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WSU regents approve Food Quality Building addition
October 24, 2014

By Kathy Barnard, WSU University Communications

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Creamery will be able to turn a drain on its resources into a possible new revenue stream and educational tool, thanks to action by the WSU Board of Regents today.

Education hosts grand opening for addition
September 30, 2005

Dean Judy Mitchell of the College of Education invites everyone to the opening celebrations for the new education building addition.The addition is the $11 million classroom and office building constructed next to Cleveland Hall, home of the College of Education at the Pullman campus. In the photograph, Mitchell is on the Cleveland Hall balcony, with the addition and covered pedestrian bridge connecting both buildings in the background.The grand opening, with President V. Lane Rawlins, Provost Robert Bates and representatives of the Washington Legislature, will be held three hours prior to game time on Saturday, Oct. 15. Student-led tours, faculty presentations and a reception will be … » More …

Education groundbreaking set for May 5
April 23, 2004

StoryThe public is invited to a groundbreaking ceremony and reception for the Cleveland Hall/Education Addition on the Pullman campus at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, at the southwest corner of Cleveland Hall. WSU President V. Lane Rawlins and Provost Robert C. Bates will join Dean Judy Mitchell and other representatives of the College of Education as speakers at the event. The addition, which will be linked to Cleveland Hall by a covered pedestrian bridge, will contain six classrooms (all wired with the latest high-tech connections), two project rooms, eight offices and plenty of open common space for study groups and informal interactions. The Washington Legislature … » More …

Broadcasters give $100,000 to School of Communications
August 22, 2003

The Washington State Association of Broadcasters is pledging $100,000 to the new addition of the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University.”The WSAB donation is tremendously important, not only because of the significant amount but also because of its symbolic value,” said Alex Tan, Director of the Murrow school. “This donation signals to the media and business community in the Northwest and the nation that the Murrow school has the support of the organization representing broadcasters in the state of Washington.”The WSAB money, Tan said, will be used to help equip the digital broadcasting studio in the new building.WSAB has been a … » More …