Center for Canadian-American Studies

Spring 2024 Newsletter

Spring at wwu

Our spring 2024 newsletter has arrived! Click here to read about what the Center for Canadian-American Studies got up to in winter and spring quarter this year.

Canadian-American Studies News

Canada House

Click here to take a look at our Fall 2023 Newsletter! 


Check out our C/AM Newsletter Archive to view a collection of past newsletters from the Center for Canadian-American Studies!


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Are you interested in Canadian-American Studies? This info flyer will provide you with an introduction to our center and academic programs. 

Learn more about our program! Check out upcoming course highlights for Fall 2024.

2024-25 Scholarship Recipient!

Mason hobbes

The Center for Canadian-American Studies would like to congratulate C/AM Studies student Mason Hobson on being this year's scholarship recipient! 

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salish sea fieldtrip

Students canoe around Baker Lake during summer 2023's Salish Sea Field School.

Victoria, B.C. fieldtrip

Canadian Government and Politics students visit the Parliament House in Victoria, B.C.


Canadian Government and Politics Fieldtrip to Victoria B.C.


This spring, Dr. Butch Kamena’s Canadian Government and Politics class took a field trip across the border to Victoria, B.C.!

The Center's spring newsletter highlights some of the events of the day.

Managing Shared Fish Stocks Between Canada and the U.S. Under Climate Change

4 fishing vessels with US and Canadian flags in background

The Center was pleased to co-sponsor this year’s Paul Storer Memorial Lecture.



2024 Speaker Series: "Populations Rendered ‘Surplus’ in Canada."

Canadian population

Join us this quarter for our 2024 Speaker Series! Come listen to a variety of perspectives on Canada's rapidly growing population as told by individuals showcasing their interdisciplinary research.

Read more about the series in the Spring Newsletter

Canadian-American Studies Funding Requests

The Center for Canadian-American Studies awards a limited number of grants to faculty and students.

Click here to access the Funding Request Form.



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