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Atrium Music presents the Music Teachers National Association
February 11, 2009

The WSU chapter of the Music Teachers National Association will be performing in the Holland/Terrell Library Atrium Friday Feb. 27 at 12:15 p.m.

The performance will be the third of the Atrium Series concerts of the semester.

The concert is free of charge, although there is limited seating.

Recent works join distinguished gallery
September 8, 2008

Portraits of the three most recent past presidents have joined those of earlier WSU chief executives on display across campus.


Private funds paid for the paintings of V. Lane Rawlins and Samuel H. Smith. The portrait of Glenn Terrell was donated by Glenn and Gail Terrell.


 Portraits of other past presidents, and their locations, include: E. A. Bryan, Bryan Hall; Ernest O. Holland, Holland Library; Wilson Compton, Compton Union Building; and C. Clement French, French Administration Building. There are no portraits of George Lilley and John E. Heston, who each served brief tenures just after the university’s founding.


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Sculpture dedication to follow art talk
September 29, 2006

A new permanent sculpture in front of the Holland and Terrell Libraries will be dedicated at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 13, in honor of former WSU President Glenn Terrell. The public is invited.Titled “Bookin’,” the life-sized bronze depicts a briskly walking figure made of books. It was created by Santa Fe artist Terry Allen. Allen also will present the Friel Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Fine Arts auditorium. The lecture series is named for John Friel, a 1962 WSU Fine Arts graduate, and is funded by an endowment established in his memory by his parents.

Former president author of ‘how-to’ book on leadership
February 7, 2003

Former Washington State University President, Glenn Terrell, has published “The Ministry of Leadership: Heart and Theory,” a “how to” manual for successful leaders.“On virtually every page of this useful book you will get that rare treat: leadership wisdom grounded in and extracted from experience,” said Warren Bennis, professor of business at USC.As president of WSU from 1967 to 1985, Terrell faced challenges of higher education from student activism to dwindling government funds for state-funded universities.Readers are given an insight into Terrell’s persona throughout his tenure and how those experiences related to his goals and accomplishments at WSU. Terrell shares his leadership narratives, his respect for … » More …