WSU Regents visiting Everett campus

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Members of the Washington State University Board of Regents will be visiting the Everett campus for a tour and panel discussion later this month as part of series of events on the west side of the state.

This notice is being sent by the direction of the Chair of the Board of Regents pursuant to the requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 42.30 RCW.

Events on March 22 will begin with a campus and building tour as well as a panel discussion beginning at 10 a.m. with WSU Everett graduates. Opportunities to align WSU’s programs with industry needs in North Puget Sound will be among the topics discussed by regents and participants.

Following the panel discussion, regents will travel to the WSU Breadlab for a tour and lunch. Regents will then travel to Seattle for a reception and dinner with former regents as well as WSU President Kirk Schulz and First Lady Noel Schulz. The reception and dinner is being held at the Amazon Spheres in downtown Seattle.

Questions about the Board of Regents meeting and schedule may be directed to Desiree Jacobsen, executive assistant to the Board of Regents, by calling 509‑335‑4200.

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