Woodring College of Education

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…

Washington’s legislature has approved an annual financial package of $433,000 to reduce the cost for students enrolled in Western Washington University’s RN to BSN nursing program by more than $5,000 a year and to support the continued expansion of the program.

This critical funding…

Woodring College of Education and the Career Services Center invite all students and alumni to participate in the Education Career Fair:  Teaching, Administration and Related Services taking place Tuesday, March 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This annual event provides an opportunity to build…

WWU Provost Brent Carbajal is pleased to announce that the Dean of Woodring College of Education Search Committee has concluded its review and evaluation of the applications and has selected four strongly qualified finalists that he approved for invitation to campus for interviews beginning on…

From Feb. 2-4, Woodring College of Education will host the first-annual Black Lives Matter at School Conference. This week of action is part of the National Black Lives Matter at Schools Week of Action and Year of Purpose campaign taking place in cities across the U.S. to promote a set of …

Kevin Roxas and Robert Squires, co-chairs of the Dean of the Woodring College of Education Search Committee, are pleased to provide the following information about search activities to date:

The search committee has finalized the position announcement and has published it in a…

On a typical morning, the high-pitched caws of gulls and the constant roar of the salty Salish Sea waves would be a formidable foe to any other noise. But today, they pale in comparison to the animated chatter of the students arriving at Cap Sante Marina…

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