The Office of Sustainability at Western Washington University has released its GEF rap video advertising for sustainability project applications. The Green Energy Fee program has $300,000 annually to spend on various sustainability projects at Western, proposed and led by students.
Western Washington University will host its 6th Annual Back2Bellingham reunion weekend for alumni, families, students, faculty, staff and the community on May 15-17.
Spring brings with it some big changes on Western Washington University's Bellingham campus. WWU photographer Rhys Logan set out to document a few of the changes that have taken place over the past couple months.
Andrew Bishop, who graduated from Woodring College of Education's elementary education program in 2012, shared this music video with us today of he and his colleagues at Jefferson Elementary in the Mount Vernon School District.
Dennis Murphy, a Western Washington University alumnus who served as dean of the College of Business and Economics for 25 years, addressed Western graduates and their families at the winter Commencement ceremony on Saturday, March 21, in Carver Gymnasium.
The ceremony also included a presentation of the President’s Award to Whatcom County residents Irwin and Frances LeCocq for their service to the community.
Approximately 505 undergraduates and about 45 master’s candidates received degrees this quarter.
Dennis Murphy, a Western Washington University alumnus who served as dean of the College of Business and Economics for 25 years, addressed Western graduates and their families at the winter commencement ceremony on Saturday, March 21, in Carver Gymnasium.
The winter 2015 commencement ceremony’s student speaker was Marguerite Balch, who received her Bachelor of Arts in Education degree in Early Childhood Education. Balch, from Lynnwood, is a student teacher in a first-grade class at Garfield Elementary School in Everett.
The winter 2015 commencement ceremony included a presentation of the President’s Award, Western’s highest community honor, to Irwin and Frances LeCocq.
Irwin LeCocq is the former president of Peoples Bank, and Frances LeCocq was the bank’s community affairs officer. They are also strong supporters of the arts, education and the community’s social safety net.
"Do you Really Want to Know?" is a documentary about the complex emotional, ethical and psychological issues surrounding the new frontier of predictive genetic testing.
The film, by academy award-winning documentary filmmaker John Zaritsky, features Jeff Carroll, assistant professor in the Behavioral Neuroscience program, and his family as they confront the decision of whether or not to be tested for Huntington's Disease (HD).
Students in Woodring College of Education's SEC 444 class, taught by Lauren McClanahan, went out into the local high school community this past quarter to find and tell interesting stories.