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WSU statement on Interfaith House purchase
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s purchase of the Interfaith House is an action item on the May agenda of the WSU Board of Regents.
Pending board approval of the purchase, WSU will honor the leases of the existing tenants in the building, which run through Dec. 31, rather than enforce the April 30 eviction imposed by the current owners of the property.
Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee got a behind-the-scenes tour of the WSU Bear Center as well as the new Family Medicine Residency program at Pullman Regional Hospital as part of his visit to the Palouse Thursday.
Recipient of a Fulbright Senior Specialist award for a three-week visit to Slovakia, WSU’s Cornell Clayton held a series of lectures for graduate and undergraduate students focusing on contemporary American politics.
Eric Johnson, an English language learners professor, will begin his two-year term on Aug. 16 and will focus heavily on faculty and staff professional development aimed at fostering an inclusive and equitable educational environment within the college.
As part of the $1.7 billion Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence, the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory will play a key role preventing the spread of disease-causing pathogens, including new COVID-19 variants.