Kim Strobel

Walla Walla University university relations supervisor
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Building, Working, Studying

“Walla Walla College stirred to life well before dawn on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1892,” wrote Terrie Dopp Aamodt in her book Bold Venture: A History of Walla Walla College.

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WWU Marks Decade of McVay Leadership

John McVay became the 23rd president of Walla Walla College in College Place, Wash., in July 2006. With a decade of leadership completed this year, McVay will soon become the third-longest leading

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Faith and Learning

A Report to the Constituency of Walla Walla University

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WWU Receives Maximum Accreditation for Nursing Program

The Walla Walla University (WWU) School of Nursing was recently granted accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) through the maximum eligible time frame of June 2021

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Walla Walla University: A Place to Believe, Belong, Become

Walla Walla College opened its doors for the first day of classes in 1892 with 80 students in one building that stood tall against the backdrop of the Blue Mountains.

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WWU Opens Center to Uplift All Races, Ethnicities and Cultures

Walla Walla University held a dedication ceremony in April for the newly formed Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Culture.

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Student Engineers Make Plans to Bring Electricity to Peruvian Village

The Walla Walla University student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-WWU) held its annual spring fundraising gala on Feb. 27.

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Senior Class Elects Officers

The 2016 senior class at Walla Walla University has elected officers for the main campus in College Place, Wash., and the nursing campus in Portland, Ore.

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Salt and Light in the World

They’re creative, perceptive, determined and smart.

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Rittenbach Shares Spiritual Lessons Learned From Running

“I run to stay healthy,” says Gary Rittenbach, Walla Walla University (WWU) academic computing director. “People think our bodies are like cars, but they’re not.

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