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She wanted more people to know about national bone marrow registries Her sister, Debra Pastore, delivered on that request and may have helped save three lives. She has awards to prove her value. Now, she has another. May 3 June Conference on leadership, education doctorate Educational leadership is the focus of a conference June in Portland, Ore. The education doctorate Ed. The agreement recently was renewed by Dean Mike Trevisan, who said future collaborations could be in the areas of STEM education, diversity, curriculum and special education, as well as potential faculty and student exchanges.

A free, public welcome for the international students — including food and two of their presentations — will be p. Tuesday, March 22, in the CUB auditorium as part of Showcase, a week of celebrating the achievements of Washington State University faculty, staff and students.

The contest challenges students to consolidate their ideas and discoveries and present them concisely to a non-specialist audience. While their class at first appears to be just a basic row of computer desks, the students in it look like extras from a mad-science movie. As 1st grader Ramsey puzzles over a computer-coding exercise, a Karate Kid-style headband over his forehead records his brain activity His classroom neighbor adjusts a blood pressure sensor on her wrist as she types, and in the next row, a 3rd grader peers at her work from beneath a set of eye-tracking goggles.

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Reservations are required for the banquet and must be made by March Three Minute Thesis 3MT is a doctoral-level competition where students must present their research to an audience in three minutes or less. A panel of non-partial judges grade each competitor on if the presentation helped the audience understand the research, if it was communicated in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience, and if judges felt the presentation made the audience want to know even more.

Beginning this semester, WSU Tri-Cities will partner with the Pasco School District and the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory on a video project that will be used for classroom instruction in Pasco middle and high schools and beyond. Lunch will be provided. Tuesday, Jan. He will meet with other scholars and participate in the council conference in April.

Distinguished Service Award. Thursday, Jan.

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He also talks about concerted efforts being made among a variety of teacher preparation programs, to combat some of the underlying issues behind the teacher shortage. The University of Primorska a region in Slovenia is searching for a new president, and the show was a televised debate between the candidates. Licen was interviewed as a researcher who works abroad. Even those who don't speak Slovenian can watch and see how neat his appearance is.

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The biggest challenge, depending who you ask, is a network TV deal that is at least somewhat on par with the other three major leagues; at least according to the league and the owners. As a comparison April 30 Community summit tackles college access When Katherine Rodela told her high school counselor she planned to attend a four-year university, the counselor suggested she set her sights on community college instead.

She might not fit in on a university campus. Rodela, a third-generation American Latina, had excellent grades. Her parents had encouraged her to go to college. That night, Rodela repeated the conversation to her father. March 25 April 9: Olympics, media and American identity topic of talk The ways in which the Olympic Games represent America and how their mass consumption affects identity will be presented in a free, public talk by author and professor Andrew Billings at 4 p. Thursday, April 9, in Cleveland 30E. His research interests lie in the intersection of sport, mass media, consumption habits and identity-laden content.

The award for Significant Contribution to Educational Measurement and Research Methodology recognizes a publication for quality, originality and potential impact. March 18 April 4: Science teachers-to-be explain nanotechnology Students at Washington State University studying to be science teachers will help children conduct hands-on experiments at the tiniest scales during NanoDays at the Palouse Discovery Science Center 11 a.

March 16 Faculty earns international honor for promise in special ed An assistant professor of special education at the College of Education has been awarded an international honor for a student who shows great potential for future contribution to the field. Students are eligible for two years beyond graduation.

Approximately teachers and administrators attended the statewide professional learning team conferences where Gotch, a clinical assistant professor in the WSU College of Education, spoke in February and March. March 2 Professional sports agent to discuss career A Seattle-based professional sports agent will speak about that business to Washington State University students and the public at 6 p.

Thursday, March 12, in Todd The company recently celebrated 25 years in business. Monday, Feb. The free, public event will demonstrate the potential that music, literature and art have for enriching teaching and learning. Among other guests, the event will feature national award-winning slam poet Anthony C. Rucker as host and a reading by author Mary Weems exploring socioeconomic and racial topics. The summit gathers multicultural scholars and professionals from different divisions of the American Psychological Association APA.

