By Will Ferguson, College of Arts & Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – A group of boisterous adolescents in Okanogan County, Wash., quiets down to peer into microscopes and begin to apply new skills in DNA analysis to find a missing person.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Much is made about the shortage of qualified applicants for available nursing jobs in the U.S., but educators say there’s also a shortage of qualified faculty members who teach new nurses.
Increasing college tuition has proven to be a thorn in the sides of college students and parents nationwide. Now, more than ever, students are watching college costs, as well as the surge in competition for scholarships and grants. “This trend is continuing and, at best, will persist into the near future, if not long term,” […]