WSU Pullman faculty, staff and students are invited to provide input about the criteria used to select the university’s next provost, noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, in the CUB Junior Ballroom.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to provide input about the WSU provost search during an upcoming series of listening sessions.
Nominations were sought from WSU leadership, the university’s deans, and the Faculty Senate.
Deans of the colleges of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences will report to Spokane Chancellor Daryll DeWald, who also will serve as WSU’s vice president for health sciences.
The search committee will include broad representation from across the WSU system.
Joan King, who helped WSU transition through three presidents, weather state budget cuts and rein in systemwide overspending, will retire Oct. 19.
Record-breaking enrollment, major reductions in WSU’s annual operating deficit, and other achievements lauded.
President Kirk Schulz will introduce and present crimson-colored coats to the six individuals named to leadership posts at WSU in the past 12 months.
As a young scholar, Matthew Jockers loved both the wildness of literature and the controlled logic of computer programming. Today he’s dean of WSU’s College of Arts and Sciences.
The Washington Post profiled WSU Athletic Director Pat Chun and the path that made him the first Asian American to lead a Power Five program.