Advancing Inclusive Success

In this week's Research Recap, we have have three graduate students from three different colleges at Western, each sharing their important work. For in-depth stories on research at Western, go to Gaia, the university's online journal of research and scholarship, at https://medium.com/gaia-wwu,…

Black History Month, which started as a week to acknowledge the contributions of African Americans throughout U.S. History, is a time to recognize that Black History is American history, and to honor the influences that the Black Diaspora has had and continues to have on the world. This is a…

Caity Scott (they/them), a recent graduate of Western’s MFA in Creative Writing program, was recently announced as the Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) and ProQuest winner for Distinguished Master’s Thesis and/or Final Master’s Capstone Project Award in the Creative, Visual, and…

Computer science: It’s a vast field with endless areas for specialization, an enormous range of career options, and an abundance of well-paying, varied jobs. With a computer science degree, doors open on a diversity of opportunities. 

But the diversity of opportunities for computer…

Olympic College and Western Washington University are strengthening their partnership to increase enrollment in the community college and encourage more Olympic Peninsula residents to continue on to earn their four-year degrees at WWU. Washington’s rapid growth and development as a global hub of…

Ceci Lopez, an assistant professor in Western’s Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies and the director of the college’s Center for Law, Diversity and Justice, was recently given the 2022 Local Hero Award from the Washington State Bar Association.

Rajeev Majumdar, President of…

In the grief of immeasurable loss, LaTosha Brown is spending time contemplating the healing power of love – along with its challenges.  

“My heart has to expand,” Brown said Monday in her keynote speech at the MLK Day celebration at Western. “I gotta go deeper in this thing called love…

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is this Monday, Jan. 16. Together with our local and regional partners, the WWU community is honoring Dr. King with a day on for service, gratitude, and community.

The University's hybrid program is open to the public and will be keynoted by LaTosha Brown (…

When I arrived in the Methow Valley on a late June afternoon, there was no way I could have predicted the experience I was about to undergo. Driving down Highway 20 through the North Cascades was mesmerizing, and with every tree I passed, so did my excitement for the possibility and opportunity…

Jacqueline Hughes started at Western this fall as its Chief Diversity Officer, a new position at WWU that reports directly to the president. Western Today recently chatted with Hughes about her goals and plans for her time at the university and how she would like to maximize the role and impact…

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