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Fun, facts await horse fans at equine expo
September 3, 2004

Enjoy a day of fun and learn about equine health issues at the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s Second Annual Horse Conference and Expo on Saturday, Sept. 25, in Pullman. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and costs $5. The expo closes at 5 p.m.Public demonstrations and lectures will be held on topics such as recognizing lameness in horses, training methods, general breed characteristics, equine dentistry and disease, and horse business and tax issues. Also, 4-H and FFA youth judging teams and individuals will compete. Tours of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital will be offered. Student clubs will host displays. Food and equine products will be for … » More …

Enrollment Management Conference June 9-11
May 18, 2004

The 2004 WSU Enrollment Management Conference will be held on the WSU Pullman campus June 9-11.The Enrollment Management Conference is for anyone who participates in recruiting or retaining undergraduate students at Washington State University or who wishes to gain a greater knowledge of the university’s academic programs and enrollment management activities.The conference will include a presentation by Doug Baker, vice provost for academic affairs, on “Strategies to Offer the Best Undergraduate Experience in a Research University.” In addition, there will be more than 30 informational presentations from which tochoose.Before June 1, registration will be $50. After June 1, $65. Full details about the conference and … » More …

Women meet at WSU to ‘think politics’ June 12–16
June 12, 2002

More than 30 young women from the Northwest will be at Washington State University this week to learn how to become politically involved from women who are making their voices heard in today’s political arena.Women are 52 percent of the voting population, yet they are scarce in the nation’s policy-making and decision-making bodies, said Kathy Zeches, one of the WSU program organizers and director of Women’s Resource Center (WRC). In 2001, women held only 22.4 percent of the seats in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Only five women served as governors.Conference speakers include state Sen. Lisa Brown of Spokane; Colleen F. Cawston, chair … » More …