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New scholarship program

Through the Make it in Washington initiative, Washington State University’s Engineering and Technology Management program will be offering scholarships for eligible employees working in small and midsized manufacturing firms in qualifying Washington state counties. Scholarships for graduate and advanced undergraduate certificates in the ETM program are currently being offered. For more information on the program, please see the MiiW-ETM website.

WSU gets funds to teach employees, strengthen business

engineering and technology researcherPULLMAN, Wash. – Employees in qualifying Washington companies can apply to earn certificates online and take advantage of $750,000 in scholarship funds recently awarded to Washington State University.

The funds to WSU’s Global Campus engineering and technology management (ETM) program come through the Make it in Washington (MiiW) public-private partnership initiative, http://www.etm.wsu.edu/Miia/MiiA.ETM.html. » More …

Ray Ladd; program collecting memories for book

Ray Ladd, professor in the Engineering and Technology Management program at Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, Washington State University.PULLMAN, Wash. – This obituary, at full length and with photos, is posted on the website of the engineering and technology management program at WSU (https://etm.wsu.edu/documents/2015/03/ray-ladd-in-memory.pdf):

It is with a profound sense of loss that we announce the passing of Dr. Ray Ladd, our great friend and colleague. He passed away on May 21, 2014, at his home in Kendrick, Idaho, surrounded by his loving wife, Claudia, his son and daughter and their families. » More …

U.S. News: WSU online programs among best for veterans

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s online graduate degree programs in business and engineering this week were named the nation’s third best online degree offerings for military veterans by U.S. News & World Report. The magazine also named WSU’s online bachelor’s degree program the eighth best in the nation for veterans.

Now in their second year, the rankings were designed to help veterans identify high-quality online degree programs that suit their educational needs, the magazine noted in a news release. » More …

WSU online programs rank among top in nation

By Kathy Barnard, WSU News

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University online graduate programs in business and engineering as well as the online bachelor’s degree program are among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings released today.

“The success of WSU’s online programs is directly attributable to the excellence of its on-campus programs,” said David Cillay, vice president of WSU’s Global Campus. “Same professors, same rigor – and the same century-old land-grant mission of reaching beyond campus boundaries. » More …

Student discount in TOCICO

Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization (TOCICO) is offering a $30 annual membership to students actively enrolled in courses at a school or university. This is a $245 discount. For $30 you get access to all the Webinars (past and future) and video of all past conferences (over a year old). Learn more.

ETM student featured in Washington State Magazine

by Eric Sorensen | © Washington State University

On a windy night, when some of us might worry about things going bump in the dark, Dan Rottler ’92 frets over 20-ton boxes of gears turning more than 200 feet above the ground. The gearboxes are like outsized automobile transmissions, capable of cranking the energy of the slowly turning 16-rpm blade of a wind turbine up to 1,800 rpm. » More …