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The Student Technology Fee (STF) Committee is accepting Tech Initiatives abstracts for the current academic year. All Western employees and students may apply.

Abstracts from employees are due January 15.

Tech Initiatives make up 12.43 percent of the Student…

SAP Concur, Western’s new electronic travel and expense management solution, is scheduled to replace TEM in 2020!

Why is TEM being replaced?

Ellucian, TEM’s vendor, stopped providing updates to the application in 2016 as they transitioned to offer a different software…

Take the bus to work! Reduce noise and air pollution and keep dollars in your bank account by taking the bus to work - even if it is only 1-2 times a week it will make a difference. Contact Jillian Trinkaus (x7245) in the Office of Sustainable Transportation for trip planning help. More…

She waited to receive the award at the bottom on the ramp in a room full of her peers, clothed tables and plated dinners at Tulalip Resort Casino. The Executive Director of the Washington State Nurses Association took the stage to present the Leadership and Management Award to Western’s Sarah…

With the morning frost we have seen this past week, now is the time for my seasonal reminder of what campus should expect when the region is predicted to have or is experiencing winter precipitation – snow, sleet, slush, freezing rain, and everything in between.

As a winter storm…

Western Washington University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is pleased to announce that Asche Rider has completed the Washington State SBDC Network certification process.

“Our statewide network of SBDC centers requires business advisors to complete a rigorous 6-month long…

Western faculty are invited to participate in a one-day forum focusing on internationalizing the curriculum and the faculty’s role in internationalizing the university.

The forum will take place on campus on Saturday 17 November from 10:00 – 15:30. Participants will discuss resources…

Please see the line-up below. We have added a couple of new workshops. Check them out!

Find Your Fire! And bring it to community action! April 12, 2018, 12-1 pm, Humanities 210

Interested in getting more active in our community, but not sure where you can best contribute?…

ATUS' Teaching, Learning and Technology area will be offering the following free learning opportunities for faculty and staff as well as students who teach. If you would like any of these added to your calendar use the 'add to Outlook' links to add items to your calendar.

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is committed to assisting faculty with scholarly/creative activities by providing small grants. Please refer to the RSP website for additional information on these grants and helpful information on writing the requests before your submission.

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