Room MH 131
Due to cancelations by ticket holders who are challenged by snow in getting to the evening event at Mount Baker Theatre, we are offering seats to those on the wait list. Please email Woodring@wwu.edu if you are interested in coming as soon as possible.
Dr. Grandin is in Bellingham and both programs promise to be as fulfilling as we had hoped.
Your safety should be your utmost concern.
Free informal Q&A focused on How Families and Schools can Support Individuals with Autism, from 4-5pm at the WWU Performing Arts Center. No pre-registration required.
Parking Lot C has been reserved from 3:30 on for free parking. Please allow plenty of time to get to the PAC from your vehicle.
Evening Event - Please email Woodring@wwu.edu if you currently have tickets and do not plan to attend due to weather.
** This event is SOLD OUT ** Due to weather conditions, we are getting cancellations and will be contacting people on the current waiting list Tuesday around noon to see if they are able to attend
Due to the overflow crowd and general seating, there will be NO SAVING OF SEATS at the Mount Baker Theatre. Your party must be seated together.
The book signing will be in the lobby. Village Books will be set up to sell books prior to the presentation, as well as during the signing.
Viking Union Multipurpose Room, WWU, Bellingham. For information, contact HS.Bellingham@wwu.edu, 360-650-7759, MH 318C.
Viking Union 462 A/B
Please join us for a Human Services internship discussion panel including:
- Marilyn Chu, Associate Professor, WWU, Early Childhood Education
- Tracey Pyscher, Assistant Professor, WWU, Secondary Education
- Jon Rylaarsdam, Foster Care Director, Secret Harbor
- Kristi Slette, Executive Director, Whatcom Family Community Network
This event is open to all students, faculty and community members.
For more information, contact Hope Corbin.
For disability accommodations, contact Misti Williams.
Come join us for ice cream and fun at our 9th annual open house! Located in MH 005, it will be an evening of fall festivities,collaboration, connections,coalition building & courageous conversations!
The number of opportunities to listen, in person, to survivors of the Holocaust describe their tragic experiences and inspire us with their wisdom are passing; therefore, it is with honor and respect that the Northwest Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Ethnocide Education welcomes Mrs. Noémi Ban to Western Washington University’s campus.
Mrs. Ban’s story is one of loss, tragedy, resiliency, hope, and inspiration. A survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Mrs. Ban lost her mother, grandmother, and younger sister and brother to the horrors of the death camps, and she later was imprisoned in the slave labor camp at Buchenwald. After the Holocaust, she was witness to the 1956 Soviet repression of the anti-communist uprising in Hungary. Later in life, Mrs. Ban also experienced her husband Earnest’s attenuated struggle with aphasia, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease. Her belief that sharing is healing has brought her once more to Western’s campus, where she will speak of her experience.
Join us in Arntzen 100 for this talk.
Palliative Care Institute
Center for Spiritual Living
2224 Yew St. Road
The Palliative Care Institute is hosting another community conversation to help you and your loved ones make the choices that align with your wishes and values when you are faced with serious illness or end of life. This afternoon workshop will include presentations by medical professionals on a number of possible end of life choices, discussions about how a dementia diagnosis impacts these choices, the legal issues involved and stories from family members whose loved ones have made these choices.
Registration is now open. More information about the workshop can be found here.
You are invited to attend an Information Session for TESOL
Room MH 152