News from the School of Education and Psychology

There's lots happening in the School of Education and Psychology!

Read our latest news stories and browse our publications.


COVID-19
March 16, 2020

COVID-19

WWU announces move to online format for winter-quarter finals and start of spring quarter

Natural, playful, and social environment
February 24, 2020

Natural, playful, and social environment

WWU Discovery Preschool receives 2019 Best of College Place Award

Commitment to service
January 29, 2020

Commitment to service

Annual WWU Community Service Award is presented to Austin Archer

Student teaching hours
July 16, 2019

Student teaching hours

Education program shifts to full year student teaching practicum

Class of 2019
July 08, 2019

Class of 2019

WWU presents degrees to 449 students from around the world

2019 graduation weekend
May 29, 2019

2019 graduation weekend

Acclaimed author and pastor Karl Haffner to speak for 2019 commencement

Distinguished Scholar Lecture
May 12, 2019

Distinguished Scholar Lecture

Stanford University professor Sam Wineburg to address intelligence in the digital age for WWU Distinguished Scholar Lecture

Vital voices within education
April 30, 2019

Vital voices within education

Seattle-based education advocate to share community stories about the lifelong impact of educators

Small schools
April 22, 2019

Small schools

Education professor receives grant to conduct research in Pacific Northwest

New Makerspace in Smith Hall
April 11, 2019

New Makerspace in Smith Hall

Education department creates a space for education majors to practice hands-on learning

Dean's Desk

The Dean's Desk is the weekly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.


Ethos

Ethos is the quarterly newsletter for the School of Education and Psychology. It is dedicated to improving communication between our departmental students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other interested parties and friends. If you have suggestions, announcements, or stories to share, please contact Emily Appel. Your input is important to us.

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