Your contribution to the SHM program is needed to help us achieve an even higher level of excellence, as we produce the best, brightest, and most highly sought-after future safety professionals. There are many ways to give, such as general SHM support, faculty development, laboratory/equipment purchases, student scholarships, and ASSE student chapter support.
Thank you for supporting SHM program's commitment to excellence.
GIVE ONLINE: The following links will help you make an online donation to SHM:
GIVE BY MAIL: Download and print this "give-by-mail" gift form. Please fill, and return this gift form to: CWU Foundation, 400 E University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7508
For more information regarding making a gift, contact:
Michoan Spoelstra, Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-963-1423
Margaret Reich, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, email@example.com or 509-963-1489
Private and corporate gifts are more vital to Central than ever since the state of Washington has reduced funding to the institution by more than 50 percent since 2009. Now, just 16 percent of CWU’s total budget comes from the state. We want to thank the following SHM donors from September 1, 2011 through June 30, 2013. We sincerely appreciate your generosity.
Alumni and Friends
Corporations and Other Organizations
|American Society of Safety Engineers|
American Society of Safety Engineers-Cascade Chapter
American Society of Safety Engineers-Columbia/Willamette
American Society of Safety Engineers-Lower Columbia Basin
American Society of Safety Engineers-Mt St Helens Section
American Society of Safety Engineers-Puget Sound Chapter
American Society of Safety Engineers-Santiam Section
The Boeing Company
G.E.W. LLC Safety Solutions
Gary Merlino Construction Co., Inc.
Georgia-Pacific, LLC Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
BW Technologies by Honeywell
Morrow Equipment Company
MSA – The Safety Company
Nova Group Inc.
Oregon Governors Occupational Safety & Health Conference
Protective Industrial Products
Puget Sound Energy
Shinn Mechanical, Inc.
SNC-Lavalin Constructors Inc.
Valley Electric Co.
Werner Ladder Co.
The Central Safety Center will be offering OSHA 10-Hour Certification Training for Construction andScientist To Explain The Impending Redefinition Of The Kilogram
In 2018, the kilogram, the last of the seven base SI units that is still defined in terms of a materDeep Foundations Workshop
CWU Construction Management will host this event on Friday Oct. 24th 2014, 8am -noon, in Hogue room