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Woodring College of Education facilitates life-long learning through exemplary teaching to prepare quality education, health, and human services professionals for meaningful careers.
From January 30 - February 3, Woodring College of Education will hold its second annual Black Lives Matter at School Conference. This week of action is part of the National Black Lives Matter at Schools Week of Action and Year of Purpose campaign taking place in cities across the U.S.Read more about Black Lives Matter at School Conference 2023
In the News
Kevin Roxas has been selected to serve a fixed term as the dean of Woodring College of Education.
Roxas currently serves as associate dean for student success, access and outreach for Woodring and has served as chair for Secondary Education for more than six years.Read more about Kevin Roxas to serve fixed term as dean of Woodring College of Education
Please join us in sending our best wishes to our faculty and staff members who will be leaving Western at the end of the academic year.Read more about Woodring Well Wishes!
Western Associate Professor of Secondary Education and Education & Social Justice Verónica Vélez has been named Community Partner of the Year as part of Bellingham Public Schools' Bellingham Promise Awards.Read more about Woodring's Vélez named Community Partner of the Year by Bellingham Public Schools
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Making a gift to the Woodring College of Education will make a difference for students.
Your gift will help to provide the best possible learning experience and the latest in knowledge and professional readiness for students by supporting scholarships, cutting edge technology and information access, as well as faculty and program support.
Give to the Trula Nicholas Memorial Fund
Trula Morehead Nicholas, an associate professor in Woodring’s Human Services Program, passed away peacefully at her home in Bellingham on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020.
Trula had a passionate and undying commitment to the pursuit of social justice and to the building of community through collaboration with others, and the purpose of this fund in her name is to support collaborative projects that reflect the spirit of the projects that she worked on during her lifetime.