« COMMUNICATIONS & DEVELOPMENT HOME

Crimson Correspondent

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 (2015)

January 21 »

WSU medical school bills gaining support; new episode of the WSU Health Sciences Update; medical-legal partnership formed; WSU Spokane research aids in flu recovery; Nutrition and Excercise Physiology professor on KSPS; and we celebrate staff excellence.

February 20 »

WSU medical school bills advance; $100,000 gift given to medical college; Local doctors share why they support a WSU medical school; WSU Spokane is a Senate Remote Testimony Pilot Project site; Research Symposium is March 6; and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers visits campus.

March 11 »

WSU medical school bills pass the House and Senate; a Coeur d'Alene orthopedic surgeon talks about why she supports a WSU medical school; the Inland Northwest Research Symposium hits campus; the Peirone Warehouse is demolished to make way for the University District Health Clinic; and the Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association visits campus.

April 1 »

WSU medical school bill is signed; Teaching Health Centers prolong funding; College of Pharamcy finds possible fight against prostate cancer; High school students explore the health sciences; and five medical students match to Spokane hospitals for residency training.

May 14 »

WSU breaks ground on the University District Health Clinic; an update on the medical school process, the latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine is out, WSU Spokane celebrates commencement, and former chancellor Brian Pitcher retires.

June 16 »

Medical school plans move ahead; $100,000 grant will promote healthy homes; WBBA comes to campus; WSU Spokane research shows how moms and dads differ on baby talk; next episode of The Health Sciences Update airing on TV; and first-year residents begin in Spokane.