In addition to funding a significant portion of WSU’s compensation request for 2023–25, the operating budget includes millions for new degree programs, scholarships and university-affiliated centers across the state.
PULLMAN – The WSU College of Pharmacy will suspend state funding for its Chronic Illness Research Center (CIRC) co-located on the Pullman and Spokane campuses effective Aug. 31. The suspension of state funding will eliminate one half-time administrative professional position at WSU Spokane and two full-time administrative positions at Pullman. James P. Kehrer, dean […]
WSU President V. Lane Rawlins will join Rep.Fred Jarrett (R-Mercer Is.), who serves on the Legislature#s higher education committee, to discuss the need for permanent state funding for higher education during a live radio interview 9 – 10 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 28, on KUOW’s “Weekday” program. The program can be heard live on KWSU (1250 […]