Environmental Journalism senior and Honors Program student Becky Tachihara spent a summer in the Siberian Arctic with the Polaris Project, funded by the National Science Foundation. Tachihara will discuss the adventure, and other research opportunities available to Honors Program students at Fall Family Open House.
Visiting the Center for Service-Learning (CSL) in Wilson Library is the best way for students to learn more about volunteer opportunities and upcoming service projects. The CSL offers a variety of resources for students.
It's more important than ever for students to have accurate information about starting salaries and to develop the financial literacy skills to make wise decisions about how to cover their educational expenses.
Viking CareerLink features on-campus recruiting requests, hosts an interactive calendar of upcoming career fairs, information sessions, workshops and other special events. Students can upload their resumes, cover letters, and transcript and make them visible to employers.
Prothero's New York Times bestseller "Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know–and Doesn't" (HarperOne, 2007), is the Western Reads Book for 2011-12. The author will discuss religion and American culture during his visit to campus and answer questions following the talk.
The $51.5 million project, funded by the Washington State Legislature, included renovations to classrooms, computer labs, offices and support facilities for Woodring College of Education, Department of Modern and Classical Languages and the Center for International Studies.
The work also produced about $78 million in economic revenue and about 500 jobs in Whatcom County. A public re-dedication ceremony will be Nov. 2