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Cyberbullying invites community dialogue
April 1, 2009

PULLMAN — Cyberbullying is a problem for everyone from kindergarteners to professors, say the organizers of an April 9 forum on electronic harassment.

 

“The forum would benefit undergraduate and graduate students, parents, teachers, university faculty,” said Assistant Professor Sarah French, head of the Brain Education Library at WSU. “Cyberbullying happens on college campuses, in the workplace—it’s not just confined to school-age children.”

 

The WSU College of Education Research Forum and Community Dialogue will be led by French and her research colleague, Assistant Professor Hal Jackson of the Department of Teaching & Learning. The panel presentation, preceded by … » More …

Address by former Pakistan ambassador
January 24, 2008

Wendy Chamberlin

 

 

Former Ambassador to Pakistan and President of the Middle East Institute, Wendy Chamberlin, will give a public address on foreign policy within the Islamic world at 3:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 11, in the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE) Room 202. Her speech is titled “Pakistan After Bhutto: Perils and Prospects.” An open reception in the CUE Atrium will follow.

“We are honored to welcome an expert with the depth of experience in foreign relations as Ambassador Chamberlin,” said WSU Vice Provost of International Programs Lance LeLoup. “Her visit is especially timely in light of the recent tragic events in … » More …