PULLMAN, Wash. – International Women’s Day, March 8, has been designated by the United Nations since 1911 to celebrate women’s achievements, struggles and influence. Community members are invited to celebrate with Washington State University March 6-10 with an awards luncheon, artist visit, food/supplies drive and more.
Donald Matteson, left, will be recognized for 50 years of
service to WSU at the annual reception Dec. 10. Ronald
Brosemer, center, and Jack Rogers will be honored for 45
years of service. (Photo by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo
One WSU employee will be honored for 50 years of service and two others for 45 years at the annual Employee Recognition Reception Wednesday, Dec. 10, in the CUB ballroom. The reception begins at 3:30 p.m., followed by a short program at 4 p.m. to recognize nearly 600 employees … » More …
Photo: Kathi Goertzen is an anchor at KOMO TV and a Murrow graduate.
PULLMAN – WSU communication graduates are inspiring a new generation of professionals to reach for their dreams and remember their roots.
That is just one reason Seattle television journalist Kathi Goertzen and Washington businessman Ted Baseler were inducted into the WSU Edward R. Murrow School of Communication Hall of Achievement last week.
In a special Nov. 30 ceremony in the Summit Room at KOMO Radio/TV, WSU president Elson Floyd presented crystals to Goertzen and Baseler in honor and recognition of their achievements and service throughout their distinguished careers. … » More …
RICHLAND – The recipients and donors of more than $59,000 in WSU Tri-Cities scholarships will be recognized at luncheon today.
These are the annual scholarships offered at WSU Tri-Cities, typically awarded to juniors and seniors. An event for the special freshman scholarship donors will be held in early 2008.
The luncheon starts at noon at WSU Tri-Cities in the Consolidated Information Center, Room 120, at 2770 University Drive, Richland.
The program features about 30 scholarship recipients making brief comments about how important the financial assistance is to their educational goals.
The scholarship contributors include several service groups, Kadlec Medical Center Foundation, … » More …
Photo: Five of seven WSU employees honored for 40-years of service attended the university’s annual employee recognition reception. Left to right, they are Ken Duft, Joe Watson, Ken Casavant, Betty Musick and Lana Miller posing with WSU President Elson S. Floyd. (Photo by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services.)
Seven employees were recognized for 40 years of service to WSU at the university’s annual employee recognition reception Nov. 29 in WSU’s Ensminger Pavilion.
Along with the Crimson Spirit award, the 2007 reception was part of the enhanced employee recognition program that WSU began in 2005.
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The College of Business at Washington State University has recognized 42 of its faculty, stafff and students for outstanding achievement and excellence.The awards for faculty and staff were announced at a college-wide reception on April 27, while student awards were announced at the Celebration of Student Excellence on April, 13.“The high caliber of our faculty, staff, and students makes it difficult to determine who receives theses awards each year,” says Dean Eric Spangenberg. “We are fortunate to have so many dedicated and exceptional people in the College of Business.”The Outstanding Faculty Award winners were: * Teaching, Bintong Chen, management and operations* Research, Gene Lai, finance, and Mark A. Fuller, … » More …
Photo: Michael Di Filippo with Terry Shultz.Though he was hired in fall 2006 to do basic lab maintenance chores, Washington State University junior Michael Di Filippo’s extra hard work paid off when he was named not just the “Best Student Employee” at the university, but also in the state.Di Filippo, 25, from Spokane, received a certificate and a portfolio holder from WSU, and a plaque and cash from Washington State Student Employment Administrators, part of the western division of the National Association of State Employment Administrators organization. A presentation ceremony at WSU was on April 9, the first day of the state’s student employment week.“I … » More …
April 9-13 is National Student Employment Week and departments looking for ways to recognize students can use the suggestions provided by the Student Employment Center below.*Monday, April 9- Award DayCreate and distribute awards to honor all student workers. The awards can be professional, creative or fun.*Tuesday, April 10- Treat DayBring your student workers a special treat, such as cookies or cake, to say thanks.*Wednesday, April 11- Thank You DayTake the time to say thanks by writing a thank you note or telling your workers personally.*Thursday, April 12- Decoration DayDecorate the workplace with posters, banners or balloons to celebrate your student workers.*Friday, April 13- Bring Mom to Work DayCelebrate … » More …
This season marks the 90th anniversary of the 1917 Washington State College national champion basketball team. The team won 25 of 26 games and captured the first Pacific Coast Conference championship. Several decades later, the team received its greatest honor, and in the process would forever go down in history, when it was declared the 1917 basketball national champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation.The team will be recognized during the March 1 WSU-UCLA game at Beasley Coliseum. March 1 will mark the 90th anniversary of the 1917 team’s final game of the season, a 53-10 win over Idaho. For the full article, see http://wsucougars.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/022507aag.html