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The Council of Presidents (COP) is an association of Washington state’s six public baccalaureates: , , , , , & .
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Council of Presidents Apr 19
. President Mary Cullinan, President George Bridges, & President Sabah Randhawa at today’s ’s Students Serving Washington Awards. , ,
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Council of Presidents Apr 18
Thank you to members for the unanimous support for HB 1734, our joint request legislation on College in the High School with & . A special thank you to for her outstanding leadership.
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Council of Presidents Apr 17
There is incredible synergy between education, business & community leaders in southwest WA. Thank you to SW WA STEM Network leaders for today’s presentation.
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Kirk H Schulz Apr 16
Excellent visit with Coug alumna Senator today discussing the collaborative relationship between USDA-ARS, WSU & the WA Ag Industry as we finalize plants for a new State-of-the-Art USDA/WSU Building for Pullman!
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Council of Presidents Apr 15
Our colleagues at the WA State Economic & Revenue Forecast Council are looking for a current college sophomore to work as a Research Analyst Intern from June-September. Details available here: .
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Paul Francis Apr 10
Great meeting of our state’s Complete Count Committee today. WA is the national leader in planning for the because we have an amazing group of state, local, education, business, nonprofit, & philanthropic partners at the table.
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Council of Presidents Apr 9
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Ana Mari Cauce Apr 8
Thank you to all the students who traveled to Olympia today to meet with our state's leaders! It's great to have you playing an active role in the civic life of our state.
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Chris Reykdal Apr 5
Transfer works in Washington State because of great policy and committed leadership at our colleges and universities. Thank you Higher Education partners!
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Council of Presidents Apr 5
Our presidents have penned a number of newspaper op-eds over the past few months. Check them all out here: .
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Ana Mari Cauce Mar 27
Timothy's story is inspiring and demonstrates why we need strength across higher education — from community colleges to research universities. Love that he went to and en route to .
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Council of Presidents Apr 4
Seattle Times op-ed from President George Bridges: "It’s not whether your college is elite, it’s what you explore that matters": .
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Council of Presidents Apr 3
Thank you Dan for all that you've done for WSU and our entire state over the years. We at COP are extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with and learn from you.
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Council of Presidents Apr 3
Congratulations to all the outstanding WSU student leaders!
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Council of Presidents Apr 2
“Together, our universities are economic and social engines, crucial for the prosperity of our state and the vibrancy of our local communities.”
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Council of Presidents Apr 2
Congratulations Rovy Branon on this tremendous honor.
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WWU Mar 28
Presidents of Washington's six public universities discuss the individual and community benefits of higher education:
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Council of Presidents Apr 1
Congratulations President-elect McConnell!
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Serve Washington Mar 29
Shout out to , , and for being top volunteer producing schools! What a good reflection of how Washington values service and grows service leaders!
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WWU Mar 27
The Peace Corps recently released the 2019 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities across the country, and Western Washington University was ranked No. 5 among medium-sized schools, with 32 alumni currently volunteering worldwide:
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