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WSU Spokane Magazine

Magazine CoverThe WSU Spokane Magazine prints nearly 9,000 copies and is mailed to more than 5,000 individuals statewide. It showcases the campus and highlights the individuals that shape the campus culture.

You can read each story below online, or read the PDF version.

Daryll DeWaldA Letter from Chancellor Daryll DeWald
WSU Spokane Chancellor Daryll DeWald highlights the importance of partnerships in the University District and the research work on campus.

Students in PeruGlobal Efforts Improve Health, Tap Research Expertise
A group of WSU Health Sciences Spokane students detailed their trip to Peru.

Perez ParamoPharmaceutical Sciences Research Draws International Interest
A graduate student in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Ph.D. program recently gained international recognition for her research.

UK studentsSleep and Performance Research Center Attracts UK Students
Four students from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom came to WSU Health Sciences Spokane to work in the Sleep and Performance Research Center.

Gary Pollack with FlagCollege Renames to Align for Future Success
The College of Pharmacy is now the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

ResearchersResearchers Develop Potential Drugs to Help Curb Smoking
Two researchers are tackling smoking with their recent findings.

Lazarus LabPharmaceutical Sciences Blossoming Since Moving to Spokane
Enrollment and faculty numbers have increased in recent years for the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Medical StudentsFrom Professor to Peer
A first-year medical student was one a community college instructor. Now, she’s classmates with a former student.

Megan BrendalNavajo Faculty Member and Alumnus Brings Unique Perspective to Language
Megan Brendal was the first Native American faculty member in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences.

Luisita with studentsGrowth of Clinical Partnerships Gives Medical Students Exposure to Patients
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has clinical partners across the entire state.

Anatomy LabWilled Body Program Strengthens Medical Education
WSU’s Willed Body Program allows individuals to donate their bodies to the university after they pass.

50 logo50th Anniversary With a Year-Long Celebration
The College of Nursing has graduated about 9,000 students in its 50-year history.

Wally LindbladVeteran Commits $1 Million in Honor of Wartime Nurses
Wally Lindblad’s donation will benefit students and faculty in the College of Nursing.

GraduationNursing Students Graduate Through New Community College Pathway
The Pathway provides a seamless move from a community college to the College of Nursing.

Pantry Club a Food Staple for Campuscampus pantry
The Campus Pantry is a valuable resource for students across campus.

Camp StixCougs Roam Camp Stix
WSU Health Sciences Students spent time at Camp Stix over the summer, helping kids with Type 1 Diabetes.

Med studentsMed Students Take Advantage of Last Summer Break
Two medical students kept their brains engaged during their last summer break they’ll get during medical school.

Researcher in labResearch Roundup
A look at the research activity at WSU Health Sciences Spokane.

graphic that says CongratlationsCongratulations!
WSU Health Sciences Spokane faculty and staff have garnered attention recently.

ASWSUHSStudent Government a Resource for all Students
This year’s student government looks to fulfill student needs.

BECUBECU Founders Wanted to Make a Difference
WSU Health Sciences Spokane supporter BECU looks to make a difference in the community.

BridgeBridge to WSU Campus No Longer Just a Vision
The University District Gateway Bridge takes shape.