WSU co-sponsors multi-ethnic literature conference

The Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies and the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS) will co-sponsor the 23rd annual MELUS Conference at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park in Spokane, April 2-5. Founded in 1973, MELUS endeavors to expand the definition of American literature through the study and […]

Natural resource scholars to speak on environment issues

Keith Blatner, professor and chair of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at WSU, and Roje S. Gootee, a WSU doctoral candidate, will speak on the “Committee for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach (CEREO): A Brief Overview” on April 12.The lecture, which is sponsored by the Thomas S. Foley Institute, is part of the Environmental […]

Achievers Scholars info. sessions April 19 & 20

Faculty and staff mentors are needed for the Washington Achievers Scholars Mentor Network.  Achievers Scholars are high-potential students from low-income families with a scholarship from the Washington Education Foundation. Many are first-generation college students and students of color.  These students add diversity to the campus and are not only strong academically but also contribute greatly […]

Deadline for tracking int’l students jolts nerves

The staff at International Programs is breathing a bit easier this week, but unknown federal regulations and deadlines governing the tracking of international students and scholars still have that office nervous. The distress of Sept. 11, including the ongoing war on terrorism and the formation of a Homeland Security department, has brought numerous changes to […]