Topics — cardiac arrest; audio interviews; president

Following are links to several recent media articles regarding WSU faculty and staff, or addressing issues in higher education. To see a full article, just click on the live URL link.

* The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, WSU women’s basketball coach upgraded to serious condition,

* Puget Sound Business Journal — State organic farm acreage up 40 percent, sales up 32 percent,

* Chronicle of Higher Education — Audio interview with U.S. News & World Report regarding Handicap,

* Seattle Post-Intelligencer — Floyd takes office as Washington State University president,

* Lewiston Tribune — (REQUIRES SUBSCRIPITION), New WSU president credits his parents for his drive for learning,

* Spokesman-Review — (REQUIRES SUBSCRIPITION), WSU president steps into new job,

* Spokesman-Review — (REQUIRES SUBSCRIPITION), WSU to conduct national heart study,

* New —  EPA awards WSU nearly $900,000 for Consequences of Global Climate Change,

* Tri-City Herald — WSU’s Commons ends run as WSU Sports Information Director,

* Chronicle of Higher Education — (Audio) Challenges and opportunities facing urban universities, an audio interivew with Ann Weaver, president of Temple University in Philadelphia,

* Inside Higher — An Offer He ( Bernardo Gallegos) Couldn’t Refuse,

* — Adobe Names New Chief Information Officer (WSU computer science alumni),

* Chronicle of Higher Education — Innovation in recruiting: Case Western Reserve U. Builds Virtual Campus to Woo Prospective Students,

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