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Blending work, play in hobby entrepreneurship

Work and hobbies lie at opposite ends of the motivational spectrum. By definition, we go to work to make a living and practice hobbies in our leisure time, primarily for intrinsic enjoyment. Rather than maintaining strict boundaries between work and leisu...

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WSU adds to research, innovation capabilities in Spokane

Washington State University’s Office of Commercialization has added a new position to the universi...

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Space studies blast off at North Idaho STEM Charter Academy

Students at North Idaho STEM Charter Academy, in Rathdrum, have started up their own space program, ...

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Program creates new type of law professional

Washington state attorneys and educators are working to create a new type of legal professional who ...

EWU adds food vendors during PUB renovation

Eastern Washington University has added several new food-and-beverage vendors to its Cheney campus i...

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More construction anticipated on WSU Spokane campus

Washington State University Spokane will be humming with new activity this year, both in construction and in medical education, on its health sciences-focused campus in the University District east of downtown. On the construction side, Garco Constructio...

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Tackling workforce education in Spokane

Greater Spokane Incorporated has taken on a big challenge with its new community initiative called Greater Minds that aims to provide working adults with support to return to school. The program’s goal is to increase the percentage of adult workers in ...

EWU explores doctorate in health leadership

Eastern Washington University is developing an online doctorate in health leadership program that the university hopes to offer through its recently established College of Health Science and Public Health, in Spokane. The college distributed a survey amo...

Smartphones increase exposure of company information

The recent technology boom has given rise to a world where people check their smartphones an average of 150 times per day, and much of that activity happens within mobile and social apps that are connected to sensitive information. The younger workforce...

UW set to expand CoMotion to Spokane

CoMotion, a business development arm of the University of Washington, has confirmed plans to expand to Spokane. The mission of the new operation, which is to be called CoMotion Labs @ Spokane, will be “to contribute to the growth of the innovation comm...

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