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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Tim and Tara Smith did not think they would be married with kids when they first met.

WSU Love Story: Love blooms in the College of Education

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen news editor September 21, 2022

“You guys are gonna get married someday,” a friend said to Tim and Tara Smith in their freshman year of college. And then, they didn’t speak to each other again for four years.  Tim and Tara...

James Asare won WSUs overall Three Minute Thesis competition after winning the College of Educations competition.

Three Minute Thesis winner represents College of Education with presentation about gerrymandering

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor March 28, 2022

James Asare, doctoral student in the College of Education’s department of math and science, won last week’s Three Minute Thesis competition with his presentation about gerrymandering. Asare’s...

Marcus Poppen, assistant professor of special education, said his research team plans to use the money to learn about how partnering with employers and schools helps students prepare for life after college.

Grant funds employment opportunities for students receiving special education services

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter December 2, 2020

A team from the WSU College of Education received a two-year $300,000 grant to prepare students who receive special education services for employment after graduation.  Marcus Poppen, assistant professor...

Mike Trevisan, dean of WSU’s College of Education, said he plans to coordinate a meeting with school counselors from different countries to create school-based counseling programs.

College dean volunteers with group that promotes school-based counseling

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter November 18, 2020

The dean for WSU’s College of Education was nominated for a chair-elect position in which he will volunteer with a group that promotes school-based counseling. Mike Trevisan, dean of WSU’s College...

John Lupinacci, assistant professor in the WSU College of Education, said teaching classes over Zoom hindered making connections with students because several of them do not keep their cameras on.

‘Fight the ills of society’

HANNAH FLORES November 2, 2020

John Lupinacci grew up surrounded by teachers who pushed him to learn about social justice and become more involved with his community. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Lupinacci grew up witnessing...

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