Kelly McAllister of the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will discuss the interplay between the growing demands on the state's transportation infrastructure and stewardship of its natural resources and wildlife at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 30 in Academic West 204 on the Western Washington University campus.
Dr. Jeanne Armstrong passed away at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center on Friday, Nov.17, following a brief illness.
Armstrong arrived at Western Washington University in 1997 as a college-based Librarian for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS). Over the past twenty years, she played a number of significant roles at Western Libraries.
Jürgen Salay, EU Fellow at the University of Washington, will present 'Climate Policy in the European Union' at noon on Thursday, Nov. 30 in Science Lecture (SL) 150.
The talk, which is sponsored by Western's Political Science Department, is free and open to the public.
Western Washington University’s Department of Art is hosting an exhibition titled “Crochet Sculpture: Fibers and Fabrics” in the Fine Arts Building’s B Gallery in the Fine Arts Building through Nov. 24.
The exhibition features sculptures made from crochet fabrics. The students presenting in this exhibit are from Seiko Purdue’s Fibers and Fabrics class. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
WWU faculty members are committed to outstanding teaching, scholarship, leadership and community service and periodically the Western community has the opportunity to recognize some of our exceptional faculty members. The following annual awards are examples of the university community`s efforts to recognize and show appreciation to faculty members and others for their service and outstanding achievements. Provost Carbajal encourages your nominations for these awards, each of which includes a payment for $1,000.
Thanks to all for your efforts to reduce power drain at WWU, and throughout the community!
Power Down for Break Checklist
International Initiative – Q&A
1. What exactly is a “pathway program?”
The Registrar’s Office is offering six hands-on training session for Degree Works, a new web based tool designed to help students and advisors track students’ academic progress toward the completion of their degree or certificate.
WWU Department of Art & Art History instructor Margot Myers received 2017 Artist Trust GAP Award funding for a series of large woodcut panels each depicting one of the six rivers that feed Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Join Jeopardy Magazine for our annual Fall Faculty Reading!
When: Thursday, Nov. 16 from 4-6 p.m.
Where: Academic Institute West, Room 210
Come support our wonderful literary community here on campus and enjoy a warm cup of coffee!