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Nominations are now being accepted for the Diversity Achievement Award at Western Washington University, which every year recognizes those who demonstrate outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion at Western.

Over the last several years, faculty, staff and students have worked…

Western Washington University President Bruce Shepard and WWU Associated Students President Carly Roberts sent a message to the campus community Wednesday regarding Shepard's earlier blog post about diversity on campus.

The statement read:

As…

The Equal Opportunity Office has released the latest edition of Western Washington University’s Diversity Handbook. With contributions from individuals and departments across campus, the Handbook highlights over 350 impressive programs, initiatives, courses and activities that reflect…

On Monday, Jan. 20, more than 100 community members joined the Center for Service-Learning at this year’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Read-In at Village Books. The Read-In gave 24 Western student volunteers the opportunity to serve the community by reading books about diversity,…

In his latest blog post, Western Washington University President Bruce Shepard addresses the issue of diversity by answering the question, "What do you mean by saying, 'If we are as white in ten years as we are today, Western will have failed as a university'?"

He begins:

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., children ages 3 to 8 are invited to Village Books between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 20, to hear stories about diversity, multiculturalism and the Civil Rights Movement.

Western Washington University’s Center for Service-Learning and…

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