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Dean posts vacant no longer
August 19, 2005

Business and Economics• Eric Spangenberg is dean of the College of Business and Economics, and David Whidbee, associate professor of finance, is associate dean for faculty affairs and research in the college. Spangenberg had served as associate dean for faculty affairs and research since 2002 and, most recently, as senior associate dean of the college. Len Jessup, former dean, recently was named president of the Washington State University Foundation and vice president for university development.Pharmacy• James P. Kehrer, director of the Center for Molecular and Cellular Toxicology and Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professor of Toxicology at the University of Texas at Austin, has … » More …

Len Jessup appointed as president of Foundation
May 27, 2005

PULLMAN — Len Jessup, who was named acting president of the Washington State University Foundation and acting vice president for university development in March, has been appointed to those roles on a permanent basis.WSU President V. Lane Rawlins made the announcement Friday (May 27) at the foundation’s spring board meeting in Walla Walla.“We are very fortunate to have, within our own midst, what I consider to be the perfect choice for the vice presidency of development. Len has shown ability to lead, inspire and create, and he already has a good working relationship with many of our major donors,” Rawlins said.“In … » More …

Len Jessup named acting president of foundation
March 8, 2005

Len Jessup, who has served as dean of the College of Business and Economics at Washington State University since July 2002, has been named acting president of the WSU Foundation and acting vice president for university development.Jessup will take over for Richard Frisch, who announced last month that he would be leaving the foundation to become vice president for university advancement at Boise State University.”I am grateful for Dr. Jessup’s willingness to assume this role during our search,” said WSU President V. Lane Rawlins. “His background and skills are ideal for this position, and I feel confident that we can continue to move ahead under … » More …