You are invited to serve on the Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) scholarship committee!
Students and graduates looking for jobs and internships are invited to participate in Western Washington University’s Virtual Spring Career Fair taking place on Thursday April 29th from 11AM-3:00PM PST. To
Western's Caregivers and Parents (CAP) Group is hosting virtual events May 3-7 for Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. All Western employees are invited to attend to share, learn, and support each other during these events. Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week is especially important this year as we realize the effects of the pandemic and its disproportionate effect on womxn, particularly those in caregiving roles. Come share space as we recognize our colleagues and prioritize mental health.
This fall, Western is launching a new minor in Museum Studies. The Museum Studies Minor examines the intersections of art with the public sphere in practical and theoretical terms, with a commitment to explore the social dimension of museums. Grounded in art history, the interdisciplinary minor will help majors of any discipline step into careers paths such as curator, assistant curator, museum educator, gallery attendant, collections assistant, museum administration, docent, or preparator.
Breathing Space/Sawubona Healing Circle: The results of the Derek Chauvin trial may evoke strong and painful emotions, and the Counseling and Wellness Center is here for support.
This fall, Western will launch a new interdisciplinary minor in Human Rights, a combined program of study offered through Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies (FCIS) and the Ray Wolpow Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity (RWI).
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The Office of Sustainability is delighted to celebrate Earth Day 2021 with an event at noon on Thursday, April 22. "What Earth Day Offers Us" will provide a look back at the history of Earth Day, a review of what our community is doing now, and a call for everyone to engage in simple, sustainable actions. The event will feature a panel of local sustainability advocates and offer an opportunity for Q&A.
The panel will include:
• Steve Hollenhorst, Dean of Huxley College of the Environment
Thanks to a generous gift from the Hacherl Family, Western Libraries is now a member library of HathiTrust, which means Western Washington University's access to digital content is now expanded. HathiTrust is a not-for-profit collaborati
The policy on ENSURING ACCESSIBLE ELECTRONIC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY has been approved and is effective as of April 15, 2021.