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WSU leads team to determine state’s iconic architecture
May 28, 2015

By Ethan Nash, Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture intern

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Hanford nuclear site, Seattle’s Bullitt Center and the historic center of the Washington State University Pullman campus are among the most significant and representative architectural sites in Washington, according to WSU researchers.

April 24: Innovators talk focuses on Northwest quinoa
March 26, 2014

By Rebecca E. Phillips, University Communications

quinoa-220SEATTLE, Wash. – Efforts to establish a quinoa production center in the Pacific Northwest will be presented by crop breeding expert Kevin Murphy at the Washington State University Innovators lecture and lunch 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 721 Pine St., Seattle. Register at http://bit.ly/1dLtwOL.

Statewide system emerging
February 5, 2004

Branch campuses, newer campuses, urban campuses — the descriptors have changed several times, but Washington State University’s three teenage offspring — WSU Vancouver, WSU Spokane and WSU Tri-Cities — are not confused about their roles or need to establish their own identities. Last spring, the university’s Board of Regents gave WSU the nod to transform these growing campuses (founded in 1989) into a statewide “system.”Two questions currently at the forefront are: How will the new statewide system be structured? And, how is that transformation progressing? Realizing this was a gargantuan undertaking, the university named Hal Dengerink as a special assistant to the president, assigned to … » More …