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WSU Everett faculty member recognized before Nov. 4 football game

Nov. 3, 2017 - Provost Dan Bernardo is delighted to recognize professors  Jacob Murray and Sena Clara Creston as Provost’s Featured Faculty Members for the Nov. 4 football game against Stanford. Murray is a clinical assistant professor and program coordinator for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at WSU Everett. “It’s an honor to work for WSU, being able to help build a brand-new campus and teach courses that I am passionate about is a dream come true,” Murray says. “It has been an excellent experience helping to shape a program from the ground up and bringing more crimson and gray to the west side of Washington.” » More ...

WSU Everett Wins VISION 2040 Award

SEATTLE, Wash. - Sept. 28, 2017 - City of Everett, Snohomish County and Washington State University have won a 2017 VISION 2040 Award from the Puget Sound Regional Council for WSU Everett. The awards recognize innovative projects and programs that help ensure a sustainable future as the region grows. "This was a huge undertaking, many years in the making - decades even - that required incredible partnerships to make a reality," said Josh Brown, Executive Director of PSRC. "The new campus will bring economic opportunities to Everett and provide advantageous degree paths for students seeking area employment in aerospace and tech." » More ...

Boeing funded WSU Everett endowment recognizes Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson’s leadership

August 15, 2017 – Everett, Wash. – WSU Everett students studying STEM fields just received a financial boost from The Boeing Company. At the WSU Everett open house on Aug. 15, Boeing Vice President Bill McSherry announced the establishment of the Ray Stephanson Scholarship for STEM Leadership. A scholarship will be awarded annually to a student in technical field who has demonstrated leadership skills. » More ...

Seattle Times | WSU’s new building: ‘the biggest thing Everett has ever done in terms of its future’

She was a self-described aviation buff who earned her private pilot’s license after high school, but when she got up in the air, Jennifer Johnson decided that piloting a plane was kind of boring. What she really liked was the stuff under the hood — the complex systems that make up a commercial airplane. But Johnson, who by her late 20s was married and living in Marysville with a toddler, couldn’t pick up and move somewhere to earn the engineering degree she’d need to do that kind of work. Then in 2014, an opportunity opened up close to home. Washington State University began offering engineering degrees in Everett, using space on the Everett Community College campus. Johnson brushed up on her math and science skills, then enrolled. » More ...

The Herald Business Journal | WSU students build their future by building the future

"Even on a college campus, a Mars rover draws attention. The go-kart-sized rover darts over a large rock, claws at the sidewalk with a robotic arm and rests on a lawn on a sunny day in May at Everett Community College. Students, administrators and even a couple of campus visitors wander over to see what's going on. The 100-pound, remote-controlled rover is the work of the Engineering Club for Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett." » More ...

Watch live video of memorial for Dr. Floyd at WSU Everett on Aug. 26

Elson Floyd memorialEVERETT, Wash. – August 11, 2015 – WSU North Puget Sound at Everett will host a live, streaming video of the memorial service honoring late WSU President Dr. Elson S. Floyd. The event will take place in Gray Wolf Hall room 156 on the Everett Community College campus from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. on Aug. 26. » More ...

WSU North Puget Sound at Everett welcomes more than 70 new students during orientation

EVERETT, Wash. – August 5, 2015 – On Aug. 5, 2015, more than 70 new WSU North Puget Sound at Everett students attended orientation in advance of the first day of classes on Aug. 24. The students come from a variety of backgrounds: community college graduates; military; college transfers; and college graduates earning a more in-demand degree. They come from as close as three blocks from campus, north of Arlington or as far south as Kent. All are taking the next step for their careers with WSU North Puget Sound at Everett. “We are delighted to provide students with an array of hands-on baccalaureate programming that fits the needs of the North Puget Sound region,” said academic dean Dr. Paul Pitre. During the morning, Pitre told students, “We are bringing the best programs that WSU has to offer to Everett, starting with engineering, business and communications. We have an excellent cadre of faculty and staff who you see here right now.” » More ...

City of Everett honors late WSU President Elson Floyd

EVERETT, Wash. – July 29, 2015 – A resolution recognizing the service, accomplishments, and vision of late Washington State University President Dr. Elson Floyd was signed by Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson today after being unanimously approved by the Everett City Council. “Elson Floyd was my friend and education partner who shared our vision to bring higher education opportunities to the citizens of Everett and the region,” said Mayor Stephanson. “President Floyd’s courage, commitment and action to bring Washington State University’s world-class higher education to our community will transform the lives of students and families for generations to come.” » More ...

Alumnus Bolerjack leads communications for WSU North Puget Sound at Everett

EVERETT, Wash. – July 28, 2015 – Randy Bolerjack recently joined WSU North Puget Sound at Everett as the Director of Communications and Public Relations, a newly created position. “I am extremely excited to bring someone of Randy’s caliber to this position with WSU North Puget Sound at Everett,” said WSU North Puget Sound at Everett academic dean Paul Pitre. “His experience in communications, government affairs and public relations will serve WSU and the Everett University Center well as we continue to grow.” » More ...
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