Browning will be responsible for CWI’s media, public, and government relations efforts and oversee the Marketing and Advancement department.
On Sept. 6, CWI's Board of Trustees voted in favor of placing a $180 million general obligation bond on the November 2016 ballot.
The expanded training opportunities will accommodate an additional 90 students in five professional-technical programs.
Beginning this fall semester students will pay $139 per credit hour, up from $136.
CWI will honor a record number of degree and certificate candidates as well as the most ever graduates with honors.
CWI earned a first-place finish at Pacific University while also receiving top honors for the Northwest Forensics Conference.