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.


Equity and Diversity
February 11, 2019

Equity and Diversity

Center for Educational Equity and Diversity to launch peer reviewed e-journal

Discovery Preschool
January 14, 2019

Discovery Preschool

School of Education and Psychology expands hours for preschool program serving ages three to five

Advancing systemic equity grant
June 13, 2018

Advancing systemic equity grant

School of Education and Psychology receives state grant to further its mission with CEED

Digital learning technologies
May 17, 2018

Digital learning technologies

Psychology professor brings technology and innovation to the classroom

Special education program
February 22, 2018

Special education program

WWU offering newly restructured program for special education teachers

STEM Meet Up
February 12, 2018

STEM Meet Up

Upcoming job fair to help STEM majors network

HIPPY educational materials
January 23, 2018

HIPPY educational materials

Maria Bastien completes doctor of philosophy degree in education

Toy hack workshop
January 14, 2018

Toy hack workshop

Two WWU clubs modify toys for children with disabilities

Career services
December 28, 2017

Career services

New services at WWU support the ladder of student success by providing tools for job placement

Happy 125th birthday!
December 04, 2017

Happy 125th birthday!

WWU marks 125th anniversary with day-long celebration on Thursday, Dec. 7

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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