Woodring College of Education

What’s a class without a classroom worth? 

Increasingly, it’s worth a college degree for students who otherwise couldn’t have one.

When 23 students graduate today with Western Washington University bachelor’s degrees…

"For the 23 students in Western Washington University’s four-year human services program, hosted on the Olympic College campus, Sunday’s graduation ceremony will be bittersweet.

The program, in its current format, will end with this year’s graduating seniors.…

"Superintendent Burgess announced that John Gebert, current principal of Cavelero Mid High, will be moving to the Educational Service Center to take on the position of Executive Director of Secondary Education and Mike Snow, current Associate Principal at Lake Stevens High School, will…

"Darcy Weisner was just selected for the superintendent’s job at the Clarkston School District. The Clarkston School Board has been in executive session most of the day. After two days of interviews and a site visit, they voted unanimously in favor of hiring Weisner."

Joseph E. Trimble (Psychology/WCE) recently was appointed to serve a distinguished term on the Health Disparities and Equity Promotion special emphasis scientific review committee by the Center for Scientific Review at the National Institutes of Health.

"After careful deliberation, the Lake Stevens school board unanimously approved a one-year Superintendent Transition Plan that will place current Assistant Superintendent, Mrs. Amy Beth Cook, as the district’s next leader effective August of 2011."

"Fifty years ago, Dale Hoggins was serving his first job as a school principal at the newly opened Mountlake Terrace Elementary School.

Those were busy years, said Hoggins, now 78."

"Laura Hedges, the long-reigning Program Manager of Women's Services and Gender Equality at the Diversity and Equity Center, has retired after 31 years at EvCC.

Hedges last day was April 30.. Those who worked with her and the students impacted by her used words like "dynamo…

"Peninsula College will offer two new four-year degrees, one starting this summer and one beginning next year.

A Bachelor of Arts degree in early childhood education will begin this summer.

A Bachelor of Arts in human services through Western Washington's Woodring College…

Joseph E. Trimble (Psychology/WCE) recently was selected to be a member of the 10- to 12-person Independent National Children's Study Monitoring and Oversight Committee. The committee will monitor National Children's Study data and the safety of study participants.

The National Children's…

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