Cybersecurity is Hot

Cybersecurity experts are among the most sought-after workers in the tech field, and Washington colleges and universities are stepping up to help fill the many job vacancies.“Right now there are two jobs for every one person employed — the opportunities are really amazing,” said Barbara En...

Michael Luvera Named Burlington Chief of Police

Michael Luvera, who has served as chief of Central Washington University’s Department of Police and Parking Services since 2011, has been selected the new police chief of the Burlington, Washington Police Department.Luvera begins his new position on July 3.“It’s been an honor to work with Mike durin...

“Brewing is Central” CWU’s Groundbreaking New Brew Degree

The craft brew industry is growing exponentially. There are more than 5,000 craft breweries in the U.S., and a major challenge for them is finding professional brewers. But a new solution to their problem is just 45 minutes away from Yakima — at Central Washington University in Ellensburg. It offers...

Extraordinary Science II Obelisk to be Installed June 26

"Secondhand Geology," a sculpture made of blocks of crushed stainless steel, will be installed June 26 on the grounds of Central Washington University's new Science II building. The installation will begin at 12 p.m., and will require a crane and a man-lift position and secure the sculpture. It was ...

Governor selects Ciara White as CWU’s new student trustee

Governor Jay Inslee today named Ciara White as the student member of the Central Washington University Board of Trustees for 2017-18.White, 20, who will be a senior during her term, is majoring in social services with a minor in sociology, women and gender studies, and law and justice. She is a McNa...

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