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WSU Vancouver exhibits children’s interpretive art
February 9, 2009

VANCOUVER – Art work made by preschool children in the Child Development Program at WSU Vancouver will be on display in the university library gallery through April 24.

The artwork created by the CDP children, from ages 3 to 5, shows their curiosity and creativity. The children have used both traditional and non-traditional art media in unique ways, always exploring and experimenting as they go. There will be examples of creative art, and art that focuses on fine art, photography, literature and nature. 

The Child Development program serves a diverse group of families. The CDP students are children of WSU Vancouver faculty, staff, students … » More …

University library displays children’s art
December 13, 2007

Vancouver – Artwork made by preschool children in the Child Development Program at WSU Vancouver will be on display the university library from Dec. 7 to Feb. 15.

“The artwork created by the CDP children shows their curiosity and creativity,” said Erin Dengerink Madarang, director of campus galleries. “The children have used both traditional and non-traditional art media in unique ways, always exploring and experimenting as they go. There are a number of pieces created by individual children as well as collaborative pieces and two fabulous three dimensional castles that were made by the entire … » More …

Preschool aids those with hearing impairments
April 14, 2006

Kaid’dub Pavel, a bright-eyed, blond-haired, effervescent 4-year-old, is leading the way for a new WSU preschool program that focuses on honing the oral language and listening skills of children with hearing impairments.Each Monday and Friday morning, Kaid’dub and a handful of other preschool children gather with speech-language pathologist Carla Jones, audiologist Michele Fredrickson, and undergraduate Speech and Hearing Sciences students inside Daggy Hall to do the same kinds of things preschool children all over the Palouse are doing: singing songs, playing games, painting pictures.Affiliated with WSU’s Speech and Hearing Clinic, the Oral Language Enrichment program (OLE!) opened in January in response to the requests from … » More …