Pullman campus master plan consultant selected

  2008 WSU Pullman master plan map, courtesy of Capital Planning and Development          Related Campus Master Planning Committee WSU Pullman Master Plan WSU Spokane Master Plan WSU Vancouver Master Plan WSU Tri-Cities Master Plan WSU Mt. Vernon Research Extension Center WSU Prosser Research Extension Center     PULLMAN – Hanbury Evans Wright […]

Two Vancouver projects move forward

PULLMAN – The Board of Regents of WSU advanced two building projects for the Vancouver campus at its regularly scheduled meeting held Friday. The board approved the schematic designs for the Applied Technology Classroom Building and Washington Technology Center Semiconductor Component Testing Facility and schematic designs for an addition to the Education and Human Development […]

Current happenings

Hamlin named a Guggenheim fellow Will Hamlin, a professor of English, has been named a 2008 Guggenheim Fellow by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in New York City. He is one of 190 artists, scientists and scholars to receive a 2008 Guggenheim; successful candidates were chosen from more than 2,600 applicants.  “I’m deeply honored […]

Football planning begins for next season

The dimmed lights in Martin Stadium signal the end of Cougar football season for some, but for others the work has just begun. Football operations coordinator Shawn Deeds is busy planning the teams’ travel schedule for next year. “It’s a process that takes about three-quarters of the year,” he said. “We plan for the entire […]

Extension Engaged will focus on sustainablility

Extension Engaged will address practical aspects of community sustainability during its production at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in FSHN T-101. The Pullman audience is asked to be seated by 9:45 a.m. Videostream access also will begin then ONLINE @ Toll-free numbers and an e-mail provided during the program will allow viewers to send […]

Students plan activities for Cougar Pride Days

Pullman – In addition to Washington State University students volunteering with Cougar Pride Days spring cleaning and sprucing-up efforts, the March 28-April 6 event will feature a variety of student activities, sponsored by the Associated Students of WSU. According to Zach Wurtz, Cougar Pride Days planning committee member and ASWSU president, activities will include free food […]

Higher ed planning targeted

WSU President V. Lane Rawlins (left) and Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board Chair Bob Craves, discuss issues facing higher education prior to the HECB meeting Wednesday, Sept. 24, held in Smith Center for Undergraduate Education. Rawlins began the day’s meeting with a presentation regarding benchmarking and success at WSU. (Photo by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo […]

College Hill planning, management considered

A broad representation of the Pullman community will meet together 6 – 9 p.m., Nov. 14 in the Senior Citizen Center in Pullman City Hall to discuss ideas for guiding the future of College Hill development. This open workshop, moderated by Emmett Fiske, a local resident and organization development specialist, hopes to draw College Hill […]