publications

The sixth volume of Occam’s Razor is being published soon, and the publication is throwing a party to help celebrate.

Occam’s Razor is Western Washington University's annual interdisciplinary publication showcasing exceptional academic work by undergraduate…

Sheila Webb, a professor in the Department of Journalism at Western Washington University, had her research article on Life magazine, "Creating Life: America’s Most Potent Editorial Force," published in the latest issue of "Journalism & Communication Monographs…

Farrokh Safavi, a professor of finance and marketing in the College of Business and Economics, presented a paper titled “To Join or not to Join: The Iranian Bankers’ Readiness to Take the Challenge of the World Trade Organization (WTO)” at The International…

Devyani Chandran and Hope Corbin, assistant professors in Western's Department of Health and Community Studies, had a paper published recently in the Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life and Palliative Care. The article, "An Ecological Understanding of Caregiver Experiences in…

Javier Berzal de Dios, an assistant professor of art, had his article "A Note on Deleuze and Renaissance Art" published in "SubStance" Vol. 45, No. 1.

The article may be viewed online here.

Genét Simone, academic program director of Elementary / Special Education at Western Washington University's Bremerton Olympic College campus, co-authored a chapter in the recently published book "The Handbook of Mindfulness in Education."

Simone's chapter is titled…

Western CEDAR (an acronym for Contributing to Education through Digital Access to Research) is an institutional repository that was launched in the fall of 2014 as a service of Western Libraries, in partnership with Western’s Graduate School, Office of the Provost, and the Office of…

Mark I. Greenberg, dean of Libraries at Western Washington University, had his article “Open Access Publishing in Higher Education: Charting the Challenging Course to Academic and Financial Sustainability,” published in the Journal of Educational Controversy.

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