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2007 Campus Bulletin Archive


November 14
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WSU Spokane Receives Funding for Pilot Design of Early Learning Rating System; Avista and WSU-ASL Establish Sustainable Energy Initiative; Upward Bound: Creating Success in Eastern Washington; Riverpoint Math and Science Partnership to Build Capacity for College Readiness Standards in Mathematics; College of Nursing Takes Home Award Celebrating Technology and Innovation Accomplishments; Applied Sciences Lab Continues to Expand; Helping Teachers Improve Science Education; Paving the Way for a Green Commute; Combined Fund Drive Event Feeds the Hungry; Grants and Contracts Award Summary, July through September 2007

October 10:

Pioneering Research Examines Communication Disorders in Children with Galactosemia; Addressing Health Care in Indian Country; An Innovation Home Run: WSU Serves as Research Partner in Four Newly Formed “Innovation Zones” around the State; Growing International Contingent Enriches Spokane Campus; University District Month Celebrated; Director of WSU Center to Bridge the Digital Divide To Focus on Rural Economic Development; John Alderete to Become Associate Vice Provost for Research; WSU ePortfolio Contest 2007-08: Collaborating to Address Real-World Problems; A Healthy Start at Riverpoint

September 13:

SimMan® Enriches Learning Experience for Pharmacy Students, Nursing Building Construction on Target, WSU Spokane Design, Nursing Students Partner in Designing Housing for Parkinson's patients, WSU Reports Higher, More Diverse Enrollment, EWU's Downtown Center programs moving to Riverpoint, Applied Science Laboratory Receives Federal Funding for Sensor Research, Spokane Undergraduate Programs Find College Home, Patient Safety Focus of Annual Nursing Scholar Event, Harbison and Wardrop Recognized for Excellence at WSU Spokane, Attend the Healthy Fare on Oct. 3

August 8:

Tool Developed by HPA Graduate Helps Save Nursing costs, Improve Care; Floyd Moves Toward Completing Leadership Team; Achieving an Educational Milestone—An Inspiration; WSU Spokane Design Students Oust Professional Entries and Win First Place; Federally Funded Study to Evaluate Impact of Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit on Younger Adults with Disabilities; WSU Pharmacy Students have Winning Business Plan; New Riverpoint Nursing Building Gets $1.5 Million for Health Education Lab Technology; Spokane Celebrates Launch of Inland Northwest GigaPop; Conversation on Energy; Grant and Contract Awards Summary, April through June 2007

June 20: 

HOPE School Brings Promise to Kids with Hearing Loss; Research Shows Individual Differences in Sleep Structure Are Biologically Determined; Building in Bali—Spokane Student to Design Culturally Responsive Tourism Facility; Gardner to Assume Vice Presidency at WSU on July 1; Spokane Regional Site Selector Launches; HEC Board Approves New Nursing Ph.D. Program for WSU; Janet Frost to Join WSU Spokane Education Programs; Ron Dalla Named Executive Dean for EWU at Riverpoint; WSU Will Aid Transition for People's Clinic Patients; Sirti Update

May 16:

Breast Cancer Survivors Benefit from WSU Yoga Research and Outreach; Komen Grant Funds Breast Health Education Efforts; WSU Interdisciplinary Design Students Plan “Smart” Housing with Habitat Spokane; Elson S. Floyd to Assume WSU Presidency May 21; Schmidt Receives WSU Spokane 2007 Faculty Excellence Award; Helping Researchers with Grants; Event Promotes Commercial Opportunities for WSU Technology; Veteran WSU Extension Specialist Named AHEC Director; WSU Spokane Adds Director of Regional and Campus Development; Preventing Mental Health Crises; Final State Budget Funds Major Priorities for Spokane; Relive Commencement—Visit the Online Photo Album

April 11:

Exploring Solutions to Parental Drug Use; WSU Spokane CityLab Highlighted in Innovators Lecture Series; Annual Architecture Excursion to Netherlands Provides Real-Life Experience; Identifying Diabetes Hotspots in Eastern Washington; Outward Anger, Explosive Personality Lead to Calcified Arteries; WSU and EWU Join Forces to Address Health and Well-Being of Inland Northwest Children; ASWSU Spokane Leadership: Going Forward; Information and Academic Technology Transition; Human and Animal Emotions Highlighted in April 20 Third Friday Seminar; Luncheon to Focus on Global Crisis, Local Reality of Child Trafficking; 24th Annual Primary Care Update Conference to Be Held in Spokane

March 14:

Predicting WASL Success; Nationwide Attention for New Speech-Language Pathology Intervention Using American Indian Storytelling; WSU Sleep Researchers Awarded $1.5 Grant by W.M. Keck Foundation; WSU Researcher Builds Math and Science Literacy Among Underserved Children; Butterfield Named New Dean of College of Nursing; Showcase Celebrates Scholarship, Research, and the Arts; Legislative Update; Middle School Logic and Engineering Tested at MESA Science Competition; New Leadership Elected for ASWSU Spokane; Discover WSU: Science and Industry Collaboration; Spokane Cougar Pride Days Celebration, March 29; Provide Feedback on Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation Issues at WSU

February 14:

Design Institute Faculty, Students to Explore Living and Housing Conditions in Tibet; WSU Research, Initiatives Highlighted in Comcast Local Edition; WSU Graduate Reports Findings in Obstetrical Anesthesia Study; Unique Math-Science Partnership Initiative Launched; Exercise Science Student Selected to Present Yoga and Breast Cancer Research; Pharmacy Experience—Rotations to Make Your Head Spin; Spokane Campus Welcomes New President; Funding Mechanism Proposed for Institute for Systems Medicine and Project Access; New Sculpture Display Captures Light at the Riverpoint Library; Reserve Your Tickets for the WSU Women's Recognition Luncheon; Two-Day Grant Writing Workshop, March 2 and 3

January 17:

Design Students Develop Ideas for a New Downtown Hillyard; WSU GIS and Simulation Lab Helps Tackle Barriers to Accessibility; WSU Spokane Student to Bike and Build her Way across the Country; WSU Faculty Seek Alternative Ways to Fight Childhood Obesity Through USDA Grant; State Funding to Bring High-Tech WWAMI Classroom to Spokane, Pullman, Seattle; Computational Scientist Joins Applied Sciences Laboratory at WSU Spokane; WSU College of Nursing and College of Pharmacy to Host Inland Northwest Regional Clinical Simulation Center Community Forum