By Joel Mills of the Lewiston Tribune
 

PULLMAN – Daryll DeWald is starting his new job with eyes wide open.

The dean of the Washington State University College of Sciences since Jan. 1, DeWald is used to the financial hard times he is bound to experience in a state with a $5 billion deficit.

“A lot of the public institutions are facing these serious budget reductions,” said DeWald, 50, who led the biology department at Utah State University prior to moving to WSU. “At Utah State, we had five reductions … over the last four years.”

For the complete article, click the following link to the College of Sciences website.