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New online transcript ordering system

The Office of the Registrar is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Credentials Solutions to provide online transcript ordering services. This partnership will decrease processing time, provide an electronic transcript sending capability that makes delivery virtually instantaneous, and allow alumni easier access to online transcript ordering.

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Global Case Competition

The Global Case Competition brings students together to develop innovative, interdisciplinary solutions to complex global issues using local resources. This is a great opportunity for student engagement, travel, and scholarships. Teams of students work together under a strict timeline to develop an innovative solution to the selected case. Each team submits a two-page written solution. Expert judges evaluate each solution and select the top five teams as finalists. Each of the finalist teams presents a solution in a public forum. Judges will be present at the competition. They will have an opportunity to ask questions of each team before selecting a winner.

Registration opens February 1, and closes February 19.

To get more information, visit the site here.

Tacoma Rendezvous

WSU Global Campus and ASWSU Global invite students, families and guests to the annual Tacoma Rendezvous on Saturday March 12. This long-standing event includes one-credit courses, a resource fair, photo booth, free tickets to a local museum, and a hosted lunch, all at the Tacoma Courtyard Marriott. Watch for additional Rendezvous information coming soon!

Register for the event here!

ETM students featured in WSU News

A drink that built the nation, posted by WSU News quoted ETM student Marcus Robert, a Tieton Cider Works employee. Tieton Cider Works has recently been highlighted as a cidery that’s leading the way in modern cider apple orchard management, and partnering with Washington State University researchers to meet the demand for the current cider boom. Tieton Cider Works began as a two-acre test and is now a 30-acre orchard, becoming one of the largest in the country. Robert is enrolled in our ETM certificate Program through the Make it in Washington initiative along with student Robert McCurdy. Robert is part of the Manufacturing Leadership program while McCurdy is part of the Six Sigma Quality Management program.

 

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2016 ASEM IAC Call for Papers

Make plans now to attend the upcoming ASEM 2016 IAC entitled “Energizing Engineering Management” October 26-29, 2016 at the Charlotte-Concord Golf Resort and Spa, Concord NC, USA. The 2016 IAC is hosted be the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Download the full CFP at 2016 ASEM IAC Call for Papers

Ski discounts through Washington Wellness

If you plan on being on the west side of Washington State this winter, you should take advantage of ski discounts! Wellcoug encourages you to get out and be active this winter and utilizing this ski discount offer is one way to do that. Check out these two promotions:

Wellcoug is a comprehensive employee well being program sponsored by Human Resource Services. If you would like more information on Wellcoug or the Ski Discounts please contact HRS. Email HRS at hrs@wsu.edu or call (509) 335-4521.

Spring 2016 Registration Dates

Spring 2016 Registration for Newly Admitted Students begins in November, for actual dates see the Registrar’s ROnet page. A list of dates for both currently enrolled students and newly admitted students are included.

IEEE SysCon 2016 paper submission deadline November 6, 2015

Submit your paper electronically to the IEEE SysCon 2016 Submission Portal: www.edas.info/20355

IMPORTANT DATES
Initial Manuscript Deadline: November 6, 2015
Acceptance Notification: December 1, 2015
Final Manuscript Deadline: February 14, 2016

    Topics:
  • Systems Engineering
  • Engineering Systems-of-Systems
  • Systems Architecture
  • Complex Systems
  • Cyber Security
  • Cloud Computing
  • Modeling & Simulation
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering
  • Systems Engineering Education & Theory
  • Systems Integration & Verification
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Decision-making for Complex Systems
  • Robotic Systems
  • Sensors Integration & Application
  • Large-Scale Systems Integration
  • Space & Communication Systems
  • Medical Systems
  • Defense Systems
  • Gaming & Entertainment Systems
  • Transportation Systems
  • Environmental Systems
  • Energy Management and Sustainability, including Renewable Energy
  • Conference Chair: Bob Rassa, Raytheon
    Conference Technical Program Chair: Sidney Givigi, Royal Military College of Canada