WWU President Sabah Randhawa was the guest on the Season 4 Finale of Spark Science, a podcast sponsored by Bellingham's Spark Museum, and hosted by Dr. Regina Barber DeGraaff, WWU STEM Outreach and Inclusion Specialist and instructor in the Physics and Astronomy department. In this episode, Sabah recounts his Read more
June 19, 2018
To the Campus Community:
As the regular academic year comes to a close and our campus community shifts into the distinct rhythms of summer, I want to thank you for your continued commitment and contributions to advance Western. I often comment that our graduates are the most important contribution we make to society. To deliver on this promise, we just graduated almost 2,200 students during our spring Commencement ceremonies. As I participated in Commencement, I was proud of our graduates and deeply appreciative of our faculty and staff—to the faculty for Read more
“History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.”Blog Post Thu, 04/05/2018 - 10:27
“History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.”
During a recent trip to Washington, D.C. to visit members of our federal delegation and supporters of Western, Uzma and I took advantage of an open afternoon to visit, for the first time, The National Museum of African American History and Culture. We could have spent the entire day and more—there is so much to learn, absorb, and to reflect upon.
During the few hours we were at the Museum, I learned new facts about Read more
The 2018 Supplemental Budget, which was finalized by the state legislature earlier this week, establishes a new undergraduate degree program in Marine, Coastal and Watershed Sciences, as well as funding to develop an Early Childhood Education program in partnership with Olympic College as part of the Western on the Peninsulas program.
The operating budget also directs WWU to conduct a study exploring the feasibility of creating a four-year degree granting campus on the Kitsap or Olympic Read more
Dear Campus Community,
In response to my recent message “Nurturing a Safe Campus Community,” I received several questions on the issue of gun violence, which I believe justifies a follow-up email on this important issue. We have all been affected by the images of enraged, scared and exhausted students, parents and educators wondering what can be done to stop school shootings like the most recent incident that claimed the lives of 17 people at a Florida high school.
First, I want to remind you that, per state law ( Read more