A record number of WSU College of Nursing faculty achieved promotion and tenure this spring in recognition of their excellence in scholarship, research and teaching. Thank you to all of these outstanding faculty:
Washington State University nursing students in Yakima have tested hundreds of people for COVID-19 in the past few weeks in a new partnership with Medical Teams International.
YAKIMA, Wash. – The Washington State University (WSU) College of Nursing in Yakima will relocate this summer to the campus of Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences (PNWU), becoming part of a growing center of interprofessional health care education in the Yakima Valley.
Dr. Mary Koithan is facing more than a few unknowns as she prepares to become the next dean of the WSU College of Nursing. Will there be faculty and staff in the building when she begins her new job on July 1? What’s the plan for instruction in the fall semester? And how in the world do you sell one house and buy another given social distancing and travel challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic?
Step up to leadership in your nursing career, become a nurse scientist or a nurse practitioner, or teach the next generation of nurses with a graduate degree from the Washington State University College of Nursing.
The WSU College of Nursing will offer new scholarships for undergraduate nursing students in Yakima and the Tri-Cities, thanks to a $100,000 gift from Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association.