Saturday, April 4, at Majestic Bay Theatres. Participants will get free concessions and receive a free pass for an upcoming film. It will be the second straight year the college has had a program in South Korea. It will be the first time for Costa Rica. And, notwithstanding a long history of collaboration and initiatives with Japan, it will also be the first study abroad program to that country. Seuss party Feb. Seuss birthday party Feb 18, Murillo discusses diversity Feb. Improving technological literacy among educators Technology can have a significant and positive impact in the classroom.

Improving STEM student retention Sola Adesope is part of an interdisciplinary research team that will study ways to improve retention of students in engineering and computer science, particularly women and underrepresented minorities. What's missing in video games. Recent Ph.

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Future math teachers instruct, learn from rural school children Giddy at the end of another school year, middle schoolers in Nespelem, Washington, will charge into summer with a new way of viewing even their oldest and most familiar things, thanks to a WSU mathematics professor and her students. International social media scholar to speak at WSU The good, bad, and ugly of social media in sport will be discussed at Washington State University Pullman by a professor from La Trobe University in Australia, in an open lecture at p.

Universities encourage imagination and innovation From cultivating creative entrepreneurs to nurturing early creativity, an interdisciplinary approach is often a key to better thinking and learning. Preparing teachers for bilingual students Gisela Ernst-Slavit is spearheading a grant to improve the way schools and teachers can support students who are learning English along with their lessons. Peace for the wounded warrior Since the earliest days of the republic, Native Americans have stepped up to defend the United States at higher rates than any other ethnic group.

Doctoral candidate chosen for national fellowship A doctoral candidate at Washington State University has been selected for one of 10 highly competitive annual CADRE fellowships. From the laboratory to the stage From the Daily News: A Washington State University graduate and Uniontown native wants people to know that anyone can be a scientist, and she is bringing that message to Miss Washington in November. Tutoring program creates bond between university, elementary school students A WSU doctorate student and local elementary school teacher co-founded a tutoring program that partners university students with elementary schools with the goal of making a difference in the community.

Sparking engineering understanding nationally marks aim of WSU project The College of Education's Sola Adesope is part of a team of WSU researchers who will train faculty and distribute unique hands-on experiment kits to universities across the U. Local View: What will happen after the dust of teacher strikes settles?

Too cute? WSU employees honored for exceptional grant, contract support The college's Director of Administration Bev Rhoades was one of six WSU employees who received the Grant and Contract Administration Awards, which recognize employees for exceptional contributions and service in research administration. Veteran helping veterans: Ph. Para-educators Who Want to Become Teachers Purpose of Changing Program A new version of an existing teaching degree and credential program is starting on campus this summer with its first cohort of students.

WSU launches two-year program for students with autism, Down syndrome From the Spokesman-Review : A new program at Washington State University aims to provide job opportunities and an authentic college experience for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism and Down syndrome.

WSU launches program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities PULLMAN, Wash — The Washington State University College of Education has launched a new on-campus program in Pullman, aimed at providing educational opportunities and a college experience to young adults from around the country with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Collaborative effort to transform STEM teacher-preparation programs If future standards in math and science are to be met, teacher preparation programs are in need of a makeover, said Tamara Holmlund , a professor of science education at Washington State University Vancouver.

Good to Know: Alumni share strategies for making the most of college In this Alaska Airlines magazine article, sport management alumna Carly MacKinnon shares a little bit about her experience in college and how she made the most of it. Pharmacy Ph. Kitsap Sun: Designing a learning environment In this Kitsap Sun article about the role classroom visuals play in learning, our own Johnny Lupinacci talks about students learning better in classrooms that are physically comfortable — with proper lighting, acoustics, temperature and air quality — and that are stimulating but not too busy.

