President Elson S. Floyd sent facutly and staff an open letter on April 2 updating them on the budget situation in Olympia and the steps WSU is taking to prepare for the final budget allocations. Find the letter online here.
OLYMPIA — WSU will lose 20 percent of its current state funding base under a proposed 2009-2011 budget announced March 30 by Senate leadership and under consideration by the Senate Ways and Means Committee. “We at WSU recognize that the Legislature is dealing with the impact of an economic crisis that is unparalleled since […]
Washington State Supreme Court Justice Charles Johnson swears in Rep. John Lovick (D-Mill Creek) as Speaker Pro Tem. PULLMAN —The Washington Supreme Court’s nine justices will lunch with students, speak to classes regarding the constitution and legal careers, and hear arguments on real cases in a community visit to WSU Sept. 24 – 25. […]
Fiscally speaking, these are the darkest days in more than two decades, as the Legislature faces a $2.5 billion budget deficit that may expand. Yet, there are those who talk of renovation and restoration of state government and building for the next generation. Washington State University and the University of Washington have tried to point […]