student affairs

Office trades in Lighty sparks open house

PULLMAN – Several offices in the Division of Student Affairs, Equity and Diversity recently traded spaces and will host an open house from 2-4 p.m.,  Tuesday, February 17.    Appetizers will be served in Lighty 180 and dessert in Lighty 260 during the open house.   The following have traded spaces:   – Center for Advising […]

Reorganization spurs new name and planning

Michael J. Tate’s start to summer has been anything but relaxing since new WSU President Elson S. Floyd announced last week that the Division of Student Affairs would join the Office of Equity and Diversity to forge a new administrative area. Tate, vice president for Equity and Diversity, will assumed leadership of both areas on June […]

Tate to take on additional role as vp of Student Affairs

PULLMAN – Michael J. Tate, who has served as vice president for the Office of Equity and Diverity at Washington State University since September 2004, now will also serve as vice president for Student Affairs for the university. In making the announcement, WSU President Elson S. Floyd said the positions are complementary ones and that Tate’s […]

WSU slowly closes gap between peer schools

Results from the 2006 National Survey of Student Engagement arrived about seven weeks ago, gripping the attention of many administrators — especially those in Student Affairs. Here’s the bottom line: Washington State University made significant advancements in several areas, declined in others, but overall remains below the average of its peers in all five major […]

Jamison named acting VP for Student Affairs at WSU

PULLMAN – Alton L. Jamison, the associate vice president for educational development for Washington State University, has been named acting vice president for student affairs of the university.Jamison has filled a variety of roles in the Office of Student Affairs since coming to WSU in 1994.“I am pleased that Al Jamison has accepted the position […]