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This past winter, a popular article circulated on social media platforms with the headline, “Adjunct professor hoping some student leaves behind warm pair of gloves.” In the article, originally published by satirical newspaper “The Onion,” a 41-year-old faculty member hoped one of their students…

The Council on International Education Exchange, a Western Washington University-affiliated study abroad program, has announced its second-annual Generation Study Abroad Access Grant. The grant awards $20,000 to an innovative CIEE custom or faculty-led program each year that increases…

The Council on International Exchange, a Western Washington University-affiliated study abroad partner, awarded $76,000 in grants to WWU students to study abroad in fall 2016. The grants were in support of the Institute of International Education Generation Study Abroad initiative.…

The state of Washington is justifiably famous for innovative genius sparking entirely new technologies and business models, from retail coffee to computer software, from online shopping to composite materials for jetliners. We have much to be proud of in our great state.

The Budget Office at Western Washington University is looking for feedback on the recommendation from the president, vice presidents and deans for operating budget decision packages to be sent to Olympia for the 2017-2019 biennial budget. The recommendation can be found on the Budget Office…

Earlier this year, Rick and Barbara Osen expressed their wish to make a gift to Western Libraries that would have a lasting impact. On April 5, 2016, members of Western Libraries joined the Osens in recognition and celebration of the establishment of the “Rick and Barbara Osen Endowment…

The Student Technology Fee Committee asks for student, faculty, and staff comments on the STF Tech Initiatives proposals for the current academic year. Comments are due May 9.

The 10 proposals are available for review on the STF website. From the STF home page of www.wwu.edu/stf/, click…

Four power-producing bicycles were installed in the Wade King Student Recreation Center this past week, thanks to the student-initiated grant project, RECycling Your Power, funded by a Sustainable Action Fund grant.

The project purchased two upright bikes and two recumbent…

A discussion on searching for non-federal funds continues the Research and Sponsored Programs spring series of workshops aimed at helping faculty and staff write more effective proposals to external agencies.

Tracey Finch, the pre-award manager for RSP, will lead the discussion,…

Have you ever been curious how to fix a bike tire flat, adjust a derailleur or make your brakes tighter?

Several 30-minute Fix-It workshops are planned for spring quarter to help riders keep their bicycles in tip-top shape, learn how to fix common issues and gain a foundational…

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