PULLMAN, Wash. – Seven Washington State University faculty members have been selected to be faculty fellows for the Honors College. “These are very involved educators who have made a remarkable impact on Honors College students and initiatives,” said M. Grant Norton, Honors College dean. Their three-year appointments will start May 16.
“Their areas of specialization, and even where they are located, points to the broad scope of the faculty who teach and mentor our students,” said Norton. This is the second cohort of Honor College faculty fellows, and is made … » More …
The application for the DBIA Competition is now open to those that are interested. A resume and cover letter explaining why you want to be on a team and what assets you would contribute to the teams is due by May 5th. Send resume’s and cover letters to email@example.com.
Designers - This is a great opportunity to get a different type of experience with design, involving “real world” design problems which can be better solved through the application of your creativity. It’s the little experiences and involvements like DBIA which will set you apart from your peers when its time to search for internships and … » More …
On Tuesday, Dick Silliman, Executive Vice President of Hoffman Construction was on the WSU Pullman campus. Dick has been instrumental in helping to advance WSU’s Construction Management program. To honor him and his 40th anniversary with the company, Hoffman generously established the Richard L. Silliman Distinguished Professorship in Estimating.
A distinguished professorship is an academic honor, designed to recognize distinctive and outstanding service to the university community, and a named professorship is one of the highest honors a faculty member can receive. The Silliman Professorship is to be awarded in recognition of excellence in teaching, specifically in the area of estimating. Tuesday, in front of … » More …
As posted in the INLANDER, Samantha Wohlfeil, on Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 11:14 AM
There are approximately 1,185 homeless people living in Spokane, including about 170 homeless families, most of which are suffering from the extreme consequences of poverty. Washington state University’s third-year architecture studio led by assistant professor Mona Ghandi is a Homeless Shelter Design build studio, and it aims at designing an affordable, portable, flexible, and self-stand shelter for homeless, using computational design and emergent technologies.
The Pullman Arts Commission is asking for public input on four prospective designs to enhance a bus stop in Pullman. The designs are on display at Neill Public Library through Monday 04/10/17.
The public is encouraged to rank designs in order of preference. Commissioners will consider public input as they develop a design recommendation for the City Council.
Designed by the WSU Collaborative: Architecture: Hamid Esmaeillou, Mohamed Ismail, Ayad Rahmani; Fine Arts: Kira Walters, Collin Horner, Ashley Lopez, Squeak Meisel; Interior Design: Victoria Page, Kathleen Ryan; Engineering: James Reyes, Quinton Lum, Jacob Leachman
“Every SURCA student participant learned something new through their research as well as contributed knowledge to their field,” said Mary F. Wack, vice provost for undergraduate education. “They also demonstrated considerable effort and had the confidence to deliver a high-quality SURCA presentation to their peers and the public.
“We are inspired by each and every one of those students, and proud that SURCA goes a great distance every year to advance research and help WSU deliver transformational educational experiences to undergraduates in every way.”
Arts and Design
Gray awards (2): Hamidreza Esmaeillou, Quinton Lum, Victoria Page, and James Reyes, mentor Kathleen Ryan, on “Co-Design of a Bus Shelter: … » More …