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Research winners listed, including new international category
February 25, 2015

WileyPULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate, professional and undergraduate students recently showcased their academic accomplishments – including a new international category – at the annual Wiley Research Exposition at Washington State University.

Brock Motum signs contract with top Italian team
July 30, 2013



07-30-13 Tacoma News Tribune – Motum to join Italian pro team

07-24-13 NBA/Indiana Pacers – Brock Motum

07-27-13 Corriere dello Sport (Italy) – Bologna sul mercato, preso Motum (read it in Italian)

07-02-13 WSU – Brock Motum to Suit up with 76ers for NBA Summer League

PULLMAN, Wash – Brock Motum, 2013 Washington State University alumnus and basketball standout, announced Monday that he has signed a two-year contract with Virtus, a Bologna-based powerhouse in Italy’s top pro league.

Motum recently completed a week in the … » More …

APAC meeting Thursday, April 10
April 9, 2008

There will be a meeting of the Administrative Professional Advisory Council this Thursday, April 10, from 1:30-3 p.m. The next meeting will be Thursday, May 8, from 1:30-3:00 p.m.

Meeting locations vary by campus. Locations for Thursday’s meeting are as follows:      

WSU Pullman: Murrow 53

WSU Puyallup: Puyallup Room

WSU Spokane: SAC 415

Spokane Nursing: SNUR 214

WSU Tri-Cities: CIC 125Q

WSU Vancouver: VCLS 116

WSU Vancouver Research and Extension Center

WSU West: North Conference Room

The agenda for the meeting is  below:

*Welcome and Introductions

*Approval of March 13 Minutes

*Chairs report


*Marketing: Vickie (Chair)

*Recognition: Vickie (Chair)

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Grad/professional writing center opens
January 7, 2008

The Graduate and Professional Writing Center (GPWC) has opened in Smith CUE 414. It is the newest facet of WSU’s writing program, which has served undergraduates for 23 years.

“The communications needs of graduate students are very specific,” said Lisa Johnson-Shull, director of the program’s writing center.

“Our challenge was to begin to develop a resource — not be a proofreading or counseling service, but rather an environment of support where grad students can, for example, learn to frame questions for their dissertation chair and committee, or where international students can refine grammar and structural issues of writing.”

Johnson-Shull and English doctoral student Kristine … » More …

Eleven teachers earn professional certification
December 3, 2007

RICHLAND – Eleven teachers gave presentations Monday evening to complete their professional certification process through WSU Tri-Cities.

All teachers in the state of Washington, upon completing their teacher preparation program and fulfilling other requirements for their licenses, receive the “residency” teacher certificate. The next step is the “professional” teacher certificate. The WSU Tri-Cities Professional Certificate Program has graduated teachers twice a year since 2002.

“This allows teachers to be ‘highly qualified’ to teach in public schools,” said Professor Marisol Rodriguez-Price, coordinator of the professional certification program in the WSU Tri-Cities Department of Teaching and Learning. “It takes a lot of time and effort … » More …

APAC meeting this Thursday
September 10, 2007

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) will meet on Thursday, September 13 from 1:30-3 p.m.

Meeting locations for Thursday’s meeting are listed below.

WSU Pullman: Murrow, Rm 53

WSU Spokane: Spokane Academic Center, Rm 515

Spokane Nursing: ICN 214

WSU Tri-Cities: West Building, Rm 209

WSU Vancouver: Classroom Building, Rm 116

WSU Puyallup: Conference Room

For more information on APAC, visit

APAC to host honest, upfront discussion
April 5, 2006

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council is hosting the “Upfront and Honest Disccussion: What is important to YOU?” brown bag lunch on Monday, April 17 at noon.The discussion will be available at five locations including WSU Pullman in Murrow, Room 53; WSU Spokane in SIRTI, Room 350; WSU Spokane Nursing in SNUR, Room 214; WSU Tri-Cities, Room 210W; and WSU Vancouver, Room CL116.The brown bag lunch is an opportunity for individuals to speak out on work-related issues, information needs and APAC administration and service issues.For more information visit the APAC website at or e-mail the council at

AP Council meeting to feature human resources speaker
February 7, 2006

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will feature a human resources speaker at their monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9 from 1:30-3:00 p.m. in Murrow room 55.Faculty and staff are invited to attend to learn more about training opportunities, pose questions and comments to Human Resource Services, and get to know AP Council representatives.Attendance is also available through WHETS at Spokane in SCLS 119; Spokane Nursing in ICN 118-WECN IP; Tri-Cities in 260 W; Vancouver in CL 117; and Puyallup in the WHETS conference room.For more information email the council at

WSU Vancouver writing series poses question
February 3, 2006

The Professional Writing Series at Washington State University Vancouver continues with an exploration of an essential issue for many working professionals: “Should Writers Quit Their Day Jobs?”The discussion is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 16. at 7 p.m. in the Multimedia Classroom Building Room 6 on the WSU Vancouver campus. Author and journalist Michael Balter will lead the discussion. The event is free and open to the public.Balter, author of “The Goddess and the Bull,” has written for Science, Travel & Leisure, and Bon Appetit magazines as well as the L.A. Times and the Los Angeles Weekly. He currently lives and works in Paris.Balter’s book examines … » More …

“Professional Development Center” launched by gift
October 13, 2005

The grand opening for the Scott and Linda Carson Center for Professional Development will commence at 4:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14. in Todd 101.New vice president of sales for Boeing Commercial Airplanes Scott E. Carson and his wife, Linda, are investing with their family $275,000 to create and build the innovative Professional Development Center at the Washington State University College of Business and Economics.The facility will provide students with unique resources and opportunities to put critical, nonacademic finishing touches on their education as they prepare for internships and careers in the “real world.”“The center is designed to provide students with professional- and leadership-development opportunities that … » More …