Radio Slovenia: Olympics according to the media In this interview with an Slovenian National Radio, assistant professor of sport management Simon Licen discusses his research on media discourse in sport, or, to put another way, the way different media in various countries talk about sport. Radio Capodistria: These Olympic Games will be a success if Radio Slovenia: Interview with WSU sport management professor In this radio interview, assistant professor of sport management Simon Licen says there is a link between sport, media, capital, and policy. Daily News: Fulfilling a Promise to her sister Around the time Tacoma woman Donna King found out she didn't have very long to live, the cancer patient made a request to her sister.

June Conference on leadership, education doctorate Educational leadership is the focus of a conference June in Portland, Ore. March Ph. WSU launches online course on human-animal interaction Washington State University has launched an online course about human-animal interaction.

Mayan Teachers in a Precarious Position Anne Marie Guerrettaz, an assistant professor of educational linguistics, was recently featured by the Mexican media outlet Por Esto! Guest Editorial: Teacher shortage not just about production Our college dean, Mike Trevisan, wrote a guest editorial for the Tri-City Herald, and expresses his concerns about the current teacher shortage, which is both a state and national crisis.

Sport Management prof shows his international stardom Watch video from onward. First provost award goes to caring faculty researcher Associate professor of educational psychology Sola Adesope was recognized recently as the first Provost Featured Faculty Member at Washington State University for a variety of reasons. Indigenous student opportunities discussed A major stumbling block to advancing opportunity and equity in education is misinformation, misunderstanding, and injustice of Indigenous students. Educational Psychology faculty member recognized for her philanthropy Clinical assistant professor of educational psychology Jenny LeBeau was recently recognized in the special philanthropic section of the Spokane Journal of Business.

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April 9: Olympics, media and American identity topic of talk The ways in which the Olympic Games represent America and how their mass consumption affects identity will be presented in a free, public talk by author and professor Andrew Billings at 4 p. June 14 Daily News: Fulfilling a Promise to her sister Around the time Tacoma woman Donna King found out she didn't have very long to live, the cancer patient made a request to her sister.

She wanted more people to know about national bone marrow registries Her sister, Debra Pastore, delivered on that request and may have helped save three lives. She has awards to prove her value. Now, she has another. May 3 June Conference on leadership, education doctorate Educational leadership is the focus of a conference June in Portland, Ore.

The education doctorate Ed. The agreement recently was renewed by Dean Mike Trevisan, who said future collaborations could be in the areas of STEM education, diversity, curriculum and special education, as well as potential faculty and student exchanges. A free, public welcome for the international students — including food and two of their presentations — will be p. Tuesday, March 22, in the CUB auditorium as part of Showcase, a week of celebrating the achievements of Washington State University faculty, staff and students.

The contest challenges students to consolidate their ideas and discoveries and present them concisely to a non-specialist audience. While their class at first appears to be just a basic row of computer desks, the students in it look like extras from a mad-science movie. As 1st grader Ramsey puzzles over a computer-coding exercise, a Karate Kid-style headband over his forehead records his brain activity His classroom neighbor adjusts a blood pressure sensor on her wrist as she types, and in the next row, a 3rd grader peers at her work from beneath a set of eye-tracking goggles. Reservations are required for the banquet and must be made by March Three Minute Thesis 3MT is a doctoral-level competition where students must present their research to an audience in three minutes or less.

A panel of non-partial judges grade each competitor on if the presentation helped the audience understand the research, if it was communicated in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience, and if judges felt the presentation made the audience want to know even more. Beginning this semester, WSU Tri-Cities will partner with the Pasco School District and the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory on a video project that will be used for classroom instruction in Pasco middle and high schools and beyond.

Lunch will be provided. Tuesday, Jan. He will meet with other scholars and participate in the council conference in April.

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Distinguished Service Award. Thursday, Jan. The award is given every other year for exemplary graduate student research in the field of transition education for individuals with disabilities. This is in Spanish. However, here is an English translation. He also talks about concerted efforts being made among a variety of teacher preparation programs, to combat some of the underlying issues behind the teacher shortage.

