Photo credit: Dean Davis (This story appears in the latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine) By Kevin Dudley What’s next for Spokane’s University District? Will it be the hub of innovation, collaboration and higher education for the region? Mark Mansfield envisions it will.
Rendering courtesy of Stephanie Bower. (This story appears in the latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine) By Terren Roloff With plans to develop the Jensen Byrd property on the southwest end of campus, construct the Spokane Teaching Health Clinic on the southeast end, and host the north landing of the gateway bridge that will […]
We are proud to call Spokane’s University District our neighborhood. It’s an area that is ripe for growth and innovation. It features six universities and colleges, private businesses, startups and recreation. And it’s not done growing just yet. Here are some latest developments that we are excited about:
The WSU Spokane health sciences campus sits along the Spokane River on the east end of downtown Spokane. Photo courtesy of Isaacson Aerial Photography. (Ed. Note: The latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine is available as a PDF here. It is also distributed statewide to WSU alumni and friends. This is the final story […]
You may have read today in The Spokesman-Review about the upcoming beautification of the triangle area in downtown Spokane where Division street going southbound curves toward the Spokane Convention Center. WSU Spokane has contributed a portion of the funding for the project, which is being led by the Spokane Public Facilities District. This is another […]
The Senate Higher Education Committee held a hearing today to discuss Senate Bill 5487, which would allow WSU to operate a medical school on our campus. UPDATE: Video from the hearing can be viewed here.