2004 Campus Bulletin Archive

December 15

Thanks, Nicholas!, spring kickoff/chancellor welcome, grants for gene mapping of eye condition and to assist children of domestic violence, community involvement survey results, changes in ad annex parking, 2004 holiday party pics

December 1

Tools for improved health, Diabetes Type 2 study, designing a better neighborhood, Holiday Faire update

November 17

Brian Pitcher named Chancellor, Sedentary Death Syndrome, landscape architecture students help, Center for International Health Services Research and policy, pharmacy student wins award

November 3

Dialogue with WSU President, IRB, AHEC helps with health care personnel shortage, Speech & Hearing Prof honored for article, Research First Friday

October 20

Record high enrollment, I-884 analysis, interior design student wins international award, design charrette results

October 6

Design/healthcare symposium, chair auction to benefit Design Institute programs, Grad School Fair Oct. 14, national speaker on Medicare reform Oct. 18

September 22

Blossom named director of Interdisciplinary Design Institute, Kingrey to head education programs, international health services research expert joins health policy program, pharmacy students head to national competition

September 8

100% pass rate on registered dietitian exam, Smith and Chamberlain receive 2004 Staff Excellence Awards, Schade Tower sold, nursing receives high-demand enrollment funding, Design Charrette makes chairs from "trash"

August 18

$3.5 million federal funding for sleep and performance research, lab ops manager Jennifer Hogan, EDA funding announced, Mimi Salamat presents audiology research in Iran, Health & Wellness Committee forming

August 5

Top sleep researcher joining WSU Spokane, HOPE preschool opens for children with hearing loss, campuswide fall kickoff Aug. 19, Spokane MESA takes 2nd at nationals

July 14

Academic Center event Aug. 25, interior design scholarship project, geocache adds Web cam feature, CityLab/TINCAN biotech camp

June 23

Lovrich named interim chancellor, Thompson and Blossom helm top interior design journal, research leaders named to biomed board, health policy students in the Navy

June 2

Commencement 2004, Wardrop receives award from students, researcher finds youth depression and drug prescriptions on the rise, Doctor of Design approved, health care economic impact study released

May 12

Coyne receives Faculty Excellence Award, Schmidt receives Excellence in Teaching Award, Massey appointed to national nutrition panel for military, Kennedy research on medication costs, summer camps for middle school students, BS Exercise Physiology & Metabolism approved by Faculty Senate

April 28

Academic Center construction to begin, Faculty Senate approves BA Professional Development and Doctor of Audiology, faculty/staff giving can support campus

April 14

Markin receives distinguished service award, Center for International Health Services Research formed, geocache on campus, report on Pres. Rawlins visit

March 31

Pres. Rawlins visit April 12, Peterson delivers Honors College lecture, Sinclair named outstanding landscape architecture student, emergency communications information

March 17

Academic Center construction funded, soy/kidney stone study, Wang named to President's Teaching Academy

March 3

LORETA FOCUSS, associate director of substance abuse John Roll comes to campus, student named 2003 Spokane Police Department officer of the year

February 18

WSU Spokane Chancellor search, Schmidt named to state guardianship board, agreement is reached on Riverpoint campus operations

February 4

Applied Sciences Lab launched in Spokane, faculty/student work takes two awards, CTR committee wins award

January 21

MAC exhibit features architecture student work, Cohen named to psychiatric pharmacy board, Buxton named chair of citizens' advisory commission on transportation

January 7

Campus planning dialogue, Spokane Alliance for Medical Research Web page launches, AHEC joins university Extension


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