Cougar baseball discounts for employees

Washington’s annual May celebration of public employees will include discounted tickets to Cougar baseball, as well as recognition of WSU employees. Public Service Recognition Week, May 5-8, will include recognition events in Spokane, Vancouver, the Tri-Cities, Seattle and Olympia (see here). WSU employees who have reached 40 years of service will receive a certificate from […]

Students create new website for CREDC

Nine students enrolled in the Digital Technology and Culture Program at WSU Vancouver partnered with the Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) to create a new website aimed at business owners interested in expansion and relocation.   “One of the responsibilities of a land grant university, such as WSU Vancouver, is to give back to […]

WSU Vancouver hosts holiday open house

VANCOUVER – The WSU Vancouver Office of Development and Alumni Relations invites the community to share the holiday spirit at an open house in the Firstenburg Student Commons, 4 to 7 p.m., Dec. 3. The WSU Vancouver Community Choir will perform at 5 p.m., followed by a greeting from Chancellor Hal Dengerink at 5:30 p.m. […]

Governor appoints three to technology board

Gov. Christine Gregoire has appointed three WSU administrators to the Washington Technology Center Board of Directors. That gives WSU three out of six positions on the higher education portion of that board.The three new directors include Hal Dengerink, chancelor of WSU Vancouver (photo left); Ralph Cavalieri, associate dean and director of the Agricultural Research Center; and […]

Dengerink leads move to campus autonomy

Washington State University President V. Lane Rawlins has named Hal Dengerink, campus executive officer and dean for WSU Vancouver, as special assistant to the president, to work on the recently announced recommendations for WSU’s newer campuses. He will fill the position on a half-time basis while continuing his Vancouver campus leadership role. “Hal Dengerink is […]