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Smith teaching/learning grant applications due March 30

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University faculty with innovative ideas to impact teaching and “demonstrably enhance” undergraduate learning can apply through March 30 for a $7,000 Smith Teaching and Learning Grant. » More …

Pharmacy offers undergrad research fellowships

PULLMAN – Undergraduate students interested in research may apply for a summer fellowship at the Washington State University College of Pharmacy in Pullman or Spokane. Applications are due March 25 for Pullman fellowships and April 1 for Spokane fellowships.

 

Research topics in Pullman include cancer from several approaches, gene therapy and pain relief with medical gases. Projects are in a research laboratory.

 

In Spokane, projects are either in a lab or clinical setting and the topics include cancer, cardiovascular disease, exercise and diet, vitamin D and human patient simulation use in teaching.

 

Students will spend 10 weeks on a project and be … » More …

WSU in the news

WSU is currently featured in several regional newspapers on various topics, including: * UW wants 20 percent funding increase or ability to raise its own tuition. To see the article, click on the following URL link to The Seattle Times, http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003141843_uwbudget21m.html* Applications to Washington universities down by 9 percent. For the full article, go to The Spokesman-Review, http://www.spokesmanreview.com/local/story.asp?ID=141007 (subscription required)

APAC urges applicants to fill vacancies

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council invites applications from interested administrative professional personnel to fill vacancies on the council. Applications are due by Friday, April 28.The purpose of the Administrative Professional Advisory Council is to serve as a liaison between the administrative professional employees and central administration and to effectively communicate important issues.Objectives of the APAC are: · Serve in an advisory capacity regarding administrative professional issues · Represent the interests of administrative professional employees· Provide a forum where administrative professional employees may discuss university-related issues of mutual interest · Disseminate information between administrative professional staff and the central administration. Openings on the council will be … » More …

Major change made in employment process

Washington State University will make a major change in its employment process on June 17 when it implements an online employment process for classified staff, student, work study and temporary hourly positions.  The system will not be used at this time for faculty or administrative hiring. This online system change will make the employment process more efficient and accessible for both job seekers and hiring managers. It allows for up-to-date information as job postings are updated daily.The new employment system allows job seekers to conduct the entire application process online, including searching for positions, completing and submitting job applications, attaching resumes and other supporting documents, and tracking … » More …

Commission on the Status of Women seeks applicants

The President’s Commission on the Status of Women is currently seeking applications or nominations to fill nine open positions for 2005-2007 and seven open positions for 2005-2006. In part, the commission is charged with gathering data and making policy recommendations regarding matters pertaining to all women students and employees of the university. More information about this Presidential Commission and the application/nomination form can be found at http://www.wsu.edu/president/committees/commission-women.htmlOpenings beginning July 1 include the following positions: 1 administrative professional, 1 faculty, 1 classified staff, 1 WSU Spokane, 1 WSU Tri-Cities, 2 graduate students, 2 undergraduate students, and 7 at-large.Anyone interested in becoming a member should complete … » More …

Researchers, entrepreneurs can apply now for 2005 grants

The Washington Technology Center is now accepting applications for its spring round of research funding awards. WTC’s Research and Technology Development (RTD) awards are designed to help integrate new technologies into Washington business operations.   Companies that team with researchers from academic institutions or research centers can receive up to $240,000 in financial support for collaborative research projects. WTC invests more than $1 million annually on behalf of the state towards technology projects with strong commercial potential through this grants program.   Winning an RTD grant could help companies fund critical research to accelerate to-market delivery of an innovative technology or next-generation product release. It … » More …