Clint Spiegel

Western’s faculty and students are engaged in exciting research and scholarship across a variety of fields, from marine science and climate change to teaching, the humanities, and the arts. Periodically, Western Today will share short summaries of the latest developments in scholarship and…

Western’s faculty and students are engaged in exciting research across a variety of fields. Periodically, Western Today will share short summaries of the latest developments in scholarship and research at the University. Interested in reading in-depth stories about science and research at…

Western’s faculty and students are engaged in exciting research across a variety of fields. Periodically, Western Today will share short summaries of the latest developments in scholarship and research at the University. Interested in reading in-depth stories about science and research at…

A discussion on searching for non-federal funds continues the Research and Sponsored Programs spring series of workshops aimed at helping faculty and staff write more effective proposals to external agencies.

Tracey Finch, the pre-award manager for RSP, will lead the discussion,…

Research and Sponsored Programs at Western Washington University is offering a number of workshops designed to help faculty and staff members write more effective proposals to external agencies. The sessions are intended to be interactive and are meant to build a community for those…

Clint Spiegel, an assistant professor of Chemistry at Western Washington University, will present "Who, What, When, Where and How of Graduate School" at 3:15 p.m. today, Oct. 1, in Chemistry Building Room 386. This will be an open discussion forum, the purpose of which is to…

Oxford University Press has published "Silencing the Self Across Cultures: Depression and Gender in the Social World," co-authored and edited by Dana C. Jack, professor of interdisciplinary studies at Western Washington University.

Western Washington University Assistant Professor of Chemistry Clint Spiegel has been awarded a three-year, $390,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to research potential treatments for hemophilia A, a hereditary genetic blood disorder that affects millions of people around the…

Clint Spiegel (Chemistry) recently was awarded a grant for $44,661 by the Research Corporation to continue his work on the structure and function of the bacterial ribosome. Understanding the molecular basis of ribosome function is important for understanding how genetic information is expressed…

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