Since 1969, WWU’s Huxley College of the Environment has enjoyed a reputation as a premier institution for the education of future environmental experts and leaders. Our distinctive, interdisciplinary curriculum grants degrees from the Department of Environmental Studies (B.A., B.A.E., M.A., M.Ed.) and the Department of Environmental Sciences (B.S., M.S.). Each department offers multiple majors, from urban planning and environmental policy to estuarine science and terrestrial ecology.
In the first of a two-part Q&A, WWU's Doug Clark (Geology) and John Rybczyk (Environmental Science) talk about their research and how their fieldwork is increasingly tied to some aspect of
Huxley in the News
In the second part of a Q&A that began with WWU scientists Doug Clark and John Rybczyk last week, Warren Cornwall, the faculty advisor for WWU's student-produced environmental magazine, T
A retirement celebration for Bonnie Drewes to honor her more than 30 years at Western will be held from 3-5 p.m.on Thursday Jan. 31 in the Solarium, Old Main 590.
Western Washington University is embarking on a new brand campaign, called “Make Waves,” which launched on Jan.
The Planet Magazine
The Planet is a publication class offered through the Environmental Studies department. It combines the environmental focus of Huxley College with the writing and reporting skills taught in the journalism department to produce a quarterly environmental magazine, which is published in print version as well as online. The Planet class is advised by Warren Cornwall.