Robert Moser is a senior studying for a triple major in History, Philosophy / Religious Studies, and Russian. He graduated from Oley Valley High School in Pennsylvania in 2005 and worked as a post burner for that state’s East Penn Manufacturing. He and his wife came to CWU in 2011 so he could pursue his degree.
Moser is active in CWU’s campus community. He’s a member of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society and serves as a student representative to the University Student Conduct Council, the Board of Academic Appeals and Academic Standing Council, and the Student Academic Senate. He also serves as vice chair and student representative to the Services and Activities Committee.
Moser and his wife often hike and backpack in in the surrounding Central Washington wilderness. He looks forward to serving CWU in his role as trustee.
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