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2008 Campus Bulletin Archive


December 17:

WSU Scientist Wins Life Sciences Discovery Fund Grant for Work on Addiction and Mental Illness; Harborview to Expand Partnership with WSU College of Nursing; WSU Pharmacy Professors Author Book on Diabetes Medications; The Health of Nations—One Spokane Man is Working to Make Us All Healthy and Cared for; Floyd, Bayly to Co-Chair University Budget Committee; Meet the Faculty @ WWAMI: Jonathan Wisor; A Nursing Welcome and Farewell; WSU Pharmacy Student Honored for Volunteer Work

November 12:

“Team Care” Health Sciences Concept Submitted to Google Foundation Idea Contest ;College of Nursing Moving to Riverpoint Campus; Extension Health Center Receives $350,000 Grant to Test Childcare System; Sleep Creeps Up: No Top-Down Control for Sleep and Wakefulness, WSU Scientists Find; Design Students Advise Innovative Eighth Graders on Urban Design; Gender and Shift Work Influence Police Depression; Dietetics Programs to Be Consolidated in Spokane; WSU and NexCore Sign Letter of Intent for Pine Street Property; Superintendent Program Receives Statewide Award; WSU Spokane Is Tweeting; Promoting Hire Ability at Riverpoint; Institute for Systems Medicine Chooses Bonanzino for CEO

October 15:

Scientists at Applied Sciences Laboratory Land $8.5 Million Defense Contract; Universities Team Up in Landmark Study on Children's Health; Hoch Will Not Return as Provost; WSU Nursing/Pharmacy Study to Improve Medication Safety; Floyd Urges Confidence about State of the University; Bejjani to Focus on Successful Business; WWAMI and RIDE Programs Celebrate Inaugural Class; Meet the Faculty @ WWAMI: Weihang Chai; Grant and Contract Award Summary, July 1 through September 30, 2008

September 17:

Chromosome Breaks Surprisingly Complex; Design Students Help City Envision New Home for Looff Carousel; WSU Reports Rising Enrollments on All Its Campuses; Bachelor of Arts in Leadership and Professional Studies to Be Discontinued; Nursing Scholar to Speak about Nursing Education Reform; Meet the Faculty @ WWAMI: Matt Layton; WSU Pharmacy Professor Receives NIH Senior Scientist Award; Students, Faculty Put Their Best Foot forward for ALS; Baldwin, Eaker Recognized for Excellence

August 13:

The New Team in Town; WSU Applied Sciences Lab Continues to Grow, Showcases Work for Navy Admiral; Finding Solutions for Aircraft Drinking Water; Seed Grants Feed Promising Research Projects; Semesters vs. Quarters—University Programs in Communication Disorders End the Juggle; Statewide WSU Doctoral Specialization Aims to Prepare Teacher Leaders

July 16:

A Crime Scene, Science, and Young Women: CityLab Camp Makes the Connections; Assessment to Measure Community Impact of Service Learning; Riverpoint, Nursing College Get Ready for the Big Move; College of Nursing Welcomes New Associate Dean of Research; Short Named Director of Institute for Mental Health Research and Training; College of Business Announces New Director of Executive MBA Program; Communications Staff Changes; Riverpoint Parking Prices on the Rise; Funding for Bike/Pedestrian Bridge over Railroad Advances in Senate; Grant and Contract Award Summary, April 1 through June 30, 2008

June 11:

Defense Grant Adds Critical Job Tasks Simulation Lab to WSU Sleep Research Center; WSU Faculty Featured on Comcast Newsmakers; Rebuilding Higher Education in Afghanistan; WSU Spokane Honored for Community Service Contributions; Steven L. Hoch Named Provost of Washington State University; Holocaust Survivor Visits Riverpoint to Share Her Story

May 14:

WWAMI Program Keeps Recent Graduate in Spokane; Collaborative Research Makes Sense of the Tired Brain; Untapped Market: Disabled Nurses Part of the Team; Team Focuses on Design for Parkinson's Residents; Research Brings Hope to Injured Veterans; Roll Honored at WSU Spokane for Faculty Excellence; WSU Chooses Potential Developer for Pine Street Property; Assistant Supports Student Learning; Commencement 2008 Photos; Nursing Building Preview; New Banners to Mark the University District

April 16:

WVU-WSU Study Links Chronic Illness to Coal Mining Pollution; Running Over Your Flash Drive—ASL Explores Applications for Novel Material; Simple Beginnings: Upcoming ALS Forum; Riverpoint Developments; WSU Receives Gates Foundation Grant to Construct Building for School for Global Animal Health; WSU Spokane Celebrates Commencement, May 2; Spreading Cougar Pride at Riverpoint; Bike to Work Week Events Set for May 12-16, 2008; Grant and Contract Awards Summary, January 1 through March 31, 2008

March 12:

WSU Announces New Executive MBA Program in Spokane; Washington Institute Changes Name; Stier Lecture Explores End-of-Life Decisions; People's Clinic Committee Recommends New Approach to Caring for Underserved; Floyd Outlines His Plans in State of the University Address; Be Prepared - Sign up for Emergency Notifications; New Student Leaders Ready to Rise to the Task; Attend Showcase 2008 on Friday, March 28; MESA Science Competition Tests Eighth Grade Scientists; Crossing with Safety; Weather Protection for Your Bike

February 13:

Using History to Improve Design; 60+ Checkups: New Look at Health of Older Patients; Trash, Don't Flush! Pharmacy Students Educate Public on Safe Medication Disposal; Authentic Leadership Lecture Series Has Spokane Area Leaders Sharing Insight; WSU's Applied Sciences Laboratory Hires Manager; End of Life Decisions Topic of 2008 Stier Memorial Lecture; Wilson-Hale Named Vice President for University Development; WSU Reports Spring Enrollment Growth at All Campuses; WSU College of Pharmacy Establishes Diabetes Professorship; 2008 Inland Northwest Health Sciences Research Symposium Call for Abstracts; “Creating a Thriving Rural Workforce, Health System, and Community” Health Conferences to be Held in Spokane; New “Pay and Display” Parking Option Available; The Results Are in… Get Connected and Stay Well

January 16:

Accelerating with Spokane—A New Year's Message from Chancellor Brian Pitcher; Health Sciences Education and Research Benefit from Federal Funding; WSU Spokane Welcomes WWAMI Medical Education Director; Speech and Hearing Sciences Offerings Expand; Design Research Conference Highlights Politics and Design; "Cougar Plane" Enters Service; Bates to Step Down as WSU Provost on July 1; Grimes to Assume New Post as VP for Research; Design Students' Revitalization Ideas on Display; Showcase Abstracts to Be Submitted by February 1; Third Friday Seminar Series to Explore Climate Change; Grants and Contracts Award Summary, October through December 2007