The Karen W. Morse Institute for Leadership will present its annual poster showcase from 3-4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7 in VU 565. Students enrolled in LDST 101 and 450 will be presenting their work associated with their quarter-long service-learning projects aimed at developing their leadership skills. This event is free and open to all WWU faculty, staff, and students. Light refreshments will be served.
Proposed Senate Bill 5100 would require each institution of higher education, in consultation with the office of Student Financial Assistance, to take reasonable steps to ensure that the institution presents, and each incoming student participates in, a live financial literacy seminar.
Get your sunglasses and flip flops ready, it’s time for summer youth programs.
This summer, Western Washington University is proud to offer a variety of youth program offerings for students in grades K-12.
For the past 35 years, Western’s youth programs have encouraged kids to explore a favorite topic and consider opportunities in higher education. Participants experience hands-on learning and gain exposure to a college campus under the instruction of Western’s top-quality educators.
Job seekers looking to connect directly with employers are invited to attend Western Washington University’s Winter Career Fair, which will take place Tuesday, March 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room. Admission to the fair is free and the event is open to the public.
TEDxWWU is coming to Western from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 4 in the Performing Arts Center. TedxWWU is designed to help organizations, individuals and communities create conversation and connections at a local level.
Nine speakers from the Bellingham area will discuss a wide variety of topics.
As we do each Friday, Western Today's interns have your weekend covered with a trio of fun things to do on campus for students, faculty, staff, and their families.
1. Western 23rd Annual Drag Show: 7-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25 in the Performing Arts Center 155 - Concert Hall. Sponsored by the AS Queer Resource Center.
University policy, POL-U5620.04, Allowing Animals on University Property, is currently under 30-day review from February 23 -March 25, 2017. This policy applies to animals and their handlers on University property and at Western sponsored events on non-University property. The campus community is encouraged to review this document at http://www.wwu.edu/policies/30dayreview.shtml. Written comments may be sent to Policies@wwu.edu or to the University Policy Coordinator, Mail Stop 9015
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
Saturday. February 25, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Western Washington University's Fairhaven College
Presentations and speakers discussing:
The American Legal System
Landlord - Tenant Immigration (in Spanish also)
Debtor - Creditor
WWU students, are you looking for a summer job?
Become an Academic Student Advisor (ASA)! Lead new students and families in their transition into Western, while working in a fun, fast-paced and collaborative environment with a dynamic team.
Last year, Western Washington University's Khmer Student Association (KhSA) brought you the hidden stories from Cambodian Genocide survivors, and this year KhSA brings you the hidden stories of First Generation Cambodians.
KhSA will present "Our Hidden Story II: The First Generation" at 6:30 p.m.on Saturday, Feb. 25 in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room. The event will feature three speakers from the Cambodian community who have battled adversity to get to success.