Curating and Presenting Lasting Literature: WWU's Bellingham Review
Join us for a webinar featuring Susanne Paola, managing editor of Western's literary journal, the Bellingham Review, along with MFA candidate Stephen Haines, and previous assistant managing editor and MFA graduate Jai Dulani. The panel will be discussing the daily functions of a literary journal, how we create collaborations between faculty and graduate students, and how we create relationships with writers in this country and across borders.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 12:00 pm
(Pacific Standard Time)
News from the College
- Grief, fear, helplessness fill Indians overseas. It’s a wake-up call too
- WWU to host Susan Burch May 18 for 'Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions'
- WWU's Sheryl Bernardo-Hinesley to discuss the Philippines' vanishing Cavite Chabacano language May 13
- WWU’s Ray Wolpow Institute to Stream Critically Acclaimed Film ‘Transit’ May 7-14
- University of Minnesota's Jillian Fish to present 'The Ecology of Storytelling in Native America' May 10
- Research Recap for April 30
CHSS at a Glance
We are proud to be the largest college at WWU with fourteen departments and three interdisciplinary programs, offering over 50 bachelor's degrees and 12 graduate degrees. Our faculty have a record of excellence in their scholarly activities, teaching, and service to the community, college, and university.
2019-2020 Outstanding Graduates
Graduates from the Humanities
- Shapei Baker, Chinese
- Nancy Brill, Spanish
- Ray Garcia, Journalism,
- Sofia Marcheal Jensen, French
- Holly Lund, German
- Elizabeth Moorhead, Global Humanities and Religions
- Hokulani Rivera, English – Creative Writing and Anthropology
- Samia Saliba, History
- Moira (Marielle) J. Stockton, English Literature
- Megan Zahn, Communication Studies
Please read the full Western Today article about our Outstanding Humanities Graduates.
Graduates from the Social Sciences
- Erin Dhalman-Oeth, Sociology
- Emily Hillman, Linguistics
- Emmalene Madsen, East Asian Studies
- Jessica Mendiola, Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Iva Reckling, Recreation
- Hokulani Rivera, Anthropology and English – Creative Writing
- Rowan Salton, Psychology
- Piper Tolbert, Political Science
- Emma Toth, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Please read the full Western Today article about our Outstanding Social Sciences Graduates.
History Department's Mart Stewart receives teaching award from Agricultural History Society
WWU Professor of History Mart Stewart has been awarded the Inaugural James C. Giesen Teaching Excellence Award in Agricultural and Rural History by the Agricultural History Society, awarded to a nominee who has achieved distinction in the teaching of agricultural and rural history. The colleagues and students who nominated Stewart and the Giesen Award Committee cited several features of his teaching record as distinctive.
According to the Award Committee, “(Stewart's) teaching career has highlighted the social, environmental, political, and economic facets of making a living from the land. He has thought deeply about the significance of rural people and their experiences, not only bringing his own research to bear in the classroom but also in the field experiences he has developed for students.”