Ted Pratt

Ted Pratt, Western Washington University’s longtime dean of students, has retired and he is being honored with a WWU scholarship in his name.

“After 32 years of dedicated and faithful service to Western, Ted Pratt retired on Dec. 5. We will miss him more than I can easily express, and…

The 39th Annual Employee Recognition Ceremony was held Thursday, May 5, from 8:15 to 9:30 a.m. in the PAC Main Stage theatre. The ceremony recognized both faculty and staff for their service and exceptional efforts. In addition, recent retirees were invited to be recognized.

A video submitted by Western Washington University to the state's Public Service Recognition Week video and essay contest was named one of the best 10 from nearly 130 entries.

The week, sponsored by the…

Ted Pratt, dean of students at Western Washington University, was honored this past month for 20 years as a volunteer board member for the Selective Service System.

The Selective Service System works to be prepared to provide personnel to the Department of Defense in the event of a…

The Dean of Students office is looking for feedback from those who attended the Cultural Competence Speaker Series event with Larry Roper April 29. Roper spoke on leading toward a caring and just community.

The following note comes from Dean of Students Ted Pratt and Christina Van…

Western Washington University will hold its first annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the Wilson Library Reading Room.

The event will be followed by a screening of the award-winning documentary "Brother Outsider: the Life of…

Western Washington University is well represented at this week's Western Region Research Conference on the Education of Adults, which is being held at Seattle University through Saturday, Oct. 5.

Western’s Dean of Students Ted Pratt, Director of Student Activities Kevin Majkut,…

The Commercial Street Theatre Project at 1302 Commercial St. in downtown Bellingham will hold an open house from 6 to 10 p.m. during the Friday Art Walk June 7.

The project, led in part by Western Washington University faculty members Pam Kuntz (Dance) and Mark Kuntz (Theatre), is a group…

 

Nearly two dozen College Success Foundation graduates of Western Washington University were honored at a joyful celebration Friday, June 8, in a luncheon held by Western's Student Outreach Services, under the direction of Renee Collins.

The CSF scholars had received…

The first-annual Walk of Life suicide awareness event took place on the Western Washington University campus Jan. 26.

The Associated Students and WWU To Write Love on Her Arms Chapter held the event to raise awareness about suicide and to offer resources to students. Attendees learned…

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