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WSU International Development board meets Oct. 8

PULLMAN, Wash. – The board of directors of WSU International Development, a newly formed corporation affiliated with Washington State University whose sole member is Global Operations and Leadership Development, will hold a special meeting at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, in Hulbert Hall 311 at WSU Pullman. 

The purpose of the meeting is to take actions relating to the creation of WSU International Development. This will include adoption of bylaws, adoption of a conflict of interest policy, election of officers, authorization of operational agreements, delegation of contracting authority, other delegations of authority and initiation of operations in Tanzania – including registration with the Tanzanian government as a nongovernmental organization and establishment of a 2016 annual meeting date.

Questions about this special meeting may be directed to Christine R. Hoyt, WSU finance & administration, at 509-335-6615.


Christine R. Hoyt, WSU finance & administration, 509-335-6615,



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