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WSU veterinary college gains accreditation of Utah partner
December 15, 2014

By Charlie Powell, College of Veterinary Medicine

WIMU-vertical-4colorPULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has received approval of its educational agreement with Utah State University from the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Council on Education, the profession’s official accrediting body.

Faculty, researchers surveyed about global partnerships
February 21, 2014


By Jane Payumo, Office of International Programs

PULLMAN, Wash. – An online survey recently was emailed to faculty and researchers at Washington State University to assess their participation in international partnerships and determine what’s needed to expand it.

President’s column: WSU fosters innovation, prosperity
December 9, 2013

perspectives-2012-120pPULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University was created to be an engaged university. A critical part of our land-grant heritage is active partnership with communities, businesses, industry and stakeholders with an eye toward increasing quality of life and economic prosperity.

WSU seeks AmeriCorps members for local partnerships
August 26, 2005

Washington State University Vancouver is seeking three AmeriCorps workers to help carry out a new community partnership that will provide southwest Washington youth and adult volunteers with educational and career exploration opportunities in environmental stewardship, science and technology. Partners include WSU Clark County Extension 4-H, Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center and Salmon Creek Elementary School. “We look at this as a preliminary step in further connecting the university to our local community,” said Michael Holroyd, area extension faculty member at WSU Vancouver’s Engineering and Science Institute. “WSU Vancouver is excited about entering into these local partnerships and the opportunity to include AmeriCorps volunteers. Recruitment of … » More …

New diversity chief sets up shop
October 15, 2004

There is much work to do and little time to waste. That is the perspective that Michael Tate, interim vice president for Equity and Diversity, is taking as he begins to orchestrate diversity efforts at Washington State University. Tate was appointed by President V. Lane Rawlins to fill a new position aimed at strengthening WSU’s diversity programs and activities.”Recognizing and appreciating the diversity in our culture is an important ingredient in quality higher education,” Rawlins said. “The new position of vice president for Equity and Diversity was created to help us identify the necessary steps we must take to be a recognized leader in promoting … » More …