Classified employees view biggest changes at WSU

Combine the service of five particular Washington State University classified employees, and you get more than a century of experience and a look at how things have changed over the years. • Topping the list of state classified staff with the most longevity at each of the WSU campuses is Jacqueline Knight, Facilities Operation Center […]

Volunteers give more than money to local agencies

It is the time of year known for giving, and faculty and staff are getting into the holiday spirit through the WSU Combined Fund Drive. The CFD is a way for state employees to donate, via payroll deductions, to more than 1,600 local, national or international charities through a single campaign. In operation for 20 […]

Former WSU Regent dies July 25

Robert W. (Bob) Strausz, a member of the Washington State University Board of Regents from 1973-77, died in Bellingham, July 25. Strausz was born in Yakima on Aug. 19, 1922. The Yakima High School graduate served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II and the Korean war. He earned a bachelor’s degree from […]

Arts icon retiring

Martha “Marty” Mullen is retiring May 15 after more than 31 years at WSU working with ASWSU and arts programming. A retirement party, “A Celebration of the Arts at WSU,” is planned for 3:30 – 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 22. A program of performances and readings by some of Marty’s artistic friends will begin at […]

Health & Wellness marks unique anniversary

Health and Wellness Services at Washington State University celebrates its 100-year anniversary April 23 with a public reception in the HWS lobby from 4 – 6 p.m. Presentations during the reception will begin at 5 p.m. and led by historian and retired longtime HWS physician, Dr. Betty K. Adams. Daniel Troupe, a HWS physician assistant, […]