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Bennie Seltzer honored by the Pac-12 |

Categories: 1980s | 1990s | Award or honor | Professional or career event | sports

Bennie Seltzer set Pac-12 record with 230 made 3-pointers in his 1989-1993 WSU basketball career. Seltzer was a three time captain, and four-year starter on the WSU team. When Seltzer finished his career, he was No. 3 all-time leading scorer and No. 1 in assists.

Seltzer’s basketball accomplishments have been recognized by the Pac-12 as he has been chosen to be a part of the 2014-15 class for the men’s basketball Hall of Honor. Seltzer and his fellow inductee’s will be honored at the 2015 Pac-12 championship game.

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Bryan Klingele has been promoted to corporal rank |

Categories: Award or honor | College of Arts and Sciences | Professional or career event

Bryan Klingele, a WSU grad with a degree in Criminal Justice, has been promoted to corporal rank at the Federal Way Police Department.


Robert Healea retires from TEC |

Categories: College of Business | Professional or career event

Courtesy of The Clarion-Ledger


Robert Healea has been the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for 20 years, until his recent retirement. Healea graduated from WSU with a bachelor’s in Business Administration. Before Mr. Healea joined TEC, he spent nearly 25 years as a founding partner in a public accounting firm which specialized in accounting, telecommunications, and auditing.

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Jim Horner returns as part of the Minor League Baseball coaching staff |

Categories: 1990s

In 1996, Jim Horner played as a minor league catcher with the Mariners for nine years, and is now returning for his second season as manager of the Jackson Generals. Horner was named 2009′s Mariners Player Development Staff Member of the year as well as the California League manager of the year after leading the High Desert to victory in both the first and second half of the season.

Horner graduated from Washington State University in 1996 with a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice.

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Mark Mone named chancellor at UW- Milwaukee |

Categories: 1980s | Award or honor

Courtesy of UW- Milwaukee


Dr. Mark Mone, a 1988 PhD grad, was recently named the chancellor at UW- Milwaukee. Mone has been chosen to replace the former chancellor, Michael Lovell. Mone has served as a faculty member at UW- Milwaukee since 1989. “We are very pleased to look to one of our own bright talents, Dr. Mark Mone, as the committee’s choice to lead this university into the future,” said Regent President Michael Falbo, chair of the special Regents committee.  “His academic experience and expertise in building relationships with businesses, governments, and communities are a great fit with the university’s commitment to quality, access, and economic development.” He will be the ninth chancellor at the university.

Mone received his bachelor’s degree in organizational management with an English minor from Central Washington University. He earned a master of business administration degree from Idaho State University, and finally received his Ph.D. in management from Washington State University in 1988.