April 1, 2009
PULLMAN — Cyberbullying is a problem for everyone from kindergarteners to professors, say the organizers of an April 9 forum on electronic harassment.
“The forum would benefit undergraduate and graduate students, parents, teachers, university faculty,” said Assistant Professor Sarah French, head of the Brain Education Library at WSU. “Cyberbullying happens on college campuses, in the workplace—it’s not just confined to school-age children.”
The WSU College of Education Research Forum and Community Dialogue will be led by French and her research colleague, Assistant Professor Hal Jackson of the Department of Teaching & Learning. The panel presentation, preceded by … » More …
March 25, 2009
Gene Rosa, center, with visiting school children at WSU Museum of Art.
More than 2,000 people in the past month have viewed the exhibition “Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers” at the WSU Museum of Art, and thousands more are expected.
An endowment established by faculty member Eugene Rosa funds the Buy-a-Busload-of-Kids Program, which has brought in several hundred students from area schools, with at least 1,000 more scheduled over the next month.
“The Museum of Art is incredibly fortunate and grateful to have a supporter like Eugene Rosa,” said Anna-Maria Shannon, associate director. “Because of his … » More …
January 14, 2009
PULLMAN – Chris Bruce has been recognized as the Northwest Curator of the Year by art critic Regina Hackett of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Bruce said, “This is a terrific acknowledgement of the Museum of Art/WSU, for these exhibitions are not ‘my exhibits’ – they are the product of a dedicated and talented professional staff. Without the commitment to the art of our time and region by individuals like Curator Keith Wells and Associate Director Anna Maria Shannon, they simply would not happen.”
Since 2006, the Museum of Art/WSU has organized three exhibitions that have … » More …