WSU Insider

Campus & Community

Summer schedule for WSU Insider

Look for news highlights in the daily push email most days Monday through Thursday through late August, with Friday emails resuming around the start of the fall semester.

Bot Brawl brings students together

Crimson Robotics recently held its spring Crimson Bot Brawl, where students create fighting robots and put them to a test in a tournament.

University Affairs

A new era for the Institute for Shock Physics

WSU professor and former Los Alamos National Laboratory physicist Brian Jensen is the new director of the Institute for Shock Physics. He succeeds Yogendra Gupta, who led the program for 26 years.

Incoming provost shares message

T. Chris Riley-Tillman shared his plans to host college-wide meetings this fall as part of a message to WSU faculty system-wide Monday afternoon. His first day is July 1.

WSU-related Podcasts

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Food safety, WSU stories, science answers for kids, and more — listen to podcasts from Washington State University.

About WSU:

A selection of programs about Washington State, produced by alumni and friends.

WSU Podcasts

Benefits & Training

WSU staff mentorship

Washington State University will once again be conducting the Staff Mentoring and Professional Development Program in the spring of 2024. Applications for this once a year cohort are available through Friday, May 31. The purpose of the WSU Staff Mentoring Program is to develop relationships and facilitate interaction among staff, resulting in a stronger, more collaborative […]

Learning opportunity spotlight

Develop your skills with these upcoming courses & opportunities! Workplace Communication: Giving & Receiving Feedback, May 14 Learn more and register for Workplace Communication Review the development stages of teams and the importance of clear communication in the workplace. Using an interactive survey, participants will identify different communication styles, including their own, and the skills required […]

Awards & Achievements

Science & Technology

Cybersecurity education varies widely in US

A WSU-led research team contends that cybersecurity education could be improved by working with professional societies and increasing use of educational tools and theories.

Food & Agriculture

Health & Medicine

Veterinary Medicine

Arts & Culture

Business & Economics

Politics & Society

Exhibit explores queer experience on the Palouse

An opening reception for “Higher Ground: An Exhibition of Art, Ephemera, and Form” will take place 6–8 p.m. Friday on the ground floor of the Terrell Library on the Pullman campus.

Reports & Updates

Building bridges: philanthropy at WSU

In fiscal year 2023 alone, 27,832 total donors contributed a record $167.9 million in philanthropic support to more than 1,000 designated areas within WSU.