The following was taken from an article written by Valerie Chapman-Stockwell (Public Affairs), which can be found here.
Joanna Lynn-Turner Sage
At the time I was enrolled at Central Washington University and the William O. Douglas Honors College the Honors College was transitioning from The Great Books Series program to the new Interdisciplinary program of classes. I got the unique opportunity to experience both programs, and the classes in both were incredibly rigorous academically and incredibly stimulating intellectually. Our teachers were concerned with how well we understood the material not only in a literal sense, but also how that information was applicable to other source material and the 'real world' outside of college.
My fellow students were smart, driven, and always willing to engage in
After graduating, I immediately entered the work force as part of the Aaron
The teachers and students I met during my four years at CWU and the DHC will always have a special place in my heart and mind. Knowledge is something I can always rely on and is something everyone has a right and privilege to.
Now that I have graduated, I have a responsibly to use that knowledge I
Lindsey Powers Gay
|- Received MA in English Literature from University of Colorado at Boulder|
- PhD Candidate in English Literature at University of Texas at Austin
(anticipated graduation 2017).
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The designation of Distinguished Professor is the highest award attainable at CWU and represents thSOURCE Showcases CWU Scholarship And Creative Expression
The Symposium On University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) celebrates its 19th year dedi“What Is Happiness” Course Inspires Students
A group of students in the DHC course titled “What is Happiness” decided to spread what they had