The Crimson Correspondent is an e-newsletter that features updates from Chancellor Lisa Brown on WSU Spokane and its role within the community, the state, and beyond. Read it to see our progress toward becoming a world-class center for health sciences education and research.
Current-Year Issues (2014)
WSU sharing its medical school plans with the public; WSU medical school gaining supporters, WSU Spokane supports Native American History Month, U.S. Bank grant and Inland Imaging gift help health sciences at WSU Spokane; and the latest episode of the Health Sciences Update is available.
WSU and UW reach an agreement on medical education in Spokane; Patricia Butterfield, the Dean of the WSU College of Nursing, announces she'll return to a teaching role next spring; ALS forum to focus on ALS patients and their stories; and photos from WSU Spokane's 25th anniversary celebration.
The WSU Board of Regents directs the University to pursue a fully accredited medical school; funding for the University District Health Clinic approved; WSU Spokane to celebrate its 25th anniversary; the WSU Connections store opens in downtown Spokane; and Chancellor Brown accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
New Teaching Health Center consorium to assume oversight of medical residencies; New Distinguished Visiting Professor an expert in faculty entrepreneurship; Feasibility study on medical school prompts statewide discussion; Medical Sciences adds cancer, sleep researchers; Happy 20th anniversary to INHS; Gov. Inslee receives campus tour.
Commencement: Looking Back at 25 Years of Growth at WSU Spokane; New College of Medical Sciences Approved by Regents; New Cable Show to Highlight Growth in Health Sciences; Ken Roberts, ASWSU Spokane Leaders Honored
WSU to Explore Creation of a Medical School; Join Us for Tomorrow's Family Weekend Health Fair; WSU, St. Luke's to Study Spinal Cord Injury Treatment; On the Road: Chancellor Brown Lectures at Whitworth University School of Business Adam Smith Breakfast
WSU Spokane Work and Its Influence on Public Policy; WSU Study Supports New Safety Rule for Truck Drivers; WSU Research Helps Reduce Criminal Re-offense Rates; Campus Master Plan Public Open Houses; Food Services Request for Proposal; A Good Read: Schools that Separate the Child from the Trauma; On the Road: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Rally and March