Headlines: no evidence; trusted sources; resignation

Several new media headlines involving WSU and other important education topics include: (click on the URL links to view any of the following articles)

* Chronicle of Higher Education — no evidence that $3-billion spent to improve science and math education working, http://chronicle.com/daily/2007/05/2007051004n.htm

* Chronicle of Higher Education — Most trusted source of prospective student information: campus visits rank number one by far, http://chronicle.com/daily/2007/05/2007051406n.htm

* KLEW-TV — WSU food expert warns of future contamination problems, http://www.klewtv.com/news/7472847.html

* Seattle Post Intelligencer — Retiring WSU leader ‘not going away,’ http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/315558_rawlins14.html

* Seattle Times — WSU professor accused of harassment resigns, http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003704004_wsuresign12m.html

* Seattle Times — “Lot of work to do,” emergency safety measures in wake of Virginia Tech, http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003700947_security10m.html

* Seattle Times — Q&A: What’s safe for humans, and what’s not? Unsettling news about the widening melamine scandal, http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003700905_salmonqa10.html

* The Columbian — A tale of two branch campuses, http://www.columbian.com/opinion/news/05092007news137641.cfm

* Thoroughbred Times — Emerald Downs taking equine herpesvirus precautions, WSU conducting autopsy, http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/national-news/2007/May/12/Emerald-Downs-taking-equine-herpesvirus-precautions.aspx

* Moscow Daily News — (subscription required), Washington State University begins search for replacement of Hansen, http://www.dnews.com/story/local/19031

* Moscow Daily News — (subscription required), Rawlins reflects on past, looks to future, http://www.dnews.com/story/local/18979

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