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Study being done to get a better understanding of area's bumblebees

A new study is underway to identify the number — and types — of bumblebees in Skagit and Whatcom counties.

The study, which is led by Western Washington University graduate student Annie Jolliff, will also provide information about when the bees emerge from their nests…

WWU students win awards at Our New Gold International Digital Storytelling Festival 2023-06-21
WWU grad student's new play gets a New England stage debut 2023-06-02
Biochemistry major Elise Tahti is Western's newest Goldwater Scholar 2023-05-18
Five WWU students awarded prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for the 2023-2024 school year 2023-05-16
Faculty/Student Group Collaborations Kick Off Scholar's Week Tuesday, May 16 2023-05-15
Recent Western Graduate Dexter Davis Receives an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for 2023 2023-05-05
WWU students envision new life for ocean plastics

Each year, hundreds of tons of plastics wash up along Alaska’s remote shorelines — from buoys to nets to plastic bottles. At Western Washington University, students are reimagining the future of those plastics. 

In 2019, Western’s polymer materials engineering program

Western Student Aimee Long Receives Prestigious Undergraduate Research Fellowship 2023-04-27
Scholars Week 2023 Accepting Showcase Submissions April 24-28 2023-04-17
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