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2010 Campus Bulletin Archive


December 8

WSU Promotes Hands-on K-12 Biomedical Education; Sleep Scientists Contribute to Proposed New Aviation Safety Rules; $250K Gates Foundation Grant to Ensure More Children Succeed in School; Speech & Hearing Sciences Student Pioneers Use of Simulation in Endoscopy Training; Pharmacy Move to Spokane to Enhance Collaborative Learning, Research; Architecture Student's Project to Reconnect Fairgoers with Agriculture; Mental Health, Addiction Research Aids Rural Patients; Diabetes Patients, Children with Autism Sought for Research Studies

November 10

Faculty, Future Health Professionals Team up for Better Care; WSU Receives Department of Justice Grant to Mitigate Children's Exposure to Violence; Spokane Move Subject of Q&A with Pharmacy Dean; Landscape Architecture Students to Design New, Sustainable Housing Complex; Nursing Student Wheels to the Top; SLIDESHOW: Winners of Photo Exhibition; Nov. 15 Conference Launches Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences Program; Campus Veterans to Discuss Cross-Cultural Aspects of War and Conflict, Nov. 15; University District Developments: Details Provided, Comments Sought

October 20

WSU Researchers Awarded Alzheimer's Association Grant to Test New Intervention; Health Risks of Growing Hookah Smoking Trend Explored; Practicing Nursing Without Borders; Architecture Professor Challenges History through Measurements; Recruiting Rural Health Care Providers; Riverpoint Campus Health Fair—Small Steps to a Healthy Future; Community Health Expert to Speak at WSU Spokane Oct. 28; Central City Mobility Open House Planned for October 26; Grant and Contract Award Summary - July 1 through September 30, 2010

September 15

WSU Spokane Designated as Health Sciences Center, Biomedical Building Funding Approved; WSU Researchers Discover Key Mechanism for Initiating Sleep; VIDEO: Senator Murray Tours Education Facilities At WSU Spokane; Nursing Leader to Explore Future of Nursing at Cleveland Visiting Scholar Discussion; WSU among Top Schools Favored by Job Recruiters; Smith Joins Health Policy & Administration on Dual Appointment; Design Research Conference to Explore the Intersection between Design and Health; Lighting Up Riverpoint; WSU College of Education Fills Leadership Positions; A Taste of Nursing History Brings Together WSU Community, Raises Scholarship Funds; SLIDESHOW: Design Students Define 'Home'; WSU to Adopt Late December Closure in 2011

    August 23

    Krueger Move to Strengthen Sleep Research in Spokane; Who's Moving Where; Project Lead the Way Designates WSU Spokane as Biomedical Sciences National Affiliate; Funding Moves Forward for Riverpoint, Division Street Projects; Pharmacy Students Help Diabetic Campers Just Be Kids For A Week (VIDEO); Murphy Joins Health Policy & Administration Faculty; New Student Leaders Take the Helm at ASWSU Spokane; WSU Launches Pilot Research into Parkinson's Medication Management; College of Nursing Hosts Historical Nursing Exhibit; US News and World Report: High Marks for WSU's Academic Reputation, Graduation Rates

    July 16

    WSU Researchers Find Way to Make Cancer Cells More Mortal; New College of Education Dean Selected; Health Outreach Program Reaches Ten-Year Milestone, Seeks Funding; Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Program Makes Changes, Builds Momentum; Summer Camp for Girls Delves into Health Sciences; Autism Expert Joins Speech and Hearing Sciences Faculty; SLIDESHOW: Native American High School Students Explore Health Careers; Grant and Contract Award Summary - April 1 through June 30, 2010

    June 16

    Riverpoint Campus the "Pebble in the Pond" with $1.6+ Billion Ripples; Design Students Build New Interior for American Travel Icon; # The Best and Worst Work Schedules: Shift Start Times Can Impact Sleep and Alertness; WSU Nursing Scholars Making a Global Impact: Botswana, Malawi and Palestine; Speech and Hearing Sciences Undergraduate Major to Be Consolidated in Spokane; WSU Veterinary College to Merge with School for Molecular Biology July 1; Dedication Ceremony Planned for Renamed Campus Street

