WSU SPOKANE CAMPUS BULLETIN
The Campus Bulletin is your primary source of news on WSU Spokane. A link to this online resource is distributed via e-mail to all WSU Spokane faculty and staff, interested faculty and staff at other WSU locations, and members of the community who request the publication.
Current-Year Issues (2014)
New WSU College of Medical Sciences Created; One Woman's Quest to Reduce Health Disparities in Native Americans; Campus Building Transfers to Be Finalized; President Names Dan Bernardo Provost, Executive VP; Drug Interaction Research a Challenge with Herbal Products; VIDEO: Health Sciences Update with Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers; Growth in Medical Sciences Research Highlighted; SLIDESHOW: 2014 Commencement Ceremony; NSF Fellowships Support Doctoral Pharmacy Research; May 22 University District Pedestrian Bike Bridge Open House
Consultant Helps WSU Explore Medical School in Spokane; VIDEO: WSU Innovation Improves Drowsy Driver Detection; Pharmacy Research Project Looks at Drug Regimens after Hospital Stay; VIDEO: Health Sciences Update with President Floyd, Rich Hadley; SLIDESHOW: Native American Stories’ Project Provides Learning, Cultural Awareness; Three Join Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Faculty; Colville Trip Promotes Rural Medical Practice; May 1: Sustainable Business and Health Discussed in Free Lecture; Grants and Contracts Award Summary - January 1 - March 31, 2014
Chancellor Brown Issues Statement on WSU's Plans to Address Primary Care Crisis; Multi-Family Group Treatment Studied to Help Spinal Cord Injury Victims; $100K Bank Foundation Gift Completes Goal to Fund Medical Education in Spokane; SLIDESHOW: Future Health Providers Tackle Patient Care Challenge; Sue Marsh: From Aspiring High School Gym Teacher to Scientist; VIDEO: New WSU Spokane Cable Show to Highlight Growth in Health Sciences; SLIDESHOW: Research Symposium Highlights Science, Health Care Innovations; Gritty Tale of Seattle Pioneer Midwife Written by WSU Nurse; Feedback Invited for WSU Strategic Plan
WSU Nurses Advocate for Pediatric Vaccines; Research Study Supports New Safety Rule for Truck Drivers; Regents Extend President Floyd’s Contract to 2021; New Study to Explore Effects of Chronic Methamphetamine Use on Brain Metabolism, Sleep; WSU, EWU Mark 25 Years of Training Speech Pathologists; Medical Students Discuss the Allure of Rural Practice; Community Project Targets Asthma; Share your Input on the Campus Master Plan; Breast Cancer Survivors Needed for Research Study
WSU Spokane to Host New Interdisciplinary Clinic, Medical Residency Slots; Remaking Corrections: Criminal Justice Researcher Helps Reduce Washington's Reoffense Rates; Innovative Police Safety App Debuts at White House Conference; Medical Student Researchers to Present at California Conference; Albertsons Pharmacies Partner with WSU to Provide Strep Throat Testing; A Campus on the Move; New WSU Spokane Web Site Launched; Grants and Contracts Award Summary - October 1 - December 31, 2013