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Calvert named WSU vp for advancement, foundation CEO
October 4, 2017

PULLMAN, Wash. – Lisa Calvert, a development and fundraising expert with more than 30 years of experience, has been named vice president for advancement at Washington State University and CEO of the WSU Foundation. She will start at WSU on Oct. 25.

Yang named interim VP for business, administration
July 1, 2015

By Kathy Barnard, University Communications

PULLMAN, Wash. – Olivia Yang, associate vice president for facilities services, will serve as interim vice president for finance and administration beginning immediately.

Programs benefit as health management joins nursing
March 3, 2015

By Alli Benjamin, College of Nursing

nursingSPOKANE, Wash. – Enhanced graduate education and collaboration in nursing and health management will result now that the Department of Health Policy & Administration (HPA) at Washington State University is part of the WSU College of Nursing.

Second act for vet-med chair – and her predecessor
December 16, 2013

By Linda Weiford, WSU News

MicheLe-Hardy-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Michele Hardy knew there’d be big shoes to fill in her new job as a department chair at Washington State University’s veterinary college, but then again, “I’ve never been one to do things in small steps,” she said.

Veteran faculty members join WSU provost’s office
August 29, 2013



PULLMAN, Wash. – Long-time Professors Erica Austin and Jerman Rose are the newest additions to the Washington State University provost’s office, as a result of recent appointments by Interim Provost Dan Bernardo.

“Both Dr. Austin and Dr. Rose are leaders within their fields of expertise nationally, their colleges and the university,” Bernardo said. “In addition, they are respected faculty leaders with significant administrative experience. Bringing those skills to bear will help us progress toward our goals in the provost’s office.”

The provost’s office underwent major changes last spring with the … » More …

Educational leadership expands to south Puget Sound
August 28, 2013

Ed.D. class

PUYALLUP, Wash. – Sometimes, if it isn’t broken, you do want to fix it.


Case in point is an educational leadership program that was so successful it needed to be expanded.


Washington State University Vancouver has offered the school principal/program administrator credential programs in southwest Washington since it was established more than 20 years ago. Approximately 225 students from the WSUV College of Education programs are in leadership positions throughout the state.


But to the north, in the south Puget Sound region, a huge population of working teachers, counselors and others has found it … » More …