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A group of graduate students at Huxley College of the Environment plan to hold a research conference April 9 to forge connections among Western researchers and in the broader community. From noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 9, the students -- members of the Graduate Research Working Group --…

The Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Western Washington University has announced a call for grant applications for the Fund for the Enhancement of Graduate Research.

Completed applications are due to department chairs by April 7. Projects selected for funding will be funded…

Ruth Medsker, who has served as interim Principal at West Seattle High School since last summer has been named to the position on a permanent basis by interim Superintendent Susan Enfield, Seattle Public Schools. Enfield shared her thoughts in a letter to the staff, students and families for the…

Opponents of a $30 annual access fee for state lands are pointing to the not-so-distant past in arguing it would raise barriers to access by the poor and fail to raise the officially projected $71 million.

Attendance at state parks dipped by about 18 percent last time the state charged…

Bill Wilson, who has been superintendent of Greeley County USD 200 for 13 years, has been named superintendent of Scott County USD 466.
"We are extremely happy," said USD 466 school board president Eric Erven. "I was very pleased we were able to put a deal together…

Several Biology Department seminars, one of them a student's graduate thesis seminar, are planned for early winter quarter at Western Washington University.

At 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, Eric Blackstone, technology manager at the University of Washington Center for…

Dr. Mike Kugler, professor of history at Northwestern College, contributed a chapter to Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian’s Vocation, published in November by the University of Notre Dame Press.

While families traveled about the country by car and plane to be with relatives for the Thanksgiving holiday last week, three friends were traveling by canoe with their sights set on the Port of Ilwaco.

Western Washington University student Marc Van Grinsven, and Dan Blessing and Greta…

Be sure and wave and tip your hat to the pioneering spirit of adventure and challenge if you see three young adults paddling a birchbark canoe down the Columbia River today.

Dan Blessing, Marc VanGrinsven and Greta Arnquist resumed their journey down Washington’s mighty Columbia this…

The College of Marin has chosen the president of a San Jose community college to be its new superintendent and president.

David Wain Coon, president of Evergreen Valley College, will succeed Frances L. White, who retired in June. The college Board of Trustees…

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