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UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 9, 2019

Catalyst rising: Cross-laminated timber structure takes shape in U-District

Work on the Catalyst campus at the south landing of the University District Gateway Bridge has moved quickly, and the two buildings under construction are on pace to be complete …


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 …