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  • Spokane Falls Community College to offer bachelor’s degree

    Spokane Falls Community College will begin offering a four-year applied science degree. The expansion is part of a statewide effort to boost educational opportunities targeting high-demand fields and is designed …


  • UW, WSU training medical proposals

    University of Washington

    The plan: Double existing Spokane physician training program to 80 students per class, eventually expanding to 120; continue dedicating slots to students from Washington’s small towns; …


  • Rural remedies

    Growing up, Liz Stuhlmiller spent long summer days working in her family’s wheat and barley fields near Reardan. “I’ve had to work ever since I was 12, and if you’re …


  • Local, national efforts aim to draw girls into STEM fields

    Women are a workforce minority in science, technology, engineering and mathematics professions, four fields that the U.S. Department of Commerce expects to grow at twice the rate of other professions …


  • Tuition freeze is baby step in right direction for lawmakers

    Classes start today at Eastern Washington University. While every new school year brings a sense of hope and new beginnings, this year also brings something that is virtually unheard of …


  • Higher ed called key for spreading success

    A higher-education expert kicked off the sixth annual Our Kids: Our Business campaign Friday with this observation: “You have never been more likely to die poor in this country if …


  • EWU studies switch to semesters

    Eastern Washington University officials are working on plans to change from a three-quarter to a two-semester system, falling in line with about 90 percent of higher education institutions nationwide. But …

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