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For career opportunities visit Beasley Coliseum
February 11, 2009

PULLMAN – The WSU Center for Advising and Career Development (CACD) will host a Career Expo and associated events next week. The Career Expo is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 18 in Beasley Coliseum. More than 80 companies will be attending and many will conduct interviews the following day.

Prior to the Career Expo, a number of events will be held to prepare students to take full advantage of the opportunities presented by recruiters and graduate schools. Students may participate in mock interviews with recruiters to receive advice to strengthen their interviewing skills in sessions running from 9 a.m. to 4 … » More …

Rawlins television interview now available online
July 10, 2006

President V. Lane Rawlins was recently the guest on Inside Olympia, an interview program on the TVW television station. TVW President Cindy Zehnder was host and interviewer for the in-depth conversation.  Topics ranged from strategic developments at WSU over that past six years to increased admission standards and the Regents Scholars to the influence of Clark Kerr on the president’s educational philosophy, in particular the belief that public education must be excellent. President Rawlins’ own education, career and his work in labor economics are also discussed. To view and hear the interview via videostreaming, click on the following link,

Looking back, looking ahead
September 16, 2005

You might say that the 2005-06 year will be President V. Lane Rawlins’ golden year at Washington State University. Rawlins, who will turn 68 on Nov. 30, began work at the university in ’68 as a faculty member in the Department of Economics.No, he hasn’t been at WSU the entire time. He left in 1986 to become vice chancellor at the University of Alabama, and later was president of the University of Memphis for nine years. In 2000, however, he returned to become WSU’s ninth president.Rawlins wasted no time in setting the tone for his presidency, beginning work with faculty and staff to create a … » More …

Interview set for chancellor candidate at WSU Spokane
September 17, 2004

Sharon Davidson Hoffman, provost and vice president of academic affairs at Clayton College and State University, Morrow, Georgia, has been selected as a candidate for the chancellor’s position at Washington State University Spokane.

Hoffman will be interviewed 2:30-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, in the Phase I Auditorium on the WSU Spokane campus. Employees and community members are invited to attend the interview or watch it via live videostreaming or WHETS.Hoffman will begin with a 45-minute PowerPoint presentation titled “The Changing Face of Higher Education,” followed by a 45-minute … » More …