October 26, 1999
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WSU NAMES TWO NEW MEMBERS
TO VANCOUVER ADVISORY COUNCIL
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Washington State University has appointed two new members to WSU Vancouver's Advisory Council. Clint Page, president, Cowlitz Economic Development Council, and Judie Stanton, Clark County Commissioner, have been formally appointed to the council by WSU President Samuel H. Smith.
The new members become part of a 22-member advisory council designed to advise Smith and Campus Executive Officer and Dean Hal Dengerink on academic, research and community issues relevant to the campus.
Chaired by Columbian Publisher and President Scott Campbell, the advisory council meets four times a year and is comprised of community members from throughout southwest Washington and Oregon.
Page and Stanton replace outgoing member Bruce Hagensen, owner, Vancouver Sign Company, Vancouver, and Ted Natt, former publisher of the Longview Daily News in Longview, who died in an August helicopter accident.
WSU Vancouver is celebrating its 10th year within the WSU system, and provides junior-, senior- and graduate-level courses leading to 13 bachelor's and seven master's degrees to over 1,500 students. The campus is located on 351 acres seven miles north of the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area.
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