Collaboration with Eastern Washington University and local community colleges.
Credits—Statewide transfer policy and agreement—Establishment.
"Major line" defined.
Major lines common to University of Washington and Washington State University.
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Major lines—School of medicine—Forestry.
Courses exclusive to Washington State University.
Exclusive instruction in agriculture.
Wine grape industry, instruction relating to—Purpose.
Wine grape industry, instruction relating to—Administration.
Regents—Attorney general as advisor.
Regents—Open public meetings—Vacancy not to affect rights of remaining members.
Regents—Board organization—President—President's duties—Bylaws, laws.
Regents—Treasurer of board—Bond—Disbursement of funds by.
Regents—University president as secretary of board—Duties—Bond.
Regents—Employees, board members, to have no interest in contracts.
Regents—General powers and duties.
Morrill act funds allotted to university.
Acceptance of federal aid—1907 c 198—Assent.
Acceptance of certain federal aid.
Acceptance of federal aid—1925 ex.s. c 182.
University designated as recipient of all federal aid to agricultural experiment stations.
University designated as recipient of all federal aid to agricultural experiment stations—Assent to congressional grants to university.
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid—Acts enumerated.
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid—Withdrawals.
State treasurer receiving agent of certain federal aid—Trust funds not subject to appropriation.
State treasurer to report annually on university assets held in trust.
Department of natural resources to report annually on university trust lands transactions.
Lease of lands with outdoor recreation potential—Restrictions—Unlawful to use posted lands.
Medical, health and hospital service—Authorized.
Medical, health and hospital service—Leases, contracts and agreements.
High-technology education and training.
Findings—University Center of North Puget Sound—Management and leadership.
Statewide off-campus telecommunications system—Authorized—Purpose, education in high-technology fields—Availability of facilities.
Small business development center—Services—Use of funds.
Business assistance account.
Construction of RCW 28B.30.530—
Conflict with federal requirements.
International marketing program for agricultural commodities and trade (IMPACT) center created—Primary functions.
IMPACT center—Use of research and services—Fees.
IMPACT center—Contributions and support.
Puget Sound water quality field agents program—Definitions.
Puget Sound water quality field agents program—Local field agents.
Puget Sound water quality field agents program—Matching requirements.
Puget Sound water quality field agents program—Captions not law.
Climate and rural energy development center—Definitions.
Climate and rural energy development center—Authorized.
Climate and rural energy development center—Funding.
FINANCING BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES—1961 ACT
Construction, remodeling, improvement, financing through bonds, authorized.
Contracts, issuance of evidences of indebtedness, bonds, acceptance of grants.
Bonds—Issuance, sale, form, term, interest—Covenants—Use of proceeds.
Washington State University bond retirement fund—Composition—Pledge of building fees.
Washington State University bond retirement fund—Disposition of certain revenues from scientific school lands.
Washington State University bond retirement fund—Disposition of certain revenues from agricultural college lands.
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Development of curriculum for pharmacy students on suicide assessment, treatment, and management—Work group.
Additional powers of board—Issuance of bonds, investments, transfer of funds, etc.
Bonds not general obligations—Legislature may provide additional means of payment.
Other laws not repealed or limited.
Acquisition, construction, equipping and betterment of lands, buildings and facilities at universities and The Evergreen State College.
Dairy/forage and agricultural research facility—Rainier school farm—Revolving fund—Lease of herd, lands, authorized.
Transfer of energy education, applied research, and technology transfer programs from state energy office.
Establishment of administrative units to coordinate energy education or energy program delivery programs.
Lind dryland research unit—Income from leased property.
Washington State University extension energy program—Plant operations support program.
Sustainable aviation biofuels work group.