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A plan to train, retain a diverse teacher workforce


Larry Delaney and Sabah Randhawa

Special to The Seattle Times

When we think about a favorite teacher, many of us think of a teacher who has shared our experience, our culture or recognized us in a fundamental way. We remember the teacher who understood us, not just as…

Alumna Nora Selander returns to campus as its new director of Government Relations 2023-01-24
WWU requests funding from Whatcom County Council for Longhouse

Whatcom County Council is considering a request from Western Washington University for $75,000 in funding for the creation of a traditional Coast Salish style Longhouse.

The council unanimously offered verbal support for the project at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 22. Whatcom County…

Colleges need legislative support to help transfer students attain 4-year degrees


For many Washington residents, particularly in underserved areas, the path to a four-year baccalaureate education and greater social mobility often begins in our community college system.

But too few of the students who enter community…

From the President's Blog: Ways To Participate in Shaping the Future of Western's Food Service Options 2019-11-19
Workers install new 'college town' banners in Poulsbo as planning gets underway for future expansion 2019-03-18
On the Tragic Racist Violence in New Zealand 2019-03-15
Campus Holiday Celebration Wednesday, Dec. 12 2018-11-26
Students are invited for 'Sandwiches with Sabah' Wednesday, Oct. 17 2018-10-15
A bridge to the past and a monument of hope moving forward dedicated in Bellingham

The installation ceremony for the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation, a granite monument honoring the sacrifices and contributions of Whatcom County’s immigrants, was held Saturday morning at Bellingham City Hall. Sabah Randhawa,…

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