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Prototype classroom focuses on student engagement
February 11, 2016

By Richard H. Miller, Academic Outreach and Innovation

Visa-Thach-in-Bryan-404PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s future Digital Classroom Building is a deep hole in a muddy field. But the future is already here, albeit in a more traditional building, 107-year-old Bryan Hall.

Classroom technology, facility upgrades planned for summer
February 9, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. – General university classrooms in Clark, Wegner and Avery halls are slated for technology upgrades and minor renewal during the summer. Auditoriums in Kimbrough, Fine Arts and Goertzen halls are included in the technology upgrades.

Classroom tech upgrades will continue this summer
January 8, 2014

classroom-100PULLMAN, Wash. – General university classrooms in Thompson, Webster and Murrow East halls are slated for technology upgrades in the summer. The Washington State University projects are in the design phase and will be completed before fall semester 2014.

NCAA rules two Cougar student-athletes ineligible
July 27, 2010

PULLMAN – The NCAA has ruled WSU student-athlete Dan Spitz ineligible for the first nine games of the 2010 season for violating the NCAA’s banned substance use policy.


Spitz, a redshirt sophomore defensive tackle on the Cougar football team, will be allowed to practice with the team throughout the season. Under the NCAA’s program, failure to comply with the policy results in the student-athlete being withheld from competition in all sports for a minimum of 365 days. Spitz will be eligible to compete for the Cougars when they host California, Nov. 6.


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Grad student’s plan ignites business with colleagues
November 11, 2005

Christopher Strahl is a vibrant business graduate student at WSU. With the support of Joe Harris, business development specialist at the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and Bintong Chen, business professor with WSU online learning, Strahl is a prime example of the “From Learning to Practical Application” logic. That is, he uses real-world business applications for in-class studies and homework assignments. And then he applies them to the real world.“I’ve been doing business plans since high school, but as far as competitions in college go, I’ve been in four,” Strahl said. “Business plan competitions provide a unique look at what it takes to actually start a … » More …