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  • WSU Ranks High Among Nation’s Safest Schools

    Host: Dean of Students

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    Students on campus

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  • WSU Center for Civic Engagement now hiring full time Faculty Consultant

    Host: Center for Civic Engagement

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  • $9 Million Awarded to WSU TRIO Upward Bound Programs

    Host: Upward Bound

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    WSU will receive $9 million over five years to continue providing five existing Upward Bound programs and establish two new ones, the U.S. Department of Education has announced.

    WSU’s Upward Bound programs serve high school students in Okanogan County, Columbia Basin, Yakima Valley, Central Washi…

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  • Longtime Upward Bound Director to Retire

    Host: Upward Bound

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    After helping more than 700 low-income and first generation students graduate from high school and enroll in college during her 13-year career at Washington State University, Gail Casper is ready to devote more time to things like fishing and her family.

    The director of two Upward Bound programs …

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  • New Assistant to the VP Announced

    Host: Division of Student Affairs

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    Karly Gomez recently joined the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs as the assistant to the vice president. Gomez brings over 15 years of experience in office administration, customer service and budget management. She previously served as the executive assistant to the director of SEL …

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  • Annual Forum Key to Establishing Key Partnerships

    Host: Office for Access, Equity, and Achievement

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    By Lucila Loera, Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs, Office for Access, Equity, & Achievement

    Every year the Office for Access, Equity & Achievement provides an in-service two-day training on the Pullman campus to bring programs and partners together to design institutional str…

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  • Using Our Strengths to Improve Teamwork

    Host: Division of Student Affairs

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    As an enthusiastic user of the StrengthsQuest™ online assessment in her curriculum and academic advising sessions, TRIO Student Support Services Program director Angie Klimko has long been hoping to bring greater university awareness about the tool to her staff and other WSU colleagues. That commit…

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  • WSU names Jeffries director of GIESORC

    Host: Gender Identity, Expression, and Sexual Orientation Center

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    Matthew Jeffries, academic coordinator in WSU’s College of Education, has been selected director of the Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center.

    Jeffries, who will begin his new position June 1, succeeds Heidi Stanton Schnebly, who several months ago accepted a position …

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