Kristen French

Hundreds of volunteers from around Whatcom County stepped up to help stabilize a hillside in Maritime Heritage Park on a sunny Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

More than 150 people helped remove invasive ivy and hawthorn trees throughout the morning on Monday, Jan. 19,…

Learn all about leadership at part one of the Leadership for What? event from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, in the Wilson Library Reading Room.

A number of WWU speakers will discuss various aspects of leadership at the event:

Multicultural:

Kristen French, associate…

Kristen French, Director of The Center for Education Equity and Diversity at Western Washington University, will moderate a panel discussion Aug. 16 as part of the Seattle Center Next 50 events.

What is the future we hope to realize for our children 50 years from now? What are the skills…

ow do we expand perspectives around learning, education, culture and environment so that people of all ages and backgrounds can realize their intrinsic passions to learn and grow? The Next Fifty invites the community to explore how we might evolve approaches and systems of learning in the 21st…

Three WWU staff and faculty members and one community outreach group were honored by the Whatcom Family and Community Network recently with Ken Gass Community Building Awards.

The award-winners are:

Latino Action Team, a core learning group of committed students, professionals,…

How do we expand perspectives around learning, education, culture and environment so that people of all ages and backgrounds can realize their intrinsic passions to learn and grow? The Next Fifty invites the community to explore how we might evolve approaches and systems of learning in the 21st…

Five faculty members were honored for excellence in teaching and mentorship at the Provost/Faculty Senate Spring Awards Ceremony recently. They are:

Glenn Tsunokai, Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award: Glenn Tsunokai, associate professor of Sociology, earned his doctorate from the University…

Kristen French, Elementary Education, presented “Reimaging education through decolonizing theory: an indigenous perspective,” at the American Educational Research Association Conference held in New Orleans Apr. 8 to 12, 2011.

Marilyn Chu (Elementary Education), Kristen French (Elementary Education), and Barb Yasui, Shoreline Community College, co-presented “Safe Spaces to Learn from our Stories: Early Childhood teachers use the Power of their Classroom Narratives to Explore Cultural Relevancy Issues,”…

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