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Stop by the WUC building to check out ARE 433 Art Education students' most recent work. This participatory project was inspired by contemporary street artist Kelsey Montague and is absolutely beautiful! #wouwhatliftsyou ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

College of Education at Western Oregon University

Oregon Governor Kate Brown joins governors across the nation in proclaiming Nov. 12-16 International Educational Week. Backed by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education, the move is a show of support for programs that promote understanding of other countries and cultures, and in doing so, strengthen our own nation's peace and prosperity. bit.ly/2PtRfRg ... See MoreSee Less

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College of Education at Western Oregon University

In response to recent symbols of hate that were painted on a public street in Monmouth, we have joined Central School District 13J, City of Independence and City of Monmouth, Oregon - Government to create this letter for our community.

Here is a link to the letter (also attached to this post as an image): www.wou.edu/president/files/2018/11/community-letter-on-values-Nov-2018.pdf

The links at the bottom of the letter to each organization's policies and/or statements that affirm our stances against hate speech are here:

Central School District:
policy.osba.org/central/J/JBB%20D1.PDF

City of Independence:
www.ci.independence.or.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/mayor_and_council/res.17-1460.inclu...

City of Monmouth:
www.ci.monmouth.or.us/files/documents/document1375065842060217.pdf

Western Oregon University:
www.wou.edu/planning/mission-vision-values-purpose/
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College of Education at Western Oregon University

Are you (or were you) a first-generation college student? Today is the First-Generation College Celebration! Yes, we're celebrating YOU.

Nov. 8 marks the 53rd anniversary of the signing of the 1965 Higher Education Act (HEA), which has helped millions of students become the first members of their families to earn college degrees.

We would love to know your first-generation story in the comments so we can share them. If you'd prefer to stay anonymous, send us a message and we'll keep your story private.

Here are photos of a few stories from the first-gen celebration in the Advising Center. If you're on campus, swing by there and take a selfie and share your story.
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