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Take the NSSE Survey and be entered into drawing for $100 gift card

Seniors: Tell us about your WSU experience by completing the NSSE Survey in March or April. WSU wants students to have the best educational experience possible. The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) helps us improve by collecting vital information from seniors about their undergraduate experience on our campus. Your feedback is valuable, so please complete NSSE today.

  • Access the survey through the NSSE tile in myWSU or linked in an email sent to seniors by NSSE on behalf of President Schulz.
  • Each student who completes the survey by April 15 will be entered into a campus drawing for a $100 Visa gift card
  • Questions? See https://nsse.wsu.edu/for-students/ for more information.

Take the NSSE Survey and be entered into drawing for $100 gift card

Seniors: Tell us about your WSU experience by completing the NSSE Survey in March or April. WSU wants students to have the best educational experience possible. The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) helps us improve by collecting vital information from seniors about their undergraduate experience on our campus. Your feedback is valuable, so please complete NSSE today.

  • Access the survey through the NSSE tile in myWSU or linked in an email sent to seniors by NSSE on behalf of President Schulz.
  • Each student who completes the survey by April 15 will be entered into a campus drawing for a $100 Visa gift card
  • Questions? See https://nsse.wsu.edu/for-students/ for more information.

Camp Korey is hiring for the summer!

Hello from Camp Korey!

The Camp Director at Camp Korey in beautiful Mount Vernon, Washington is seeking seasonal summer staff for the summer of 2021. If you are interested in spending  your summer providing adaptive, therapeutic, and intentional programming for the campers you can apply to work at Camp Korey this summer!

» Learn more on their website

National Academy of Medicine – Culture of Health

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Acknowledging Structural Racism’s Direct and Negative Impact on Health

» View Report Statements on Racism & Health Impacts

The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) is highlighting statements from past Culture of Health Program (CoHP) reports that acknowledge structural racism’s direct and negative impact on health – and in particular the disproportionate effects on the health and well-being of Black, Indigenous, and people of color.

» Read more

Congratulations to the Tri-Cities Crimson Scrubs club!

Crimson Scrubs, the nursing service club at WSU Tri-Cities, was named the 2021 WSU Tri-Cities Student Organization of the Year.

This award recognizes a student organization for their contributions to the campus and to its members.

The nomination for Crimson Scrubs said nursing students were uniquely affected by the pandemic, yet the club was able to support students and help them stay connected throughout. Also, the club works hard to connect the College of Nursing building with the rest of the WSU Tri-Cities campus, though they’re in separate locations.

Said Bevan Briggs, academic director for the College of Nursing at WSU Tri-Cities, “The leadership council of Crimson Scrubs has done some amazing work during the pandemic. This award reflects their creativity and work. Congratulations!!”

Please help us congratulate the dedicated students of Crimson Scrubs at WSU Tri-Cities for this tremendous honor. Students will be recognized at a virtual event.

 

Study Space on Campus for Spokane Students

Study Space on Campus for Spokane Students:  Individual study space has been made available in SAC 341 and 12 in  343.  Students may sign up for one 4 hour study period per day.  Students must comply with study room rules, including:

  1. Students must sign-up for a space prior to coming to campus and do the daily attestation prior to arriving to and have it available to show if asked by any faculty/staff.  Do not come to campus if you are experiencing covid symptoms or believe you have been exposed covid.
  2. We have been given strict guidelines on how many students can access the space at a time, you must sign-up for a specific study space, wear your mask while others are in the room, and clean your study space before and after you use it (supplies are available in the room).
  3. This is for INDIVIDUAL study only, if we learn of group study or gathering of students beyond the capacity for each space there is a chance that this on-campus study area(s) will not be allowed moving forward.

We trust your professionalism to utilize this space as needed during the time of the COVID pandemic.

Sign up for CON Study Rooms in SAC

Contact Matthew Koithan at matthew.koithan@wsu.edu with questions or concerns.

Take the NSSE Survey and be entered into drawing for $100 gift card

Seniors: Tell us about your WSU experience by completing the NSSE Survey in March or April. WSU wants students to have the best educational experience possible. The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) helps us improve by collecting vital information from seniors about their undergraduate experience on our campus. Your feedback is valuable, so please complete NSSE today.

  • Access the survey through the NSSE tile in myWSU or linked in an email sent to seniors by NSSE on behalf of President Schulz.
  • Each student who completes the survey by April 15 will be entered into a campus drawing for a $100 Visa gift card
  • Questions? See https://nsse.wsu.edu/for-students/ for more information.

New funding opportunity: Nurse Corps Scholarship Program

See below for information about the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program.  The deadline for application is May 6.

Am I eligible for a scholarship?

You are eligible if you:

  • Are a U.S. citizen (born or naturalized), a national, or a lawful permanent resident
  • Are an accepted or enrolled student in a nursing degree program at a United States accredited school of nursing
  • Begin classes no later than September 30
  • Don’t have any federal judgment liens
  • Don’t have an existing service commitment
  • Aren’t overdue on a federal debt

Note: We give funding preference to those who need the most help financially.

Why should I apply?

If you receive an award, you’ll get a monthly stipend—and we’ll pay your

  • tuition;
  • eligible fees;
  • reasonable costs (e.g., books, clinical supplies/instruments, and uniforms).

Learn more on their website: https://bhw.hrsa.gov/funding/apply-scholarship/nurse-corps.