Equity and Inclusion Forum

Western Washington University’s Equity and Inclusion Forums and Dean of Students’ Office will host internationally known speaker on gender equity and LGBTQ advocacy Paula Stone Williams for a pair of presentations on campus on May 6 and 7.

Williams will present “Everything You Wanted to…

Are you a first year student who wants to add a few extra credits to your winter schedule? Or an undeclared student who wants to explore different disciplines? Or someone who has interest in the themes of this year's Western Reads book? This year only, we'…

Western's Equity and Inclusion Forum is bringing the "Hijabi Monologues" theatrical storytelling production to Western's Performing Arts Center Mainstage  Thursday, April 5 at 5 p.m.

Tickets are free from the WWU Box Office, 360-650-6146 or tickets.wwu.edu.…

Native American author, activist, musician and lawyer Gyasi Ross is coming to Western Washington University to present a trio of workshops and discussions focusing on empowerment, social justice and the strength of community on Feb. 20 and 21; all sessions are free and open to the public.

Ian Vincent, Men’s Resiliency specialist with Western’s Counseling Center, by his own admission didn’t come to Western as a student in 2012 feeling super-focused or driven.

In fact, it was just the opposite.

After stints at two community colleges and the Art…

Four classes in the Equity and Inclusion Training Series will be offered this month, including two devoted to the STEM field. 

Concept 3: Critical Conversations in the [STEM] workplace will be held Wednesday, Aug. 2.  Concept 1: Identifying, Understanding and Intervening in…

The Campus Equity and Inclusion Forums will host a new workshop on white privilege from 9-11 a.m. on Friday, May 26 in VU 462, led by WWU's Rand Jimerson.

This class will provide staff, supervisors, faculty, and students an opportunity to learn about the concept of white…

Have you made plans for Spring Break yet?  We’ve got ideas for you!

Find out how well you really know Bellingham during Alternative Spring Break, a series of FREE events designed for new students, staff, and faculty, and open to all! Bring your friends, partners, and family…

“First Person: Diverse Student Stories,” a play in the words of Western Washington University students told from the perspective of students of color, differing abilities, ethnicities and gender identities, will be performed at 3:30 – 5 p.m. and 7:30 – 9 p.m., both…

Sixteen current and former Western faculty and staff were recognized at the Squalicum Boathouse where they were presented with plaques for completing workshops in all four learning concepts in the Campus Equity and Inclusion Forum.

“When these 16 folks signed up for these workshops…

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