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October 21, 2010. Billie Moreland, PhD, of Billie Moreland and Associates and Steve Simmons, PhD, E...

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NIH Grant Supports Gene Mapping for Eye Condition
National Institutes of Health will support research at Washington State University Spokane focusing on the cause of corneal transplants. Bassem Bejjani, MD, a research professor at WSU Spokane and co-director of molecular diagnostics at Sacred Heart Medical Center, was awarded a total of $1.3 million over four years. To learn more about, visit

Nominate Your Favorites for the AGORA Awards
The Spokane Regional Chamber is now accepting nominations for the 2005 AGORA Awards, recognizing businesses in our region that exemplify leadership in supporting a strong economy and quality of life. Please fill out the form electronically by visiting, or download it in pdf format and return it via fax at 747-0077.

BizStreet Training Presents “Power Up Your e-Strategy”
Tuesday, January 11, 7:30-9:00 a.m. Presentation will be by Klundt Hosmer’s Rick Hosmer and Tracey Carlson. Are your web site and e-messages correctly branding your business and properly communicating to your customers? This training will give you 20 tips for making better web site impressions and improving technical performance. Make 2005 the year your web site helps (rather than hurts) your company's success.

All BizStreet trainings will be held at the Spokane Regional Business Center, 801 W. Riverside from 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. Cost: Chamber members $10; non-Chamber members $15. Registration information: To register, please visit and click on REGISTER NOW or call 624-1393.

SITSA Presents “C# 2.0” presented by Mark Michaelis, Itron
Tuesday, January 11, 2005, Socializing: 5:30 pm; Presentation: 6:00 pm. Microsoft is on the verge of releasing the second generation of their .NET technologies. In this talk, we will walk through the new C# 2.0 features. Topics include generics, anonymous methods, iterators, partial types and more. In addition, we will look at practical applications of these features within your code. The talk will include looking at real code as well as discussion of how these features stack up to Java.

The meeting will be at Gonzaga University, Herak Hall, Room 301, 3rd floor. 502 E. Boone Ave. Spokane, Washington 99258. Parking is available on Sharp and the surrounding neighborhood. On campus parking requires a pass.

EWU’s Business Resource Center Presents -“Entrepreneurship”
Wednesday January 12, 2005-6-7:30 p.m “Entrepreneurship” presented by Joe Dinnison, Hotel Lusso (EWU, Riverpoint Auditorium). The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Seminar Series seminars are free, and faculty, students, and community members alike are encouraged to participate. All of the seminars are held at the Riverpoint Higher Education Center, N 668 Riverpoint Blvd. unless otherwise listed. For more information call Terry Sanchez, 358 2208, or visit the CEA webpage at

Spokane City Forum Presents “Helping to Build a Better Community”
Wednesday, January 19, 2005, 11:45 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Anthony D. Bonanzino, PhD., Incoming Chair of the Spokane Regional Chamber of Commerce, will speak on “Navigating the Collaborative Sea: Enhancing Community Wellness”. How do we bring Spokane to its next level of greatness? Regardless of an individual’s position within our community, the ability to lead change through collaboration, not power, will ultimately determine our success!

The Forum will be held at Spokane First Presbyterian Church, 318 South Cedar Street, Spokane. Reservations are required. Deadline is Monday, January 17, 2005. Cost is $8.50 and includes lunch. Childcare available (reservations required). Call (509) 777-1555 (Judy Clemenson) or by e-mail or visit to register.

FiberFest ‘05
Thursday, January 20, 2005. FiberFest ’05 will celebrate Spokane’s ten-year, $100 million build-out of one of the world’s top fiber optic installations. We now have the “optical fiber last mile,” many world beating gigabit Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) – for example the EMAN, VPnet and INHS, and the groundwork for the world’s biggest wireless hot zone. We even have “fiber to the nursery” and other life changing uses for our infrastructures. The event will be at noon in the Steam Plant. Save the date.

Washington’s ‘Innovation Industries’ Are Focus of WTC’s Technology Summit
The Washington Technology Center (WTC) is hosting a statewide conference dedicated to examining Washington’s “Innovation Economy” and four of the state’s most promising industries: Energy, Life Sciences, Nanotechnology, and Defense & Security. The Washington Technology Summit is set for April 8 from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle.

WTC is offering a special early registration rate of $75 until January 31, 2005 – that’s 40% off the regular fee for the conference. Beginning February 1, the price goes up to $100 and after February 25, the fee is $125. To register for the Technology Summit, visit, download the registration form and fax to 206-543-3059. To register by phone or email or for more information, contact Angie Santo at 206-616-4187 or

Small Business and Entrepreneurship Seminar Series continues with "Business Legal Affairs"
Wednesday, January 26, 2005, 6-7:30 p.m - “Business Legal Affairs” - Paul Davis, Lukins & Annis, Bob Douthitt, EWU, Riverpoint Auditorium N 668 Riverpoint Blvd. For more information call Terry Sanchez, 358 2208, or visit the CEA webpage at

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