From left to right: Dr. Sergey Lapin, Associate Director, Data Analytics; Dr. Mark Beattie, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Abdykarim Baimankulov, Professor, Baitursynov University, Kazakhstan; Chancellor Paul Pitre, WSU Everett and Everett University Center; and Dr. Gayrat Urazboev, Vice-rector for International Cooperation, Urganch Daylat University, Uzbekistan met on Tuesday to explore international partnerships and study abroad opportunities.
What a week! It was exciting to see our Cougs WIN with victories in football, volleyball, and soccer. Congratulations to our athletes and our fans – your Coug spirit is unmatched! We had the chance to explore international partnerships with special visitors from universities in Urgench, Uzbekistan, and Kostanay, Kazakhstan. Speaking of partnerships, the CATTs program is gearing up for another year of innovation. Learn more about the EverCougs and Clemson Tigers partnership and apply to be part of the action!
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TODAY is the last day for students to change enrollment from letter grade to pass/fail—your advisor is your go-to person to help make that happen.
TODAY is the deadline to pay unpaid tuition and mandatory fees without a late fee. Questions about finances? Check in with the Bursar.
Mark your calendars!FAFSA and WASFA applications open on October 1st. Keep an eye out for FAFSA/WASFA pizza parties (yes, food makes paperwork much better, trust us), and if you have an immediate question, reach out to our EverCoug Financial Aid Expert, Brandon Buckingham.
Cougs Care! Check out these FREE two-hour mental health training opportunities available for WSU students, faculty, and staff. If you are in crisis, call, text, or chat 988 to be connected to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It’s confidential, free, and available 24/7/365.
Got research? WSU Libraries SearchIt is your gateway to search and request articles, books, and more! Got questions? The FAQs have answers.
They’re called “rare earths,” not because they are hard to find, but because they are difficult and dangerous to mine. We rely on these elements to manufacture batteries for our phones, computers, and electric vehicles. Aaron Feaver, Director of the Joint Center for Development & Research in Earth Abundant Materials (JCDREAM) is working to change this by researching earth abundant alternatives to rare earths, developing more efficient recycling methods, and finding ways to use less of these materials to begin with. Get to know more about Dr. Feaver, rare earths, JCDREAM, and the ways they’re changing the future of clean energy—check out some of their coverage in WSU Magazine, GeekWire, and Science Daily.
Welcome to Jacob Jerde, our new maintenance mechanic! Jacob comes to WSU Everett from the City of Everett and will officially become part of the EverCoug family on September 12. And a big congratulations to Sean McNaughton as he moves into a new role as our Building and Grounds Supervisor. Thanks to everyone who takes care of our building, the campus grounds, and the people who use our facilities. Across the way from our South entrance, you may have noticed a little change in the landscape. EvCC’s Cascade Learning Resource Center began construction in September 2021 and is on track for a grand opening in April.
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This harvest-themed exhibit at the Schack Art Center features a glass pumpkin patch, artwork by over 100 local artists, a Silent Auction in the Mezzanine Gallery, and “Make It Now” pumpkin sessions in the hot shop. ADMISSION IS FREE!