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WSU to curate, archive Hanford’s artifacts, photos
May 28, 2015

From WSU Tri-Cities

Hanford-historicalRICHLAND, Wash. – Washington State University Tri-Cities will begin professionally curating and archiving artifacts from the Hanford site’s Manhattan Project and Cold War collection, funded through a subcontract with the U.S Department of Energy (DOE).

WSU-Tri Cities partners with events firm
April 10, 2014

WSU-Tri-Cities-Stage-80RICHLAND, Wash. – Music festivals, culinary events and cultural performances are among the possibilities on campus now that Washington State University Tri-Cities has signed a contract with River Front Concerts LLC of Kennewick.

Football coach’s contract extended through 2018
November 18, 2013

By WSU Athletics

Leach-M-2012-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Bill Moos, Washington State University director of athletics, has extended head football coach Mike Leach’s contract through the 2018 season, Moos announced today.

Brock Motum signs contract with top Italian team
July 30, 2013

 

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07-27-13 Corriere dello Sport (Italy) – Bologna sul mercato, preso Motum (read it in Italian)

07-02-13 WSU Cougars.com – Brock Motum to Suit up with 76ers for NBA Summer League

PULLMAN, Wash – Brock Motum, 2013 Washington State University alumnus and basketball standout, announced Monday that he has signed a two-year contract with Virtus, a Bologna-based powerhouse in Italy’s top pro league.

Motum recently completed a week in the … » More …

Cougars announce letter of intent signees
February 6, 2008

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University head football coach Paul Wulff has announced the following student-athletes have signed a national letter-of-intent and will enroll at WSU this fall:

Myron Beck, S, 5-11/205, RS-SO, Seattle, Wash. (Ingraham HS ’06)

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Ingraham High School…led Metro League in receiving as a JUNIOR…hauled in 52 receptions for 952 yards and 12 touchdowns…named first-team All-Metro Sound Division…named a Seattle Times White Chip prospect following his SENIOR campaign…posted 34 receptions for 828 yards and three touchdowns…two-way player was named first-team All-Metro Sound Division as both a wide receiver and defensive back.

 

EASTERN ARIZONA: Redshirted … » More …

Regence executive committee meeting today
November 8, 2007

PULLMAN – The Board of Regents Executive Committee of Washington State University will hold a special meeting on Nov. 8, beginning at 2:30 p.m.

The purpose of the meeting is to consider a matter that should not be delayed until the board’s next regularly scheduled meeting: a delegation of authority to the president to approve a contract.

The meeting will be held in French Administration, Room 422, on the WSU Pullman campus. The regents will participate in the meeting via teleconference.

Coach Bennett and WSU agree to work out 7-year contract
March 29, 2007

PULLMAN – Washington State University and Men’s Basketball Head Coach Tony Bennett have agreed to restructure Bennett’s contract, Cougar Director of Athletics Jim Sterk announced Wednesday, March 28. The deal, when finalized, will run through the 2013-14 season. “Tony has agreed in principle to a seven-year contract and enhancement, but we are still working out the structure, so it would be premature to release any numbers,” Sterk said. “We have not worked out all the specifics, and will not do so until after the Final Four.” Bennett led the Cougars to 26 wins this season, tying WSU’s 1941 national runner-up squad for the most in … » More …

Pay increases: Who receives funds under proposed budgets
April 11, 2005

WSU Today recently asked Karl Boehmke, the university’s executive director of planning and budget, what the three state proposed budgets — from Gov. Christine Gregoire, the House and Senate — provided for funding in regards to salary increases. Boehmke outlined the proposed salary funding as follows (please note, this might change in the final state operating budget): * Faculty, administrative/professional and graduate employees: Salary increases averaging 3.2% on July 1, 2005 and 1.6% on July 1, 2006 are provided. These increases are at the same levels in the House, Senate, Gregoire and Locke budgets.* Nonrepresented classified employees:Salary increases of 3.2% on July 1, 2005 and 1.6% on July … » More …

Unfair labor practice complaint slated for Sept. 28-29 hearing
February 7, 2005

An initial decision on the unfair labor practice complaint filed last fall by the Washington Federation of State Employees against Washington State University will not be isssued by a Public Employment Relations Commission hearing examiner until late this year, at the earliest. On Feb. 4, PERC, WFSE and WSU held a telephone conference call and selected Sept. 28 and 29 as the dates when the ULP hearing will be held by a PERC hearing examiner.The ULP complaint, filed last fall, alleges that the university 1) interfered with the contract ratification process during the first Sept. 29 vote, and 2) refused to “bargain in good faith.” … » More …

Silence follows union election
December 17, 2004

Neither the union nor the university had much to say following the third ratification vote regarding the proposed contract between the Washington Federation of State Employees and Washington State University.The election, held Dec. 1, 7 and 8, drew 730 participants — 56 percent of the 1,300 WSU classified staff represented by WFSE. Unlike the previous two elections, this one divided the participants by bargaining units. In addition, supervisors and administrative assistants also were split out.As a whole, classified staff voted 437-293 (or 59.9 percent) to reject the proposed contract. (Margin: 144 votes.)Results, as separated by bargaining unit, were as follows:Accepting the contract:• Bargaining Unit 1, … » More …