University Residences has awarded the 2019-2020 Kay Rich Scholarship for Residence Life to Olivia Zina, a 2nd year RA majoring in Kinesiology. This scholarship recognizes a Resident Adviser or Community Adviser who demonstrates excellence in leadership, inclusion, scholarship, community service, and participation in the residential and university-wide community.
A Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted by Western Washington University and located at the Kitsap Regional Library at 700 NE Lincoln Road in Poulsbo, is now open and accepting clients.
The Kitsap County SBDC will be part of the most comprehensive small-business alliance in the U.S., with more than 1,000 active SBDC programs across the country.
Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education has been awarded a grant from the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to bring 100 high school students from migrant farmworking backgrounds to a “Dare 2 Dream” Summer Academy on Western’s campus.
Pursuant to a Presidential Proclamation, Acting Governor Cyrus Habib hereby directs that Washington State and United States flags at all state agency facilities be lowered to half-staff immediately, in memory of the victims of the tragedy in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Flags should remain at half-staff until close of business or sunset on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.
Feeling bogged down with clutter? Don’t leave it in the gutter! This move out season, help us divert stuff from landfills and work towards zero waste. Zero Waste Western, a program of the Office of Sustainability, in collaboration with the Campus Community Coalition, is hosting Move Out Madness on Friday, June 14.
Western Washington University’s Department of Communication Studies will host a panel discussion titled “Students of Color: Communication, Activism, and Resistance” at 2:45 p.m. on Monday, June 3 in Haggard Hall 345.
This presentation is free and open to the public.
Western Washington University junior James Jasperson of Olympia will be attempting his second world record at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11 on the track at the Wade King Recreation Center.
Interested in exploring topics about the Salish Sea, need to complete a GUR, or possibly looking into the university's brand new Salish Sea Studies minor?
Western’s Department of Liberal Studies will change its name to the Department of Global Humanities and Religions starting this fall.
The department offers interdisciplinary humanities courses and programs; in those, it primarily engages in cultural history and in the academic study of religion as an aspect of human societies and cultures, and wants to communicate this more effectively to the community at Western.
Like cherry blossoms opening up on campus or Frisbees flying across the Old Main lawn, certain activities indicate that spring has sprung at Western, and one of those annual rites is celebrating the successes of Western students and the scholarships and fellowships they have been awarded, from NOAA Hollings fellows to Fulbright winners.