Canadian-American Studies honored at Bellingham City Council meeting June 6

Western Today staff
Tuesday, June 7, 2011 - 11:47am

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WWU supporter Greg Boos, left, stands with professor Donald Alper and professor emeritus Robert Monahan outside City Hall shortly after the resolution was passed on June 6, 2011. Courtesy photo
WWU supporter Greg Boos, left, stands with professor Donald Alper and professor emeritus Robert Monahan outside City Hall shortly after the resolution was passed on June 6, 2011. Courtesy photo

The Canadian-American Studies program at Western Washington University was honored by the Bellingham City Council on Monday, June 6, at the council's regular meeting.

Councilman Seth Fleetwood read from a resolution honoring the program, which this year celebrates its 40th birthday.

"The Bellingham community, the state of Washington and the nation as a whole benefit from the outstanding international civic leadership and research and teaching in Canadian-American Studies produced by the center," the resolution reads, among other things.

A link to the full resolution is below.

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WWU supporter Greg Boos, left, stands with professor Donald Alper and professor emeritus Robert Monahan outside City Hall shortly after the resolution was passed on June 6, 2011. Courtesy photo