For undergraduate students

All Undergrads

  • Female or Minority Student Funding Opportunities

    The National University Transportation Center is interested in sponsoring student travel, student chapter activities, and research opportunities either related to promoting diversity in STEM fields or by female or minority students. Some initiatives include: Diverse Research Scholarship for High School and Undergraduate Students Waheed Uddin Diversity Graduate Research Fellowship Waheed Uddin Diversity Travel Grants for […]

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  • Alpha Tau Delta, WSU’s professional nursing fraternity, invites you to initiation

    Alpha Tau Delta is a coed fraternity that’s open to all WSU campuses. You may officially initiate as a J2 student but are welcome to join in our events as a J1. ATD is a professional nursing organization committed to providing an intra-fraternal spirit of cooperation by offering nurses and nursing students the opportunity for […]

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  • Honors Thesis Presentations this week

    Tuesday November 2 11:00 AM Hannah O’Flanagan (Advisor: Julie Postma; Evaluator: Kay Olson) “Technology as a Health Resource for Young Adults with Asthma, Related to Wildfire Smoke” Zoom Link: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/98399658594?pwd=Z08xQjZqdU5RRk1MOWswVE45UHJXUT09 Friday November 5, 2021 12:00 PM Paige Ruehl (Advisor: Janessa Graves, Evaluator: Sarah Griffith) “Examining the Need of Lingually Appropriate Mental Health Services in the United States: A […]

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  • Funding opportunity for students

    The College of Nursing is proud to announce a new funding opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students completing research in addiction studies or behavioral health. The Rayce Rudeen Fund Supporting Addiction Research will provide valuable funding each semester specifically for student research purposes. This may include, but is not limited to, production and implementation of […]

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  • Plans for Fall Commencement in Pullman – all campuses invited to attend

    The WSU Events team wants to update you on the plans for fall commencement (separate from convocation/pinning). We are planning two in-person ceremonies in Pullman on December 11, 2021. The first ceremony at 10 a.m. will be for the summer and fall 2021 graduates (current graduates). The second ceremony at 1:30 p.m. will be for […]

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  • Nov. 10-Understanding and Navigating Culturally Safe Dialogues and Cultural Humility

    This interactive session is designed to be a safe, brave and welcoming space for Building a Community of Equity (BaCE) Program participants to explore concepts of cultural safety, restorative justice and cultural humility; shifting and shared power; and their relevancy in research and scholarship, teaching, service and practice to advance health equity. There is a CE opportunity.

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  • Nov. 3 – Fall 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit

    Wednesday, November 3 | 9:00–11:00 a.m. Join us via Zoom | Passcode 934044 Join faculty, staff, and students to learn about efforts and initiatives happening within WSU, meet people with shared interests and passions, and find ways to get involved in equity and social justice work. If you need accommodations to fully participate, please email […]

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  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program grant applications due Oct. 21

    ADARP applications for pilot grants, post‑doc grants, graduate student grants, and spring semester undergraduate fellowships are available online. Read more

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  • New modernized WSU brand builds on 130‑year history

    A modernized Washington State University brand that highlights the university’s core purpose and long-held traditions will be introduced to the WSU community beginning today. Some two years in development, the evolved brand highlights WSU’s 130‑year commitment to unlocking the power of possibilities in students, faculty, and communities across the state and beyond. The university’s most […]

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  • Free webinar on careers in worker health and safety

    The NWCOHS prepares graduate students for careers in worker health and safety through training programs, significant financial support and community-engaged research opportunities. The NWCOHS offers funded graduate training for MS and PhD degrees. Attend a free webinar on careers in occupational health and safety on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 4:00pm. Register online » 

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Spokane

  • Family seeking weekend caregiving help

    A Spokane-area family is seeking help caring for an 84-year-old woman, Winnie, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease 10 years ago. The family is specifically looking for someone to care for her Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 3 pm. There could be additional shifts available, usually on weekday afternoons.  Winnie’s disease progression has […]

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  • Congratulations are in order!

