Find your Pepsi fix at the Bookie
WSU’s contract with Coca-Cola means that the eateries in the new CUB — even those privately owned — all primarily serve Coke products.
 
The exception is the Bookie, which carries Pepsi because its contract with Pepsi pre-dates WSU’s contract with Coke.
 
There are a few non-Coke items sold outside the Bookie.
 
“Non-Coke products are sold, but only if it’s something that the Coke company doesn’t provide,” said Brian Keithley, Dining Services general manager. “That can be something that Pepsi represents, but you will never see the Pepsi logo. An example would be SoBe.”
 
WSU’s contract with Coke expires in June 2010, said Gary L. Coyle, director of Dining Services. As that date nears, the Office of Business and Finance will begin reviewing beverage agreement options, he said.
 
Work/life committee seeks A/P members
The Work/Life Advisory Committee (WLAC) is looking for administrative/professionals to fill recent vacancies. If you are interested in issues that affect our ability to find balance between work and personal/family life, consider completing the member application ONLINE @ www.worklife.wsu.edu.
 
The committee is made up of faculty, administrative/professional and civil service staff and students. Members attend monthly meetings and are involved in various projects. All urban campuses are represented.
 
For more information, e-mail Becky Morton, chair, at bmorton@wsu.edu.
 
Find help with grant writing, funding
Faculty trying to find funding and develop proposals can get help from a website created by the Office of Grant & Research Development. Go ONLINE @ www.informer.ogrd.wsu.edu
 
Funding opportunities in all disciplines are updated weekly. Convenient RSS feeds connect to granting agencies and research news. There are quick links to useful tools for proposal development. In recognition of WSU faculty, the website also posts recently awarded proposals.
 
Entries sought for Emeritus Society awards
A spring banquet will honor student recipients and faculty mentors of the new Emeritus Society Awards for undergraduate achievement in scholarship and research.
 
Sponsored by the society and the Office of Undergraduate Research, four awards will be presented: arts and humanities; biosciences, physical sciences; social, economic and behavioral sciences.
 
Submissions are due March 9 in the Emeritus Society Office, Owen Science and Engineering Library 443. Application details can be found ONLINE @ www.wsu.edu/emeritussociety.