Janelle Leger

WWU Professor of Physics and Astronomy Janelle Leger has been selected to serve a fixed-term appointment as the dean of Western’s College of Science and Engineering.

Provost Brent Carbajal is excited by what Leger will bring to the role, including her depth of experience at Western and…

The Provost & Faculty Senate Spring Awards Ceremony will be Tuesday, April 25, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Wilson Library Reading Room. 

The event honors faculty award recipients for the 2016-2017 academic year, including: 

Millie Johnson, Outstanding…

Western Washington University faculty award recipients were honored April 28 at the annual Provost and Faculty Senate Spring Awards Ceremony in the Western Gallery on campus.

Western Provost Brent Carbajal and Faculty Senate President Molly Ware spoke at the event, which…

Professors Amanda Murphy (Chemistry) and Janelle Leger (Physics/Chemistry) have been awarded a three-year grant totaling $420,000 to synthesize biologically compatible materials that can be fabricated into devices capable of controlled movements, known as actuators. These devices are highly…

Two collaborative teams of faculty from Western Washington University’s Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Center were recently awarded highly competitive grants from the National Science Foundation to carry out interdisciplinary materials science research projects.

Western Washington University Assistant Professor Janelle Leger has been awarded a five-year, $530,000 Early CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation, an extremely prestigious award given out to a small number of junior faculty members each year in an effort to promote their promising…

Faculty at Western Washington University’s Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Center have been awarded a three-year $970,000 National Science Foundation grant to continue their research into producing the next generation of solar panels.

The AMSEC team is building and…

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