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Six drawing winners announced from WSU Today reader survey

Six winners have been named in the WSU Today Readership Survey drawing.
The survey included more than 700 participants universitywide. A big thank you is extended to all who participated. This input will help shape the editorial content of WSU Today in the future.
Survey responses are being reviewed and tallied, and a summary report is slated to be published in the June 18 issue of WSU Today and posted on the WSU Today website.
Survey drawing winners and their prizes include:
* $20 gift certificates to the WSU Bookie — Jeanie Wolf, fiscal specialist, WSU Spokane; Sarah McCord, reference librarian, Health Sciences Library (Pullman); Judi Wutzke, administrative manager, Crop and Soil Sciences; and Scott Fedale, director of information at the College of Agricultural, Health and Natural Resource Sciences (who won a second drawing including the many people who helped encourage participation in the survey). 
* $15 gift certificates to Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe — Kevin Cooper, computing coordinator, mathematics department; and Shari Snodgrass, television/video equipment operator, WSU Wenatchee.

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