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|WWU Creates New Mountain Environments Research Institute||2017-03-27|
|WWU's Adventure Learning Grant Program to Send Students to the Caribbean, Central and South America in 2015-16||2015-10-15|
|WWU Geologist Pete Stelling Researching Geothermal Power Sources in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands||2015-02-25|
|Community Service: A Day in the Field with NSEA||2014-11-21|
|PISCES Rover tackles first test||
University of Hawaii at Hilo Robotics Technicians Max Kerr and Casey Pearring, along with Akamai intern Nasre Manasrah of UH Maui College (UHMC), and summer volunteer Matt Takemoto of Western Washington University, all contributed to the successful mountainside traverse that tested the rover’s…
|Mysterious epidemic devastates starfish population off the Pacific Coast||
Something strange is happening in Seattle’s waters. Laura James was one of the first to notice. She alerted scientists when starfish began washing up on the shores near her home.
|Bainbridge duo part of winning WWU team||
Two students from Bainbridge Island are members of the Western Washington University team that won second place in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Manufacturing Challenge.
The competition was March 19 in Long Beach, Calif., and teams were asked to create a manufacturing process for…
|State House Honors Western for Peace Corps Achievement||2013-02-21|
|Western to again offer service-learning in Rwanda||2013-02-15|
|Western student big fan of Spikeball||
As a business student at Western Washington University, Tim Newell can appreciate holding a local sports monopoly.
He would, however, like to see as many people as possible get interested in playing Spikeball.
"As far as I know, I'm the only person in Bellingham who has…