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Doctoral education student receives international honor
April 14, 2017

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Henri Burns, a doctoral student in the College of Education’s mathematics and science education program, has been chosen by the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) to take part in five-day workshop in Taiwan this summer.

Tech company showcased at Capitol Hill anniversary reception
March 16, 2015

By Hope Belli Tinney, Washington SBDC

Andew-DePaula-at-a-tradeshow-80SPOKANE, Wash. – IntelliPaper, a technology company in Eastern Washington, will be highlighted today (Monday, March 16) at the America’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) 35th anniversary celebration in Washington, D.C.

First-generation alumnus recognized in Ebola virus fight
February 25, 2015

By Cheryl Reed, Graduate School

Pimentel-80PULLMAN, Wash. – On Feb. 11, President Barack Obama in a news conference publicly recognized a group of heroes, including U.S. Navy Cdr. Guillermo “Billy” Pimentel, a 1999 Washington State University graduate.

Professor named a fellow of National Academy of Inventors
December 16, 2014

Bandyopadhyay-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Amit Bandyopadhyay, a Washington State University researcher who developed a way to make tools out of moon rock and artificial bone on a 3D printer, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).

National association honors Mount Vernon manager
June 30, 2014

By Cathy McKenzie, WSU Mount Vernon

Jeanne-Burritt-80MOUNT VERNON, Wash. – Administrative manager Jeanne Burritt recently was honored for 20 years of service to a national association of employees who help their institutions and agencies gain access to excess U.S. government-owned equipment.

Pharmacy professor recognized by state diabetes educators
April 1, 2014

campbell-80SPOKANE, Wash. – A semi-retired professor of pharmacy at Washington State University was presented the 2014 Distinguished Services Award from the Washington Association of Diabetes Educators at their annual meeting in Seattle on March 22.

AIDS quilt helps us remember lives lost
December 1, 2010

PULLMAN – More than 350 panels of the AIDS quilt will be on display Nov. 30–Dec. 2 in the CUB ballroom.

 

The quilt is recognized as the largest ongoing community art project in the world. It began with a single 3×6 foot panel 23 years ago and today includes more than 47,000 panels that educate and generate HIV/AIDS awareness.

Each panel represents an individual’s life. Panels have come from every state in the nation and have been created by friends, lovers and family members in an attempt to transform loss and heartbreak into hope and healing.

 

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Associate dean joins National Education Research Committee
November 4, 2009

PULLMAN — Corinne Mantle-Bromley, interim associate dean for WSU’s College of Education, has accepted a nomination to serve on the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education’s (AACTE) Committee on Research and Dissemination.

AACTE is an alliance of educator preparation programs that promotes learning for students in preschool through 12th grade. The Committee on Research and Dissemination works to develop the association’s research agenda and create effective strategies for distributing the findings. Committee members also serve on the Journal of Teacher Education’s editorial board.

Mantle-Bromley will serve a three-year term, starting in March. Before being named interim dean, she was chair of WSU’s … » More …

2009 President’s Award honors select undergraduate and graduate students
April 27, 2009

PULLMAN — Forty-four undergraduate and graduate students have been selected to receive the 2009 President’s Award at WSU.

For more than a decade, the President’s Award has been bestowed annually to less than one percent of the university’s undergraduate and graduate students who exemplify exceptional leadership and service to the university and the community. Students are selected based on their leadership and engagement consistent with the university’s values of inquiry and innovation, character, teamwork and diversity.
 
The 44 students selected include undergraduate and graduate students from a wide variety of academic fields, from broadcast news to neuroscience, and includes students from … » More …

Murrow School presents awards
April 11, 2008

PULLMAN – The WSU Edward R. Murrow School of Communication presented the Hall of Achievement awards April 2 to school alumni Gary Larson, Kenji Kitatani, Tim Pavish, Ron Carter, Michael Shepard and Patrick M. Scott.

Larson, a 1972 alumnus best known for his cartoon panel “The Far Side,” was unable to attend the event but sent a message to the school stating how his interest in advertising and biology led to his successful career.

“I never foresaw how this might all come together, but it’s pretty clear to me now that my classes at WSU were vital in both nurturing a creative bent I … » More …