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.
EVERETT, Wash. – March 2, 2018 – When a five-person submersible descends to the floor of the North Atlantic this summer, part of a historic series of private excursions to map the famed RMS Titanic’s wreckage in 3-D imagery, it will be WSU Everett students that helped make it possible.
“The whole electrical system – that was our design, we implemented it and it works,” said Mark Walsh, a 2017 WSU Everett graduate in electrical engineering from the WSU Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture. “We are on the precipice of making history and all of our systems are going down to the Titanic. It is an awesome feeling!”
This morning the WSU graudates were featured on KING 5 News. Watch the video linked below and read the full story here.
Just shy of 100 WSU students gathered in Olympia today for their annual Coug Day at the Capitol event, with all six university campuses represented.
The day of advocacy is organized by the Associated Students of Washington State University and allows an opportunity for students to meet with state lawmakers and discuss higher education priorities.
Follow the day’s events on Twitter with the hashtag #CougDay2018.
On Jan. 17, the WSU Edward R. Murrow College of Communication hosted Washington state’s chief privacy officer in an event at WSU Everett. Read about the presentation on the WaTech blog, home of Washington’s technology services agency, and watch the video below through Facebook.
Last night, we were all hit with the heartbreaking news that a member of the Cougar family took their own life. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hilinski family, teammates and coaches of WSU Football and the rest of Cougar Nation. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with depression, anxiety and stress, or may be otherwise at risk, please reach out to WSU Everett staff or the support lines below:
WSU 24-Hour Line: 509-334-1133
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
At WSU Everett, you can refer to the Student CARE Committee and a linked guide for resources at this link: everett.wsu.edu/CARE