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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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State STEM scholarship expanding to encompass new skills

Thanks to bipartisan support in the Legislature, the $200 million public-private scholarship program is being expanded to help students gain specialized skills at community and technical colleges – skills such as nursing, welding and metal fabrication that are in high demand and don’t require four-year degrees.

Host families give a boost to WSU med students

As part of its effort to be a community medical school, each of the 60 students in WSU’s inaugural class is assigned to a city for clinical rotations: Everett, Vancouver, the Tri-Cities and Spokane. Students spend a week at their site three times during the first year and another three during their second to get to know the community and get early hands-on experience with patients.

EWU has come a long way from its roots as a kids’ school and teachers’ college

Eastern Washington University’s leaders aren’t standing idly by while Spokane becomes a hub for innovation and a magnet for employers. Instead they are pursuing new facilities at the main campus in Cheney and in Spokane’s booming University District, scrambling to keep up with demand for degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.

University of Idaho to expand scholarship program

The University of Idaho announced Friday its plan to expand the Western Undergraduate Exchange scholarship program to the 16 participating states and territories of the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.

Moody Bible Spokane faculty starting new Christian college

The Moody Bible Institute Spokane campus may be closing, but former faculty and local Christian leaders are not discouraged. “God is not done with higher biblical education in Spokane,” said Wendy Liddell, Moody’s former Associate Dean of Academics.