Open access to research information; get informed

  Brian McManus, a graduate student in library science and staff member at WSU Libraries, is helping to plan International Open Access Week Oct. 18-24.   PULLMAN – It’s a variation on the tree falling in the forest conundrum: If a research article gets published in a journal no one can afford to subscribe to, […]

Student team addresses human mobility

VANCOUVER — The debate team from Washington State University Vancouver presents, “Has the automobile ravaged our nation? Can we return to a world of human mobility?” This debate is open to the public and will be held at noon, Nov. 7 on campus in the Administration Building, room 110. Inspired by this year’s New Student […]

Campus art tour explains history, relevance

Long-time Museum of Art/WSU docent, H. Clare Wiser will lead a free public art tour of the WSU campus tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. The tour will meet on the WSU Fine Arts Center plaza outside the Museum of Art. This will be an opportunity to view a number of sculptures placed around campus with Wiser, […]

Privacy vs. security issues discussed tomorrow

A public debate focusing on privacy vs. security will be held tomorrow, March 21, from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Glenn Terrell Mall.  The panel will include a sheriff, ACLU legal expert from the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, and a WSU Librarian. The debate ground rules include the opportunity for questions to and from audience members […]

National poll finds broad support for access

Americans strongly support open government and the press’ ability to access public records, and that support seems to be increasing, according to a national poll completed March 4 by researchers at WSU’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communication.Some eight in 10 Americans agree democracy requires government to operate openly, according to the telephone survey of […]

Public plays critical role in future of health industry

National nursing scholar and distinguished professor, Dr. Michael Carter, will be the featured speaker for the 2002 Cleveland Visiting Scholar events hosted by the Intercollegiate College of Nursing/Washington State University College of Nursing, Sept. 26-27, in Spokane. Dr. Carter will lead two separate presentations focused on nursing as a fundamental element in the health of […]