    May 19

    Investing in a Healthier Washington: Community Pushes for Expansion at Riverpoint; Grant Helps Nursing Faculty Promote Rural Health; New Phone System to Be Implemented at Riverpoint Campus; SLIDESHOW: Commencement 2010; Collaborative Architecture Display Highlights Cutting-Edge Art and Technology; Corbett Honored for Faculty Excellence; Graduation Spotlight: WWAMI Employee Completes Degree after 40 Years; WSU and Navy Honor High-Flying Sailor/Teacher; Online Course Uses 3D Video to Look at How Objects, Buildings Are Built; AmeriCorps Volunteers Generate Over 8,000 hours at WSU Spokane; WSU Ranked Among Top 20 Percent Nationwide for Sustainability Efforts

    April 14

    A Tribute to Remarkable Mentoring Received in Spokane; WSU President, Provost to Hold Budget Forum Monday; President Floyd Calls Design Funds for Spokane Building "Critical" State Investment; ACCORD Trial Findings: Intensive Blood Pressure and Combination Lipid Therapies Do not Reduce Combined Cardiovascular Events in Adults with Diabetes; Twentieth Class of Graduates to Be Honored at 2010 Commencement; Student Election Update; Students Design New Ways to Message Recycling; Murrow Research Center for Media and Health Promotion Opens its Doors; Planning Ahead: City and University District Move Forward with Plans and Projects; Diversity Week Events: April 19-23; Grants and Contract Award Summary - January 1 through March 31, 2010

    March 17

    From Tragedy to Hope: How One Student’s Research in Facial Rehabilitation Is Making an Impact; Study Calls for Expansion of Medical Education and Research in Spokane; Gary Pollack Named WSU College of Pharmacy Dean; WSU Scientist Developing Detectors for National Security Applications; Design Spotlight: Bryan Orthel—Designing a Better Way of Living through Preservation and Teaching; Spokane MESA Students Test the Science of Wind Energy; Riverpoint to Host Eighth Annual Health Sciences Research Symposium; Bright Ideas After Dark—Teaming Up for Campus Safety; Faculty Hiring No Longer Part of Center for Human Rights; Nominations Sought for Student Awards; STA 2010 Service Changes: More Stops at Riverpoint?; Hey Google, Pick Spokane!

    February 10

    Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Brain Functioning Different than Previously Thought, WSU Study Finds; Making a Good Impression When It Really Counts; WSU Analysis Shows Minorities Less Likely to Receive "Cornerstone" Diabetes Test; People, Quality, Transparency Are Priorities in Budget Considerations, Floyd Says; Veterinary Clinic Grand Opening Set for Feb. 19; Zeiger to Head Up Student Affairs at WSU Spokane; WSU Co-Hosts Regional Mock Trial Tournament at Spokane; Arasu Named Associate Vice President for International Programs and Chief International Officer; Save the Date—New Classroom Technology Adds Zing, Is Cause for Celebration; TechStore Offers Computer Discounts for Work, Home

    January 20

    Young and Hmong—Pharmacy Student Adds Perspective to Cultural Competency Class; Speech and Hearing Sciences Chair to Receive Distinguished Achievement Award; VIDEO: College of Nursing Partners with Air National Guard in Simulation Training; Education Students Gain Insight into Legislative Impacts; Fan, Like, Share, Comment, Link: How You Can Add Life to WSU Spokane's Facebook Page; Moznette, Petersen Honored for Superior Service; China’s Role in the Global Economy—A Sample of the Executive MBA Global Business Module; Call for Papers and Projects: Designing Health, the Sixth Annual Design Research Conference; Grant and Contract Award Summary - October 1 through December 31, 2009