    Two of our Coug Nursing students were notified that they will be honored at the campus awards ceremony on April 20. They are: Frances Ward has been awarded the Robbie Paul, Ph.D. Scholarship for Native American Students for the upcoming fall semester. Maritza Mendoza is one of this year’s recipients of the Chancellor’s Excellence Award in Leadership, […]

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  • FUSE Career Fair being held in Spokane

    Students are invited to attend the FUSE Career Fair free of charge on April 6th at the Spokane Convention Center from 2-6 p.m. Find more details at the website. Great employers representing the healthcare industry continue to register. Here’s are most recent list of those organizations: Multicare Providence Kootenai Health PacificSource Incyte Diagnostics ICAN Therapeutic […]

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  • Panel discussion on health inequities during the pandemic

    Gonzaga University’s Health Law Society and University of Washington medical students invite College of Nursing faculty and students to a panel discussion on “The COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis Standards of Care & Health Inequities.” Speakers from a number of backgrounds will discuss topics such as vaccine mandates, crisis standards of care and bioethics-related religious exemptions, to […]

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  • Spokane BSN mailboxes being discontinued

    The BSN filing cabinets in the lobby of the Nursing building in Spokane are being discontinued due to lack of use. These filing cabinets have functioned as BSN mailboxes, but they are no longer used as student mail has transitioned to Canvas and email. Students who need to get materials to faculty are encouraged to […]

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  • Spokane students: vax and boosters available Friday

    Reminder, the WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus is offering a free COVID vaccination and/or booster clinic this Friday, Jan. 21. The clinic is for students only, and requires a reservation at this link: https://prepmod.doh.wa.gov//appointment/en/reg/6209910063  It will take place from noon to 4 pm on the ground floor (basement level) of the Nursing building. Another clinic […]

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  • Spring 2022 – Room For Sublease!

    Room available for spring 2022 sublease in a super cute 6-bedroom house of girls near WSU. The 1st floor room is spacious and has plenty of natural light. A second, upstairs room may potentially be available as well. Renovated kitchen and bathrooms. Email lthm02@gmail.com for inquiries and questions!

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  • Covid Testing Update

    Student testing:  Any student at WSU Health Sciences should seek testing (asymptomatic, screening, post-exposure, symptomatic) at Spokane Falls Community College Testing Site in the parking lot off of West Whistalks Way. The site is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and closed on Wednesdays. Drive up does not require an appointment […]

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  • Care For Peds Club

    Hey everyone! Care for Peds club is headed to One Heart Spokane again this week. We will be there from 6-8pm this Thursday, October 28th. We would love to have you join! Whether you are interested in working with pediatrics or just want to come see what we are all about. One Heart is located […]

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  • Help out SNL by visiting the Octoberfest Potato Bar fundraiser

    The Student Nurse Leader club in Spokane is hosting an Oktoberfest Potato Bar Fundraiser to benefit the J2 cohort. . The event will be held on the ground floor of the Nursing building in the cafe area. Baked potatoes with all the fixings will be sold for $5. Also for sale will be Dutch Bro’s […]

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Yakima

  • ASHP – Yakima Fundraiser Oct. 11-12

    Greetings WSU Nursing Students and Faculty!  I am excited to announce that ASHP (American Society of Health System Pharmacists) will be holding a fundraiser at C&S Coffeehouse in Terrace Heights on October 11-12 (Mon-Tues) right next to campus! We will receive a portion of the proceeds for the day. No QR Code or flyer is required. Please consider supporting your local ASHP chapter all while […]

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  • Community Building Lunch Hour Invitation

    Hello WSU Nursing and Pharmacy! The students of PNWU would like to extend an invitation to a community building event next Thursday, September 30th from 12-1pm. The event will be an opportunity for our campuses to come together as one community. It will be held on the grass behind BHH, and is B.Y.O-Lunch. Students are […]

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  • Student Affairs offers physical and emotional wellness resources for students

    WSU Health Sciences Student Affairs provides many opportunities related to student health along the eight dimensions of wellness: Emotional, Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical, Environmental, Financial, Occupational and Social. Student Affairs encourages you to be familiar with the services offered to students to help you refer them for assistance. Over the next few weeks, Student Affairs will share […]

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Tri-Cities

  • Peer Tutoring for Tri-Cities Students

    Tri-Cities students, Now is often the time in the semester when your academic workload starts to feel like a lot, or you realize you want to get support with your courses. We are delighted to announce that there is tutoring available for you, for free!  It is available through Peer Tutoring. Peer Tutoring at WSU Health […]

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Vancouver

  • Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities of SW WA hiring an RN

    The Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington is hiring a registered nurse. To learn more, please visit https://www.helpingelders.org/about-us/careers/.

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  • Career Opportunities

    Hi Nursing Students, A reminder, the WSU Vancouver Regional Career & Internship Fair will take place on Wed. 2/16 from 1-4 p.m. in Firstenburg Student Commons. One of the vendors will be Multnomah Ed. Services District, and they would love to speak to nursing students about career opportunities. See below for more details and their […]

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  • AACN invites nurses to share their reality in Hear Us Out campaign

    The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) has launched Hear Us Out (https://www.hearusout.com/), a nationwide effort to report nurses’ reality from the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and urge those who have yet to be vaccinated to reconsider.

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