LAKE STEVENS, Wash. – You get what you negotiate, not what you deserve, and Abe Martinez was not a good negotiator. After Workforce Development of Snohomish County heard what he planned to charge for doing a short video to highlight one of their programs, they withdrew the offer.Continue reading
PULLMAN, Wash. – A coalition that advocates for undocumented students wants to hear directly from them how House Bill 1079 is affecting them. The Washington State Educational Access Coalition for HB1079 Students will meet Friday, Dec. 6, on the Washington State University Pullman campus.Continue reading
SPOKANE, Wash. – A $500,000 donation from Walgreens will provide funding for an interprofessional auditorium and learning environment in the new Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building at Washington State University’s College of Pharmacy, WSU Dean Gary M. Pollack announced Wednesday.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Congressional leaders face a critical deadline next week – they must reach a budget agreement by Dec. 13 or the next round of sequester cuts goes into effect, reducing vital government programs by billions of dollars for the second year in a row.Continue reading
PULLMAN, Wash. – Unseasonably cold weather is forecast for eastern Washington into next week, with highs below freezing and lows in the single digits. Keep pets and outdoor animals safe with these tips from the veterinary college at Washington State University:Continue reading
By Adrian Aumen, College of Arts and Sciences
PULLMAN, Wash. – Whatever caused tens of thousands of Pueblo farmers to suddenly leave their ancient homeland in southwestern Colorado in the late AD 1200s is one of the great mysteries in archaeology. Discoveries could aid understanding of contemporary societies.Continue reading
By E. Kirsten Peters, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences
PULLMAN, Wash. – When I was a younger and more sprightly woman, I spent part of my life investigating unusual hot springs in rural California. They were salty and quite stinky springs out in the middle of nowhere, and several of them occurred right in the center of an old gold-laced mercury deposit.Continue reading
By Eric Sorensen, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – For more than a century and a half, researchers interested in invasive species have looked to Charles Darwin and what has come to be called his “naturalization conundrum.” If an invader is closely related to species in a new area, he wrote in his landmark “The Origin of Species,” it should find a more welcoming habitat. On the other hand, it could expect to compete with the related species and be vulnerable to its natural enemies.
By Theresa Howlett, Office of International Programs
PULLMAN, Wash. – Strengthening and expanding Washington State University’s international research and innovation activity is the goal of “Beyond International Talk,” 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, in Lighty 405. Polycom will be provided for the regional and extension campuses.Continue reading
SPOKANE, Wash. – During this Thanksgiving week, Washington State University Spokane is giving thanks for the completion of its new $80 million Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences building.