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Fighting 'Imposter Syndrome:' WWU working to recruit more female students into Computer Science, Math
When Hailey Fagerness of Snohomish was a senior in high school and taking AP calculus, she struggled with deciding what college to go to and what to study.
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Welcome to "Tuesday Q&A," a weekly story where issues of broad topical interest are viewed through the lens of the research expertise of Western's faculty.Read more about Tuesday Q&A: History has given us a wealth of walls to study ... so do they work?
Over the last 30 years, the Collins family has collected college degrees the way some people collect postage stamps or rare coins. The family of four has racked up nine degrees in total including… Read more about The Collins Family: A dedication to community service and and a lifelong passion for education
An exhibit of printed posters featuring images and text from picture books that provide an international perspective on conflict, peace, and humanity, will be on display in Galleries 2, 3, and 4… Read more about Western Libraries Hosting ‘Hello, Dear Enemy! Picture Books for Peace and Humanity’ Through March 22
"From the gentle opening to the crashing final chords, Plano played with authority. He made the piano sing and even his loud passages were easy on the ears. His cadenzas were impeccable and… Read more about Roberto Plano Sanford-Hill Piano Series
Enjoy a well-deserved date night while your kids have a fun-filled evening through Kids Night Out @ Western (KNOW). Students in grades K-5 will explore hands-on, inquiry-based science and end the… Read more about Kids Night Out @ Western - Become a Sea Life Photographer