Canadian-American Studies & Border Policy Research Institute at 2014 AS Info Fair
WWU Students enrolled in faculty-led program in Montreal (Summer 2014)
Canada House at Western Washington University
Students in Can/Am 200, Introduction to Canadian Studies
The Canadian-American Studies 40th Anniversary Scholarship is offered annually.
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Ian Faulds, Canadian-American Studies 40th Anniversary Scholarship recipient.
Tikal Mayan ruins in Guatemala.
International Business students at the Focus Canada: Canadian-American Business Seminar
Professor Christina Keppie at the Taste of Canada
Don Alper addressing Beyond the Border Forum at World Trade Center in Seattle


New Course Offering
Spring 2015

This class will be exploring Québec’s unique political and cultural identity through its location and geography and the various dimensions of its international relationships. One of main themes that will be guiding the students in this class will be Québec’s growing interest towards the circumpolar world in an era of climate change. This will also give us the opportunity to address Québec-Canada-U.S. relations in this timely moment of 2015 when the U.S. kicks off its second Arctic Council chairmanship in May 2015.

Because of its focus on environment, economic and political issues, this is a perfect class for Huxley, Economics and Political Science students.