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2006 Campus Bulletin Archive


December 13

Elson S. Floyd Named 10th President of Washington State University; Taking the LEED—Interior Design Student Advocates for Use of Green Building Practices; The Institute for Systems Medicine; Speech & Hearing Sciences Student Selected for Minority Student Leadership Program; Unique Partnership Provides Additional Resources for Spokane MESA; Washington State University's 2005-07 Budget Request; Governor Gregoire at Riverpoint Campus on December 14; Library Service and Experience Improve with New Interface; Help Butch Win the Capital One Mascot Challenge!

November 15

WSU and EWU Students Join to Address Smart Growth for University District; Incentive-Based Therapy Improves Outlook for Methamphetamine Addicts; WSU Students' Home Construction Design Licensed to Habitat for Humanity; Scientific Symposium to Feature International Experts in Sleep and Sleep Medicine; Design, Nursing, and Criminal Justice Students Unite to Examine Spokane's Urban Growth; Breaking New Ground on the Riverpoint Campus; Future Campus Development Discussed at Jensen-Byrd Information Sessions; Sirti Technology Center to House Signature Genomic Laboratories

October 18

A Message from Chancellor Brian Pitcher; Increasing Diabetes Awareness in the Community; HPA Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship; Scientist Strengthens WSU's Research Commercialization Efforts in Spokane; Avista Loaned Executive to Lead Applied Sciences Laboratory Business Development at WSU Spokane; First WSU Cybercrime and Digital Forensics Conference to Be Held in Spokane; Clark Brown Appointed Chairperson for Interior Design; Public Meetings on WSU Presidential Search Set for Spokane Oct. 19-20; Third Friday Seminar to Explore Impact of Fatigue on Disaster, Terrorism Responders; Jensen-Byrd Building Information Session on Oct. 27; University District Smart Growth Forum on Oct. 25

September 20

Interior Design Students Make Top Three in National Competition; Continuing Great Work on Diabetes Research; Interdisciplinary Design Institute Hosts Third Annual Design Research Conference; Public Celebration of "Light Reading" Artwork; Winning Research Helps Identify Students at Risk for Failing the WASL; Hirsch Named Interim Dean of College of Nursing; WSU Reports Slightly Higher Enrollment University-wide; WSU College of Business to Hold Power Breakfast in Spokane; Bolen, Rood Recognized for Superior Performance; Cooking It Up on the Riverpoint Campus

August 9

Beginnings and Opportunities: A message from Chancellor Brian Pitcher; AHEC Works to Fight Breast Cancer; Cardiovascular Disease in Lincoln County; Universities Present Plan to Expand Medical and Dental Education in Spokane; WSU Announces Creation of New Division of Health Sciences; Robert Anders Named New Dean of Nursing; WSU President V. Lane Rawlins to Retire Effective June 2007; WSU Pullman Offers Football Weekend Accommodations; Who Does What in Information Technology Services; Connections: IT Update

July 12

Fighting Crime Through Research; Faculty-Student Team Explores Trends in Herbal Medicine; WSU Spokane and Spokane Advanced Imaging Institute Partnership to Aid Health Science Research; Pharmacy Faculty Provide Number One Source of New Drug Information; WSU Spokane CityLab Partners with SCC, EWU, in Major Grant Initiative; The Library Is Moving…; Four Local Educators Receive Excellence in Leadership Award; Institute for Systems Medicine Enhances U-District

June 14

WSU Spokane: At the Heart of the Action; ExMet Degree Granted ADA Accreditation; Sleep Researchers Receive Instrumentation Grant; WIMIRT Announces New Leadership; Charlotte Hardt Recognized for Contribution to Rural Health Care; WSU Alumna; Adjunct Faculty Member Honored for Educational Leadership Role; Spokane School Psychology Student Awarded WSASP Minority Scholarship; WSU Spokane Offers Hoopfest Parking; Call for Papers for Design Research Focus Week

May 10

Understanding Sleep in a 24/7 Society; Commencement 2006; Campus Impact of I-90 Reconstruction Project; WSU Selects Firm to Review Jensen-Byrd Building; New EWU President Welcomed; Give Us Your Input; Campus Bulletin Going to Monthly Schedule

April 26

Faculty Member Explores Florence's Early Renaissance Architecture; Who's Moving Where on the Riverpoint Campus; Sixteenth Class Honored at WSU Spokane Commencement; Informatics Program Offers Proven Relevance; On Stage! Presents Two Events in Celebration of Mental Health Month; WSU College of Pharmacy to Access INHS Meditech® System; Unique Data on US, Canadian Cities Enables World-Class Research at WSU; Lovrich Honored with Dean's Distinguished Contribution Award; STEP TO IT; Riverpoint; Ronald McDonald Care Mobile on Riverpoint Campus

April 12

A Season of Beginnings: A message from Chancellor Brian Pitcher; Institute for Systems Medicine; Council of Deans Explore Spokane; I-90 Construction May Affect Campus; Spokane Worker Follows Heart to Every Campus; Sustainability Presentation; Diversity Dialogue; Third Friday Seminar Features Early Renaissance Architecture Research; Recognize That Excellent Co-Worker

March 29

Cop-Turned-Professor Explores Fatigue in Disaster Response; Counter-Terror Efforts; WSU Spokane students place fifth in competition; CityLab; Speech & Hearing book club for stroke patients; new faces at ASWSUS; IT update; Volunteers Needed for Habitat house; Riverpoint Diversity Club Seeking Members; Riverpoint in Motion; Faculty/Staff Membership Discounts at Health Clubs; Student Services

March 15

Message from the Chancellor; CityLab; Informatics Transfer Students; New Carnegie Classification; MESA Upcoming Events; Upcoming Academic Showcase; Cougar Pride Days; Data Security Presentation; Who Does What in the Finance Office

March 1

Class Provides Interdisciplinary Window on China; Gold-Standard Certification in Health & Fitness; Spokane Campus Hosts Noted Diversity Author; Detlor Announces Retirement; Small Enrollment Increase for Spring; Washington State Collaborative Project Focused on Patient Care; Peter McClaren to Speak at Gonzaga; Reduced Price Bus Passes for Students

February 15

Momentum in the NW; lecture on Global Oil Depletion; Plans for Nursing Building Approved; Plateau Native American Education Trust Honored as Laureate; Third Friday Seminar; Computer Security Presentation; School Levy; Sleep over for Science Recap; Who Does What in Communications; Campus Facilities Usage

January 25

Daylighting Design; WSU Spokane to Host Fulbright Scholar; WSU to Lease Riverpoint Parcel; WSU Seeks Funding for Life Sciences Building; CTR Secures Bike Storage Funding; Task Force on Student Health Services; Skillsoft Courses Available; First Friday

January 11

Message from Chancellor Brian Pitcher; Lovrich Kicks Off Third Friday Seminar Series; Garrison Appointed Assistant Dean for Student Services for College of Pharmacy; WSU Health Policy and Administration Grad Program Receives High Marks; WSU Spokane in the News; Depression Screening Day and Workshop; Sleep Over for Science; Spring into Motion with the Campus Wellness Collaborative; Medicare Part D Assistance Extended through February; EWU Announces New President