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Michael and Carol Huebner
CougsGive: Couple endowed nursing scholarship after careers in the military and academia

Carol Huebner graduated in 1972 from the Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education and went on to notable career successes in both the military and academia. But she never forgot her “very, very warm feelings” for her alma mater, so in 2014, she and her husband Michael Huebner created an endowed scholarship to benefit students at the Washington State University College of Nursing.

“We just wanted to pay it forward so other students could benefit from some financial support,” Carol said of the couple’s $25,000 gift.

She retired from … » More …

Janet Holloway stands in front of a display of nursing memorabilia at St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
Display in St. Luke’s traces history of nursing education in the state

Standing in front of a photo of a brick building, Janet Holloway, WSU Associate Professor Emeritus, points to a window and says, “my room was right in the corner.”

Holloway, 83, is showing where she lived as a nursing student in Spokane in the mid-1950s, when then-Washington State College joined with St. Luke’s Hospital to offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing – a program truly ahead of its time.

Nursing students spent their first two years in Pullman, as many students in the WSU College of Nursing do now. They moved to Spokane to spend their final two years at St. Luke’s Hospital and other … » More …

Thelma Cleveland
Dean Emerita Thelma Cleveland Has Passed

From the Desk of Dean Patricia Butterfield
With great sadness, I share with you the passing of Dean Emerita Thelma Cleveland on December 27, 2014.

Thelma ClevelandDr. Cleveland was the longest serving Dean of the Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education (ICNE), now the Washington State University College of Nursing. Working collaboratively, Dr. Cleveland served the region through the advancement of the Center’s partnerships with Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Whitworth University, and Fort Wright College of the Holy Names.

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