CWU Game On! Program Awarded $210,000 from Legislature, Charlotte Martin Foundation

The Charlotte Martin Foundation has awarded $10,000 to the $200,000 that the  Washington State Legislature provided Central Washington to support Game On!, the only STEM-exploratory program of its kind that teaches computer coding, social skills, and values through socccer with a university par...

CWU Professor Leads Service Learning in Guam

Mark Perez grew up in Sinajana, attended the University of Guam, taught at the Department of Youth Affairs and Southern High School, and eventually left to obtain his master's degree and doctorate in the mainland.That was 20 years ago.Now a professor of health education at Central Washington Univers...

CWU music professor attends Marine Corps workshop

Central Washington University trumpet professor John Harbaugh was one of 27 music educators selected from California, Oregon, Washington and Nevada to attend an all-expense paid trip to the Marine Corps music education workshop in Washington D.C.The workshop included presentations by the “President’...

Wildcats Ranked 11th in Street and Smith's 2018 Preseason Football Poll

The 2018 Street & Smith's College Football Yearbook has Central Washington ranked 11th in its preseason rankings.  The Wildcats are the only Great Northwest Athletic Conference program ranked in the Top 25, a one of six teams from Super Region 4 (#3 Minnesota State, #6 Texas A&M Commerc...

Ode to Childhood Exhibit Explores Poignant Themes of Identity

Explore themes of adolescence and identity in a poignant new exhibit by recent Central Washington University graduate Austin Harris. An Ode to Childhood, hosted by the CWU Office of the Provost, is currently open to the public 8:00–5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.There will be a reception ...

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