, an annual celebration showcasing the best of Western Washington University students’ research and creative work, returns to Western’s campus May 16 – May 20, 2022, after two years of virtual events.  

The Scholars Week Planning Committee invites students to register April…

The College of the Environment and Career Services Center invites all students and alumni to participate in the annual Environmental Career and Internship Fair, Wednesday, Feb. 9 from 1-4 p.m. on Handshake!

This annual event provides an opportunity to build connections with employers…

Asst. Prof. Regina Jefferies of Western's Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies recently published “Transnational Legal Process: An Evolving Theory and Methodology” as the lead article in Volume 42 of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law. The Brooklyn Journal of…

Mark Miyake, an assistant professor in Western's Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, has been named to the Federation of State Humanities Council Board of Directors, representing Washington state.

Founded in 1977, the Federation of State Humanities Councils providse…

Despite the significant impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Western Washington University’s fall enrollment numbers held steady with the previous year, while posting record gains for diversity, its Graduate School, and a sizeable increase in its first-year class over Fall 2020.

With the…

Award-winning journalist Brandi Morin will present at the virtual event "Hunting Down the Killers of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls" Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 4 p.m.

Her presentation will discuss how Indigenous women and girls are vulnerable to predators because of a lack of…

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