Tina Storer

WWU's Study Canada program teaches teachers about Canada

Tina Storer
for Western Today

For more than 35 years, during the last week of June, 20 social studies teachers and supervisors attend the annual Study Canada Summer Institute for K-12 Educators offered by the Center for Canadian-American Studies at Western Washington University.

Although registration is limited to 20 participants annually, teachers from every state of the union have attended the course, which is now renowned in K-12 education circles for fostering Canadian Studies curricula in American classrooms.


WWU releases guide to fun and games at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games

Planning on heading north to take in a few events at the Vancouver Olympics? Have questions about transportation, parking, ticket availability, lodging, and more? WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies has just what you need - "A Guide to the Fun and Games at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games - Why Stay Home When the Party's Next Door?"

Compiled by WWU's Tina Storer, the guide is a comprehensive resource for everything Vancouver 2010, complete with street grids, Skytrain maps, and links and helpful resources. Download yours today!


Tina Storer named recipient of 2009 International Education Award

Tina Storer, education and curriculum specialist for the Center for Canadian-American Studies at Western Washington University, is the 2009 recipient of the International Education Award.

Storer coordinates the nationally acclaimed Annual K-12 STUDY CANADA Summer Institute for K-12 Educators. The mission of the program is to provide elementary, middle and high school teachers with a foundation for teaching about Canada and to encourage increased curriculum connections to our northern neighbor.