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EWU accounting program to become its own school

With just a little more than two months to go, nearly all the pieces are in place for the department of accounting to embark on becoming its own formal School of Professional Accounting. The formal designation is scheduled to take effect July 1....


NEWTech Skills Center looks to expand scope

At NEWTech Skill Center in northeast Spokane, about 700 students are enrolled in 14 programs, and...


Nightingale College expands nursing program to North Idaho

Salt Lake City-based Nightingale College has partnered with health care providers in North Idaho...


ZAGANOMICS: Gonzaga basketball becomes economic engine

A near-perfect, capstone season by Gonzaga University’s men’s basketball team has generated...


Parting Thoughts with Whitworth University’s Beck Taylor

Beck Taylor is leaving Whitworth University after 11 years as president of the private Christian...


Northwest Entrepreneur Competition to host final round

Spokane’s University District and North Idaho College are collaborating to host the final round of the 16th annual Northwest Entrepreneur Competition online Thursday, April 15. Ryan Arnold, director of regional entrepreneurship strategy...


Stadium replacement is in early development stages

The Joe Albi Stadium replacement project is in the planning stages and is on track to be completed by fall 2022, says Greg Forsyth, director of capital projects for Spokane Public Schools. Another alternative for replacing the aging stadium recently...


Six middle school projects in various stages of development

Work is progressing on a handful of middle school projects in Spokane, says Greg Forsyth, director of capital projects for Spokane Public Schools. In northeast Spokane, at 4106 N. Cook, the $46.2 million Shaw Middle School project is on track to be...


Whitworth’s new science building takes shape

A new health sciences building is rising at Whitworth University, and the $20 million project is on track to be completed early next year. Formally named the Dana and David Dornslife Health Sciences Building, the three-level, 40,000-square-foot...


Gonzaga, UW projects progress on schedule

Gonzaga University is involved in two ongoing construction projects with a combined value approaching $110 million. The larger of the two projects is the $60 million medical and health education building, which is rising at 840 E. Spokane Falls Blvd....

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