The University of Primorska a region in Slovenia is searching for a new president, and the show was a televised debate between the candidates. Licen was interviewed as a researcher who works abroad. Even those who don't speak Slovenian can watch and see how neat his appearance is.

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This is in Slovenian. Friday, Nov. Found at www. But her path to teaching rockstardom was basically finished before it began — until it met a rebirth. Department of Education that will support low-income and first-generation students preparing for careers as K teachers.

The grant will fund the Teacher Preparation Student Support Services project, serving participants each year for five years. It will provide the students opportunities for academic development, assistance with college requirements, and motivation toward the successful completion of their degrees. The biggest challenge, depending who you ask, is a network TV deal that is at least somewhat on par with the other three major leagues; at least according to the league and the owners.

As a comparison April 30 Community summit tackles college access When Katherine Rodela told her high school counselor she planned to attend a four-year university, the counselor suggested she set her sights on community college instead.

esportsify.net/learning-salesforce-einstein.php She might not fit in on a university campus. Rodela, a third-generation American Latina, had excellent grades. Her parents had encouraged her to go to college. That night, Rodela repeated the conversation to her father. March 25 April 9: Olympics, media and American identity topic of talk The ways in which the Olympic Games represent America and how their mass consumption affects identity will be presented in a free, public talk by author and professor Andrew Billings at 4 p. Thursday, April 9, in Cleveland 30E. His research interests lie in the intersection of sport, mass media, consumption habits and identity-laden content.

The award for Significant Contribution to Educational Measurement and Research Methodology recognizes a publication for quality, originality and potential impact. March 18 April 4: Science teachers-to-be explain nanotechnology Students at Washington State University studying to be science teachers will help children conduct hands-on experiments at the tiniest scales during NanoDays at the Palouse Discovery Science Center 11 a.

March 16 Faculty earns international honor for promise in special ed An assistant professor of special education at the College of Education has been awarded an international honor for a student who shows great potential for future contribution to the field. Students are eligible for two years beyond graduation. Approximately teachers and administrators attended the statewide professional learning team conferences where Gotch, a clinical assistant professor in the WSU College of Education, spoke in February and March.

March 2 Professional sports agent to discuss career A Seattle-based professional sports agent will speak about that business to Washington State University students and the public at 6 p. Thursday, March 12, in Todd The company recently celebrated 25 years in business.

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Monday, Feb. The free, public event will demonstrate the potential that music, literature and art have for enriching teaching and learning. Among other guests, the event will feature national award-winning slam poet Anthony C. Rucker as host and a reading by author Mary Weems exploring socioeconomic and racial topics. The summit gathers multicultural scholars and professionals from different divisions of the American Psychological Association APA.

Saturday, April 4, at Majestic Bay Theatres. Participants will get free concessions and receive a free pass for an upcoming film. It will be the second straight year the college has had a program in South Korea. It will be the first time for Costa Rica.

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And, notwithstanding a long history of collaboration and initiatives with Japan, it will also be the first study abroad program to that country. Seuss party Feb. Seuss birthday party Feb 18, Murillo discusses diversity Feb. Improving technological literacy among educators Technology can have a significant and positive impact in the classroom. Improving STEM student retention Sola Adesope is part of an interdisciplinary research team that will study ways to improve retention of students in engineering and computer science, particularly women and underrepresented minorities.

What's missing in video games. Recent Ph. Future math teachers instruct, learn from rural school children Giddy at the end of another school year, middle schoolers in Nespelem, Washington, will charge into summer with a new way of viewing even their oldest and most familiar things, thanks to a WSU mathematics professor and her students. International social media scholar to speak at WSU The good, bad, and ugly of social media in sport will be discussed at Washington State University Pullman by a professor from La Trobe University in Australia, in an open lecture at p.

