PULLMAN, Wash. – General university classrooms in Clark, Wegner and Avery halls are slated for technology upgrades and minor renewal during the summer. Auditoriums in Kimbrough, Fine Arts and Goertzen halls are included in the technology upgrades.
By Dustin VandeHoef, College of Education intern
PULLMAN, Wash. – You’re never too young to start making a difference. That’s what author and civil rights activist Paula Young Shelton will tell elementary school students – and university students learning to teach them – when she visits Pullman on Monday, Feb. 8.
By Sue McMurray, Carson College of Business
PULLMAN, Wash. – Expanding the range of black men’s career options in an increasingly technology-oriented world will help alleviate high unemployment and poverty they often experience, according to a study examining the career paths of successful black men in college.
By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – Yuliya Ardasheva, an education professor at Washington State University Tri-Cities, and James Bledsoe, a longtime advocate for underrepresented students at WSU Pullman, are among those selected to receive the annual WSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Service Award.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University faculty members who develop and apply “innovative teaching approaches to enhance the depth and quality of the student-learning experience” are eligible for a new award from the Teaching Academy and the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President.