The Department of Linguistics will host the first event in its speaker series for the 2021-22 academic year at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14, either in-person in Bond Hall 415 or via Zoom (Zoom meeting ID: 938 3082 3471).
Western’s Enrollment and Student Services is inviting all students to an Inclusive Welcome Celebration Tuesday, Oct. 5, showcasing resources, opportunities, and people who support BIPOC students at Western.
Western Washington University is committed to freedom of expression and encourages treating others with respect, civility, and empathy.
Red Square is a Limited Public Forum, which means it is characterized as a space that can be used for freedom of expression and general assembly and is subject to time, place, and manner (see below for more) restrictions. Approved space reservations for campus activities take priority over unscheduled activity in Red Square.
The Student Success Initiatives Unit (a unit of Western’s Division of Enrollment and Student Services) is pleased to announce the inaugural First-Generation graphic design contest.
WWU Associate Professor of Modern and Classical Languages Hugo Garcia will present three documentaries dealing with Cuba at the Pickford Film Center in Bellingham. These documentaries are presented as part of the Pickford's annual Doctober Festival and will also serve to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Hackers are everywhere, and they are out to get your Western account credentials. However, you now have a powerful means to protect your account when you sign up for Western’s multi-factor authentication (MFA). MFA requires a user to provide a second “factor,” in addition to a password, to authenticate.
Note: This article originally ran in June 2021; however, with many of us still working from home, this information bears repeating this fall.
Note: This article originally ran in June 2021; however, the information has been slightly updated and bears repeating this fall.
Technology Considerations for Employees
Just as it took some time to get your computer set up at home last year, it may take some time to get set up back in your campus office. Please expect up to a day of lost productivity for you, your staff, and colleagues.
See below for new information regarding COVID reporting procedures, contractor info, and more, for the week of Oct. 4.
Whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member, your electronic files are critical to your work at Western. Most of us, unfortunately, have experienced some data loss due to failed hardware, file corruption, and sometimes malware.