The WWU Office of Sustainability is once again facilitating its Viking Supported Agriculture (VSA) program that connects the campus community to local food producers who deliver boxes of their fresh items directly to campus.
Refer to the RSP website for additional information, guidelines, and application forms.
Faculty Summer Research and Creative Activities Grants
Proposals due to chairs: Oct. 13
This program provides faculty with up to $6,000 to engage in projects that will result in significant advancement of their professional development and field of research, scholarly, or creative work. The Research Advisory Committee makes funding recommendations to the Vice Provost for Research.
After 10 years as Western Washington University’s Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs, Rich Van Den Hul has announced his retirement effective summer 2021.
Huxley Speaker Series: Fall 2020
ONLINE - See Zoom or YouTube details for connection information
Western Washington University's James Miller, an assistant professor of Canadian-American Studies, Salish Sea Studies, and Environmental Studies, will present "Placemaking and Climate Change Migration" Thursday, Sept. 24 at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom as the first installment of the 2020-2021 Huxley Speaker Series.
The WWU Alumni Association invites you to the fifth annual Paint B'ham Blue for WWU, an event welcoming our new and returning Vikings to Western!
Western Washington University is the highest-ranking public, master’s-granting university in the Pacific Northwest for the 21st year in a row, according to the 2021 U.S. News & World Report college rankings.
Western's Career Services Center will this fall offer a series of Wednesday webinars designed to assist and inform soon-to-be WWU grads entering the job market. See dates and times below.
Dear Campus Community,
I am pleased to share with you the launch of the Structural Equity and Bias Response Team, or SEBRT for short. This is the culmination of much research and work by the University’s Council on Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
University has Numerous COVID-19 Health & Safety Precautions in Place
Western Washington University students will move into residence halls at Western’s Bellingham main campus over five days, from Thursday, Sept. 17 through to Monday, Sept. 21.
The first day of fall quarter classes at Western is Wednesday, Sept. 23. During both the move-in to residence halls and the start of classes, numerous COVID-19 health and safety precautions will be in place.
Dear Western Students and Families,
I hope you and your loved ones are well and that these summer months have afforded you a time to reconnect with family and friends even while we work to keep each other safe through this ongoing pandemic.