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WSU Everett student named ‘Rising Star’ by national Society of Women Engineers

EVERETT, Wash. – Jan. 4, 2019 – The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) recognized Washington State University (WSU) Everett electrical engineering senior Kaitlin Ferguson, 19 of Brier, with one of the national association’s Rising Star awards. Fifteen awards are given annually to celebrate students’ contributions to SWE, the engineering profession, their campus and the community. “I am incredibly honored and grateful for the support from the same community I am passionate to promote,” Ferguson said. “SWE has given me numerous opportunities to excel and has motivated me to work even harder in 2019.” » More ...

Legislators meet with medical students at WSU Everett

Everett, Wash. – Nov. 30, 2018 – Members from the Washington State Legislature met at the WSU Everett campus today to attend a lunch forum with the second class of 15 medical students assigned to the university's medical school hub in Everett. Students thanked legislators for their support of the medical school and discussed their individual experiences so far. “I chose WSU for medical school because everyone here is working toward the same goals and I wanted to give back to my community,” one medical student said. » More ...

EvCC Alert: Report of assault

October 16, 2018 - EvCC security is alerting campus that a female student reported that at around 5:55 p.m. October 15 a man she did not know spoke with her inside the Parks Cafe then grabbed her butt twice. She said she saw the same man driving a gray van at around 8:30 p.m. on Tower Street near campus. He offered her a ride home and she accepted. In the van, near her home, she reported that he attempted to rape her. » More ...

Everett Herald | WSU Everett resumes classes with a new, seventh major

EVERETT — August 21, 2018 — A few years ago, Jessica Woods tried fixing a PlayStation. She watched a couple of videos online and got to work. Eventually, she thought she had it. After plugging the system in, the lights went out in her apartment. She wanted to learn what went wrong. Now, she’s majoring in electrical engineering and minoring in software engineering at Washington State University Everett. The Arlington woman and her classmates started fall semester Monday. » More ...

Everett Police Department Hosts Training at WSU Everett

EVERETT, Wash. – March 23, 2018 – All next week, the Everett Police Department will host 100 local officers for a Child Abduction Response Team (CART) training at WSU Everett. The police officers will be parked in parking lot K in both marked an unmarked cars.

A CART is a multi-jurisdictional team which is comprised of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies as well as private agencies.

Members are assigned a position based on their experience, expertise and the needs of the team. They can rapidly deploy once they are notified that a child has been abducted or is missing under suspicious circumstances.