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The Pitre Dish | Sept. 12, 2019

September 12, 2019 Greetings to the #EverCougs community! WSU President Kirk Schulz and Provost Mitzi Montoya recently shared exciting news from the entire University system as well as our Puget Sound campus in Everett. Important updates for the University system included a positive operating balance for the first time since 2013, and progress on the systemwide strategic plan. Right now, you can provide input to help shape the strategic plan at strategicplan.wsu.edu. It took me about 15 minutes to complete the community survey, which will remain open through Sept. 17. » More ...

NWIRC, Providence, EvCC and WSU Everett to form partnership

Everett, Wash. – September 12, 2019 – The NW Innovation Resource Center (NWIRC), Providence Health & Services Northwest (Providence), Everett Community College (EvCC) and Washington State University Everett (WSU), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on innovations that will benefit and improve community health and general medical care in the region. » More ...

WSU Everett Chancellor and students join local financial podcast

EVERETT, Wash. – WSU Everett Chancellor Paul Pitre joined local financial podcast Growing Your Wealth Radio with Brian Evans of Madrona Financial with electrical engineering students Andrew Ruiz, Kaitlin Ferguson and Jessica Woods, all seniors in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture program, and Sumit Karn, a senior in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication integrated strategic communication program. Evans is CEO of Madrona Financial and Bauer Evans CPAs, a Washington State University alumnus and a member of the WSU Everett Advisory Council. Listen to the podcast below.

 

 

 

WSU Everett credit classes offered at WSU Extension Island County office

Coupeville, WASH. – Beginning this semester WSU Everett students will be attending classes in Coupeville for courses they are enrolled in at Washington State University. Two WSU Everett engineering students will take a total of four classes at the WSU Extension Island County in Coupeville. One software engineering student is transferring from Skagit Valley College in Oak Harbor. The other is a senior electrical engineering student finishing up his undergraduate degree and is taking a class based at WSU Pullman. » More ...

Week of Welcome August 19 – 23 

EVERETT, Wash. - August 8, 2019 - At WSU Everett we are all excited to welcome students back for fall semester on Monday, August 19! Several student engagement events will kick off the first week of classes. As classes begin, Chancellor Paul Pitre advises all students to get engaged: "We are here to support your efforts to make your goals a reality in education and in life. In your time as a WSU student, I encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities you’re presented with. Get to know your fellow students, who you will see regularly for the next two years. Join in and make friends at events like week of welcome." » More ...

WSU Everett names new associate director for Student Services

EVERETT, Wash. – May 31, 2019 – Washington State University Everett has named Anna McLeod, M.Ed., associate director for Student Services at the growing, urban campus, effective June 3. “My main goals are to raise WSU Everett’s 92% retention rate and develop programing that will enhance the WSU Everett student experience,” McLeod said. “I will also have a strong focus on career services and job placement for our graduates.” » More ...

Haylie Murray: A big future in big data

Data scientists are critical to industries on the cutting edge of technology. Data analytics students acquire skills to create, analyze, manage and explore incredibly complex data and communicate past and future trends to solve real-world problems.Graduates in the field are some of the best positioned among their peers to add value immediately when they are hired and see growth in the early days of their career.Murray in one of WSU Everett's state-of-the-art computer labsHaylie Murray, among the first Washington State University graduates in the field, hopes to be an example for future data analytics, mathematics and computer science students. » More ...