By Tina Hilding, Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture PULLMAN, Wash. – The first graduate of Washington State University’s online professional master’s degree program in electric power engineering is launching an effort to bring light, power and entrepreneurial opportunities to residents of Jiwaka Province, Papua New Guinea.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate, professional and undergraduate students recently showcased their academic accomplishments – including a new international category – at the annual Wiley Research Exposition at Washington State University.
BRIG, Switzerland – The first class to complete a double bachelor’s degree program through a hospitality business partnership in Switzerland graduated this fall. Some of the 23 Washington State University graduates will head directly into the profession.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Hiring international graduates benefits employers as well as students, according to the Office of International Programs (IP) at Washington State University. And the process is simpler than employers might expect. “Fortunately, there is little paperwork for an employer who hires international graduates through Optional Practical Training (OPT),” said Cheryl Hansen, IP’s director […]
Graduate student Nichole Olson, right, proudly shows the V-DAY hand sign. PULLMAN – Fascinated by human behavior, graduate student Nichole Olson started reading about psychology in high school. “I naturally fall into the listening role in many of my interpersonal relationships,” Olson said, adding that this made it easier for her to work at a sexual assault […]
PULLMAN — Frank Blethen, publisher and chief executive officer of The Seattle Times, will be the WSU Fall 2008 Commencement speaker. The event will begin 10 a.m. Dec.13 in the Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum. WSU President Elson S. Floyd will preside over the ceremony. Blethen is a fourth-generation member of the family that […]
WSU graduate student numbers continue to climb for fall 2008. Tenth-day enrollment figures show 3,396 graduate students — up from 3,330 in fall 2007. Enrollments showed the most growth on the Pullman (up 26) and Spokane (up 34) campuses while WSU Tri-Cities dropped by nearly 40 students. WSU Vancouver increased by 4. “Over […]
Chris Wuthrich is busy. He works as associate director of WSU Student Conduct, coaches youth soccer and will graduate with his Ph.D. in higher education administration May 3 in Pullman. How does he do it all? “The secret is that I get up at 4 a.m.” Wuthrich said. Balancing family, work and outside activities […]
PULLMAN –The WSU Museum of Art in collaboration with the WSU Fine Arts Department, will exhibit the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, April 18 – May 10. There will be an opening reception Friday, April 18 at 6 p.m. in the Museum of Art. This annual showcase represents the culmination of two or more […]
PULLMAN – The College of Sciences at WSU is taking applications from top high school seniors for a new program called STARS (Students Targeted toward Advanced Research Studies). “This is an exciting program created for the best science students in Washington who are interested in a research career in the molecular biosciences,” said […]