Following a nationwide search, Joyce Lopes will join Western Washington University as our new Vice President for Business & Financial Affairs effective July 1. Joyce currently serves as Vice President of Administrative Affairs at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, in California’s Sonoma Valley, a position she has held for nearly four years. The start date provides considerable overlap for transition with Rich Van Den Hul, who will be retiring after a decade of exemplary service to Western at the end of summer.
The Whatcom County Health Department’s Community COVID Vaccination clinic at BTC will be available starting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 14 to anyone interested in getting vaccinated. The instructions to sign up are noted below. The clinic will be advertised throughout the community so it will be first come, first served, with nearly 800 slots available on Sunday alone. There may also be a last-minute waitlist in case of cancellations or no shows, but this has not been confirmed yet.
To sign up:
Dear Public Records Request participants,
The Public Records Office (in Risk, Compliance and Policy Services) is in the process of implementing a public records system called GovQA to automate the processes below:
The Associated Students of Western Washington University is now accepting applications for the 2021-22 academic year.
WHAT MOVES YOU?
Whatcom Council of Governments, the federal and state-designated transportation planning organization of our region’s local governments and transportation agencies, will be adopting an updated long-range (20-year) transportation plan in 2022. As one of the county's biggest employers and users of public transit, Western needs to make its voice heard!
This process begins with you!
The WWU Scholarship Center invites members of Western’s faculty and staff to serve on a scholarship selection committee.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about Western’s outstanding students and recognize them for their remarkable achievements.
Please join us as we celebrate the career of Kurt Willis!
Kurt started at Western Washington University on August 1, 1985 as an assistant director of residence life. Subsequent roles included assistant to the business manager, business manager and, then Associate Director. During his Associate Director tenure he took on interim Associate Director roles in Facilities (3 separate stints!) and once in Residence Life.
The American Library Association (ALA) recognizes National Library Week as a time to recognize and celebrate the significant impact of libraries, and the work and contributions of library employees.