My role at the College of the Environment is to provide assistance to Huxley students and faculty with regards to spatial analysis, geographic data sets, software and other things GIS-related... I also teach GIS classes for the Department of Environmental Studies, including ENVS-418 (Computer Cartography), ENVS-320 (Introduction to GIS) and I a free GPS workshop. (See http://wwu.stefanfreelan.com for course info, etc.).
I'm the Assistant Director of the College of the Environment's Spatial Institute (SI), working on maps, web maps, spatial analysis and technical aspects of faculty and student research. I also maintain the SI's Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL) website (my primary web interface). On it you will find all my favorite GIS stuff (including GIS and GPS links, as well as information on the SAL and GIS at Western).