Future looks 13 percent brighter for 2005 grads

What a difference a year makes! Graduates in the class of 2005 may have more job opportunities to select from than their predecessors when they hit the job hunting trail next spring. According to the 2005 National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Job Outlook survey, American employers plan to hire 13.1 percent more graduates […]

Culture and future celebrated

The first WSU conference dedicated to the recognition, celebration and preservation of traditional cultures of the Plateau Peoples will be held Sept. 29-30. The conference will inform participants about traditional cultures of the Plateau and pay tribute to individuals who preserved these traditions. “These are people who grew up during times when efforts to suppress […]

Public plays critical role in future of health industry

National nursing scholar and distinguished professor, Dr. Michael Carter, will be the featured speaker for the 2002 Cleveland Visiting Scholar events hosted by the Intercollegiate College of Nursing/Washington State University College of Nursing, Sept. 26-27, in Spokane. Dr. Carter will lead two separate presentations focused on nursing as a fundamental element in the health of […]

Yes, there will be future attacks

WSU Contacts Pullman – WASH., During a campus forum, sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, a crowd of about 100 people were briefed on topics ranging from the possibility of future terrorist attacks to the likelihood of a U.S. invasion of Iraq. “Yes,” is the conclusion of Thomas Preston, Professor of Political Science, “there […]