The new three‑year residence training program, based at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, is currently accepting applications.
Testing by the Washington National Guard will resume at 1 p.m. inside the venue and be available until 5 p.m. for all current WSU Pullman students.
Hosted by WSU President Kirk Schulz, the meeting included discussions with university, student and community leaders about COVID‑19.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will establish occupancy in the Spokane Teaching Health Center in Fall 2020 with an outpatient primary clinic and two patient aligned care teams.
The new National Guard testing site is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Koithan, who joined the College of Nursing on July 1, said she was drawn to WSU by its land‑grant mission and long history of working with underserved and rural populations.
The Center will have the capacity to address infectious disease outbreaks in eastern and central Africa. It is made possible by $7.6 million in funding over five years from the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
A total of 326 first‑year students in WSU’s colleges of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences are already adapting to the changes of a new school year under the shadow of COVID‑19.
College of Nursing faculty Roschelle (Shelly) Fritz, Renee Hoeksel and Kawkab Shishani are among 230 people worldwide being inducted as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing this fall.
This year, the coats and stethoscopes were mailed to students in preparation for the celebration. The event will be livestreamed on the college’s YouTube channel at 6 p.m.