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Providence hospitals, INHS work to fill CNA void

Faced with a shortage of certified nursing assistants, Providence hospitals in Spokane have created a program they think will satisfy their demand. ...

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Is #MeToo movement hurting attractive women?

Few could dispute that the #MeToo movement brought with it a tidal wave of empowerment and ...

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Kindergarten readiness worsens in Spokane area

Both locally and statewide, the majority of kids aren’t entering public schools ...

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New arts building rises at St. George’s School

Saint George’s School is constructing a new arts building on its campus at 2929 W. Waikiki, just n...

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Whitworth’s continuing studies program adapts over 100 years

This year, the School of Continuing Studies at Whitworth University turns 100 years old. The univer...

First private housing project planned on WSU campus

Pullman-based Corporate Pointe Developers LLC plans to build the first privately developed student housing on Washington State University’s main campus in Pullman. ...

Spokane International Academy finds new home

The 4-year-old Spokane International Academy has leased a new home at 777 E. Magnesium in north Spokane, says Travis Franklin, principal of the charter school. ...

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EWU looks to fix ‘leaky’ STEM pipeline with 100 Women Strong

The national average for women undergraduate students majoring in engineering and computer science is 20%, while the percentage of women students in those majors at Eastern Washington University trails even that low rate at 10%, says Leslie Cornick,...

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Q&A with Gonzaga University’s Rosemarie Hunter

Gonzaga University established its School of Leadership Studies almost a year and a half ago when it renamed the School of Professional Studies and brought its existing undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree and certificate programs under one roof. ...

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WSU to take another run at redeveloping Jensen-Byrd building

Spokane’s University District has become a hotbed of development activity with envisioned projects valued at more than $135 million on top of over $225 million in projects currently underway. ...

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