business affairs

Search for police chief continues

The search committee seeking a new police chief for WSU will be doing more interviews, after three finalists who were originally identified all withdrew their names from consideration. Rich Heath, senior associate vice president for business affairs who oversees the WSU police department, said the search committee met again on Friday and will be interviewing […]

Greg Royer returns for three-year term

Greg Royer will resume his duties as vice president for business affairs for Washington State University as of Nov. 1, for a three-year term. Royer retired from the university on Oct. 1. Having completed 30 years of full-time service at Washington State University, Royer had reached the highest level of retirement benefits he can achieve […]

Local governments, nonprofits given first chance to buy land

In an effort to be a good neighbor, Washington State University has altered its policy for selling property. After hearing concerns from citizens and governments next door to WSU real estate, Business Affairs developed a plan to give those parties a first right to purchase land, said Mel Taylor, director of special projects for WSU’s […]

Royer retires, but he may be back

Greg Royer, vice president for business affairs at WSU since August 1999, has retired from that position as of Oct. 1. President V. Lane Rawlins praised Royer’s work, both on various projects and in building strong, positive relationships between his office and other parts of the university. Glenn Ford, associate vice president for business and […]