John Korsmo

Students in Woodring College of Education's SEC 444 class, taught by Lauren McClanahan, went out into the local high school community this past quarter to find and tell interesting stories.

The short documentary films they created were shown at the Pickford Cinema March 16 and also are…

Vernon Johnson, a professor of political science at Western Washington University, is having his co-authored, peer-reviewed chapter "NGO-Government Interactions in South Africa: The Possibility of Cross-sector Cooperation" published in a volume titled "Contentious Politics in…

Title: Associate professor and director of Human Services Program

Years at Western: Sixth year teaching at Western

Originally from: Born in Tillamook, Ore., where he did his undergrad, and then Milwaukee, Wisc.. Now in Bellingham.

Hobbies: “I love being outside, so a…

WWU faculty presented their research in the arts, sciences, humanities and other fields in a series of noontime lectures sponsored by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Presentations included:

“Faith and Reason” by Daniel Howard-Snyder, professor of Philosophy…

John Korsmo, an associate professor in the human services and rehabilitation department at Western Washington University, will present “Pathway to Success: Obstacles and Supports for First-Generation College Goers” from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in Communications Facility…

Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University has announced a number of projects that have received funding to increase excellence and/or pursue innovation.

The funded proposals are, alphabetically, as follows:

Collective Impact Partnership Retreat: Western…

John Korsmo, Human Services, and Chris Korsmo, Executive Director of the League of Education Voters, co-presented “Pathways to Success: First Generation College Goers” at the 2011 Hawaii International Conference on Education held in Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 4 to 7, 2011.

From Sept. 10 to 13, Western hosted the 16th International Conference of the Society for Human Ecology. The event took place in the Viking Union and was attended by roughly 160 participants, including many from abroad. Among the countries represented were Brazil, Australia, Japan, Germany,…

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