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College Success Foundation: Building a pathway for underserved students in Spokane

The College Success Foundation, a Bellevue, Wash.-based nonprofit organization, has elevated its Inl...


Lydig Construction selected to build $60 million Interdisciplinary Science Center at EWU

Eastern Washington University has selected Lydig Construction Inc., of Spokane Valley, as the contra...

Spark Central lands its largest grant to date

Spark Central, a Spokane-based nonprofit that provides access to creative learning opportunities and...


Incorporating medical technology into curriculum

The University of Washington School of Medicine-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership is in...


Farm to Phone at Share.Farm

Two entrepreneurs from Whitworth University are launching a free app that they claim could change the way farmer’s market vendors and customers interact. Vince Peak, CEO of Share.Farm Inc., teamed up with Eric Kobe, the company’s chief security offi...


EWU launches new tech commercialization academy

Eastern Washington University's 2-year-old Center for Entrepreneurship is launching an eight-week collaborative summer technology commercialization academy that aims to provide students with real-world experience in finding useful applications for existin...

Study: Pacific Northwest business leaders positive, but worried about future

Pacific Northwest business leaders are upbeat about current business conditions, but many are concerned about the prospects for future growth. That’s according to the Business in the Northwest 2018 study recently released by Washington State Universit...


WSU studies Medicaid access at rural pharmacies

Community pharmacies located in rural areas across the state are less likely to contract with at least one Medicaid plan than pharmacies located in urban areas, preliminary results of research conducted through the Spokane-based Washington State Universit...


Greenways: Gonzaga students engineer future transport

Gonzaga University engineering professor Rhonda Young claims we’re in the midst of a new transportation era, similar to the days when cars first began to replace horse-and-buggy as the main mode of transportation. “We’re looking at a future with ...

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