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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…

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.

Human Resources has updated the list of employees who are eligible to receive shared leave in accordance with RCW 41.04.650 to include only the following names:

Ryan Hayes

Employees may donate vacation leave, accrued sick leave and personal holiday leave as long as the donations don…

The time for faculty and staff to join wait lists for their favorite parking lots is here.

Online wait lists for a 2016-17 parking permit began Monday, July 11. Those interested should log into the Parking Portal to complete the waitlist process.

The opportunity will be…

With the support of the president, the two classified staff unions on campus (Washington Federation of State Employees and Public School Employees) together select one of their members to receive this award, which is presented each year at opening convocation in the fall.

Criteria: …

John Lawson, Western Washington University's vice provost for Information Technology and chief information officer, is retiring after 10 years at Western.

A party was held in his honor on Thursday, June 30, in the Old Main Solarium.

Photos by Jonathan Williams / WWU

Bruce Shepard, Western Washington University’s president for the last eight years, will step down at the end of the day Thursday, June 30.

Shepard’s last day comes nearly eight years since he took the helm and just more than a year after he announced his retirement.

“I think you…

After facilitating many software upgrades, Susan Brown, the manager of ATUS Software Services, will upgrade her status to "Retired" on July 1. The Western Washington University community is invited to celebrate her 21 years at Western at an informal gathering from 9 to 10:30…

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