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Washington State University Tri-Cities will honor more than 375 graduating students this year. The honorees include graduates from the fall 2021 and spring and summer 2022 terms. WSU Tri-Cities 2022 Commencement Ceremony is the first in-person commencement since 2019....

Washington State University Tri-Cities recognized five female leaders as Women of Distinction for their contributions to the campus and Tri-Cities community as part of a month- long stories exhibition and March 9 inductee ceremony. The women honored exhibit exceptional leadership in their discipline or area of expertise, serve as role models and mentors to other women, advocate for positive social change and demonstrate a commitment to WSU Tri-Cities' mission....

The Kadlec Foundation has recently approved the funding of an endowed scholarship to help support the nursing education of first-generation college students. The Yanely Mendoza Memorial Scholarship will be awarded each year to a nursing student pursuing their bachelor’s degree at Washington State University Tri-Cities. The endowment is in memory of Mendoza, who passed away suddenly in 2021 after completing her nursing degree the previous fall....

Richland, Wash. – The Washington State University Tri-Cities MOSAIC Center for Student Inclusion, in collaboration with Wavelengths Salon, will hold an LGBTQ+ Panel at 6 p.m. Feb. 22 in the East Auditorium on campus and via Zoom. The event will feature a panel of community members across the LGBTQ+ spectrum and allies who will share their experiences and answer questions from the audience. ...

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