Universities encourage imagination and innovation From cultivating creative entrepreneurs to nurturing early creativity, an interdisciplinary approach is often a key to better thinking and learning. Preparing teachers for bilingual students Gisela Ernst-Slavit is spearheading a grant to improve the way schools and teachers can support students who are learning English along with their lessons. Peace for the wounded warrior Since the earliest days of the republic, Native Americans have stepped up to defend the United States at higher rates than any other ethnic group. Doctoral candidate chosen for national fellowship A doctoral candidate at Washington State University has been selected for one of 10 highly competitive annual CADRE fellowships.

From the laboratory to the stage From the Daily News: A Washington State University graduate and Uniontown native wants people to know that anyone can be a scientist, and she is bringing that message to Miss Washington in November. Tutoring program creates bond between university, elementary school students A WSU doctorate student and local elementary school teacher co-founded a tutoring program that partners university students with elementary schools with the goal of making a difference in the community. Sparking engineering understanding nationally marks aim of WSU project The College of Education's Sola Adesope is part of a team of WSU researchers who will train faculty and distribute unique hands-on experiment kits to universities across the U.

Local View: What will happen after the dust of teacher strikes settles? Too cute? WSU employees honored for exceptional grant, contract support The college's Director of Administration Bev Rhoades was one of six WSU employees who received the Grant and Contract Administration Awards, which recognize employees for exceptional contributions and service in research administration.

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WSU launches program for students with intellectual, developmental disabilities PULLMAN, Wash — The Washington State University College of Education has launched a new on-campus program in Pullman, aimed at providing educational opportunities and a college experience to young adults from around the country with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Collaborative effort to transform STEM teacher-preparation programs If future standards in math and science are to be met, teacher preparation programs are in need of a makeover, said Tamara Holmlund , a professor of science education at Washington State University Vancouver. Good to Know: Alumni share strategies for making the most of college In this Alaska Airlines magazine article, sport management alumna Carly MacKinnon shares a little bit about her experience in college and how she made the most of it.

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Radio Slovenia: Olympics according to the media In this interview with an Slovenian National Radio, assistant professor of sport management Simon Licen discusses his research on media discourse in sport, or, to put another way, the way different media in various countries talk about sport. Radio Capodistria: These Olympic Games will be a success if Radio Slovenia: Interview with WSU sport management professor In this radio interview, assistant professor of sport management Simon Licen says there is a link between sport, media, capital, and policy. Daily News: Fulfilling a Promise to her sister Around the time Tacoma woman Donna King found out she didn't have very long to live, the cancer patient made a request to her sister.

June Conference on leadership, education doctorate Educational leadership is the focus of a conference June in Portland, Ore. March Ph. WSU launches online course on human-animal interaction Washington State University has launched an online course about human-animal interaction. Mayan Teachers in a Precarious Position Anne Marie Guerrettaz, an assistant professor of educational linguistics, was recently featured by the Mexican media outlet Por Esto!

Guest Editorial: Teacher shortage not just about production Our college dean, Mike Trevisan, wrote a guest editorial for the Tri-City Herald, and expresses his concerns about the current teacher shortage, which is both a state and national crisis. Sport Management prof shows his international stardom Watch video from onward.

First provost award goes to caring faculty researcher Associate professor of educational psychology Sola Adesope was recognized recently as the first Provost Featured Faculty Member at Washington State University for a variety of reasons. Indigenous student opportunities discussed A major stumbling block to advancing opportunity and equity in education is misinformation, misunderstanding, and injustice of Indigenous students.

Educational Psychology faculty member recognized for her philanthropy Clinical assistant professor of educational psychology Jenny LeBeau was recently recognized in the special philanthropic section of the Spokane Journal of Business. Education alumna named state finalist for national award Washington State University alumna and Port Townsend science teacher Lois Sherwood is among the statewide winners who will compete nationally for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Community summit tackles college access When Katherine Rodela told her high school counselor she planned to attend a four-year university, the counselor suggested she set her sights on community college instead.