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English Dept.'s Theresa Warburton awarded Yale's McClintock Fellowship

English News - Mon, 12/05/2016 - 3:14pm

Theresa Warburton, a faculty member in English and WGSS, was awarded the Walter McClintock Fellowship, a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. She will spend one month in residence at the library looking at the papers of Laguna Pueblo writer Leslie Marmon Silko.

English Dept.'s Theresa Warburton awarded Yale's McClintock Fellowship

CHSS Publications - Mon, 12/05/2016 - 3:14pm

Theresa Warburton, a faculty member in English and WGSS, was awarded the Walter McClintock Fellowship, a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. She will spend one month in residence at the library looking at the papers of Laguna Pueblo writer Leslie Marmon Silko.

English Dept.'s Theresa Warburton awarded Yale's McClintock Fellowship

News - Mon, 12/05/2016 - 3:14pm

Theresa Warburton, a faculty member in English and WGSS, was awarded the Walter McClintock Fellowship, a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. She will spend one month in residence at the library looking at the papers of Laguna Pueblo writer Leslie Marmon Silko.

English Dept.'s Kami Westhoff publishes "Sleepwalker," new book of poems

English News - Fri, 12/02/2016 - 9:25am

Western Washington University Senior Instructor of English Kami Westhoff has published a new book of poems titled "Sleepwalker," which has been awarded the 2016 Minerva Rising Chapbook prize. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in journals including Meridian, Phoebe, Third Coast, River City, The Madison Review, and Sundog Lit. Her short story "The Ways You Are Gone" received the 2007 Editor's Prize from Carve Magazine. She teaches creative writing, and is the faculty adviser for Jeopardy Magazine.

English Dept.'s Kami Westhoff publishes "Sleepwalker," new book of poems

News - Fri, 12/02/2016 - 9:25am

Western Washington University Senior Instructor of English Kami Westhoff has published a new book of poems titled "Sleepwalker," which has been awarded the 2016 Minerva Rising Chapbook prize. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in journals including Meridian, Phoebe, Third Coast, River City, The Madison Review, and Sundog Lit. Her short story "The Ways You Are Gone" received the 2007 Editor's Prize from Carve Magazine. She teaches creative writing, and is the faculty adviser for Jeopardy Magazine.

Western’s Jeff Carroll Awarded New $800k Grant to Research Huntington’s Disease

Psychology News - Tue, 11/29/2016 - 10:33am

BELLINGHAM ­– Western Washington University Associate Professor of Psychology Jeff Carroll has secured an $806,805 grant to assist in his continuing research into the causes and potential treatments for Huntington’s disease, a fatal genetic degenerative brain disorder.

Western’s Jeff Carroll Awarded New $800k Grant to Research Huntington’s Disease

News - Tue, 11/29/2016 - 10:33am

BELLINGHAM ­– Western Washington University Associate Professor of Psychology Jeff Carroll has secured an $806,805 grant to assist in his continuing research into the causes and potential treatments for Huntington’s disease, a fatal genetic degenerative brain disorder.

After the Know-Nothings

News - Tue, 11/22/2016 - 11:32am

Election 2016 Results Discussion & Obama Presidency Retrospective

Political Science News - Mon, 11/21/2016 - 10:02am

Join the WWU Political Science Association and PLSC 423: The American Presidency from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22 in Parks Hall 146 to discuss the results of the election and hold a retrospective on the Obama presidency. Free and open to the campus community.

Discussion leaders: Sara Weir and Chris Towler.

Bellingham’s Past, Preserved

News - Fri, 11/18/2016 - 2:53pm

WWU students, faculty working to educate the public on the plight of the homeless

News - Tue, 11/15/2016 - 11:25am

A service-learning project that began with students offering backpacks to the homeless has evolved into a full-blown film festival and educational campaign.

While brainstorming ideas for a service-learning project in 2014, Associate Professor of Communication Studies Tara Perry and a student teaching assistant landed on the idea of filling backpacks with supplies and giving them to people experiencing homelessness in Bellingham. The project sparked a fire in Perry.

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