PULLMAN, Wash. – Students don’t cuddle up with the Washington State University student handbook very often. Most professors aren’t keen on diving into the faculty manual, especially after a long day on campus.
In times of tight budgets and hiring freezes, it’s more important than ever for WSU offices to work together. “In this economic environment, we’re left with what and who we have,” said WSU ombudsman Judy Krueger at the recent monthly meeting of the Administrative Professional Advisory Council. “Offices must work as a team, consider […]