Randhawa named next president of Western Washington University
Sabah Randhawa was named the 14th president of Western Washington University in a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees Tuesday evening, April 5.
Randhawa had been the trustees’ preferred candidate to replace outgoing President Bruce Shepard and the only one who met students, staff and faculty.
“I really truly am deeply honored for this opportunity to be president,” Randhawa said moments after the vote. “I’m pleased, excited, thrilled to be entrusted with this responsibility.”