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Tragic events bring orphan colt, mare together

An orphan colt whose mother died shortly after giving birth has a new mom – a mare that had tragically lost her foal – thanks to the generosity of strangers and Washington State University veterinarians playing matchmaker.

Campus & Community

Scam alert

July 1, 2022
WSU Police and Pullman Police would like students, faculty, and staff to be aware of telephone scams where callers claim to have compromising photos of the person they are calling or texting, and then demand payment in exchange for keeping them private. Here is what you should know: If you have provided nude or compromising […]

Virtual events connect Global Campus families

June 28, 2022
Titled “Cougs and Their Cubs,” the event series consists of child-centered activities students can participate in with their kids as well as virtual social events for Coug parents on their own.

University Affairs

WSU-related Podcasts

From WSU:

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

Pre-retirement seminar – June 2022

June 15, 2022
Are you considering retiring? Join a pre-retirement seminar to assist you in your planning. Topics include: Retiree Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance Enrollment Processes; Medicare and Social Security; Voluntary Employee’s Benefit Association Medical Expense Plan (VEBA MEP); Annual Leave Payment; Voluntary Investment Programs; Retirement Income, and; Retirement Supplementation for WSURP participants. These seminars are open […]

Score tickets to the game with SmartHealth

June 2, 2022
SmartHealth is sending four eligible PEBB members to see the Seattle Storm or Seattle Seahawks! SmartHealth will hold two random drawings for eligible PEBB and SEBB subscribers who complete their well-being assessment by the deadline. Subscribers who have already completed the well-being assessment will automatically be entered into the drawings. Learn all the details and […]

Awards & Achievements

Science & Technology

Food & Agriculture

Health & Medicine

Veterinary Medicine

Tragic events bring orphan colt, mare together

July 5, 2022
An orphan colt whose mother died shortly after giving birth has a new mom – a mare that had tragically lost her foal – thanks to the generosity of strangers and Washington State University veterinarians playing matchmaker.

Study finds elk hoof disease may affect antlers

June 1, 2022
A disease in elk that causes deformed hooves and eventually leads to lameness and death is also associated with abnormal, asymmetrical antlers, a WSU‑led study of hunter reports found.

Arts & Culture

From class project to social dialogue

June 9, 2022
Three WSU students developed a podcast surrounding the topic of culturally- and linguistically-responsive pedagogy as an alternative to a conventional class assessment or test.

Fridays at the Clock concert series returns

June 17, 2022
The outdoor summer concert series will take place over four Fridays this summer on the Pullman campus beginning June 24. Each concert is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be free of charge.

Business & Economics

Politics & Society

Reports & Updates

Celebrating Pride Month

June 7, 2022
WSU leaders ask that all employees continue to be an ally, and to complete the LGBTQ+ Ally Training available through Human Resource Services if they haven’t yet done so.

Celebrating our progress over the last year

May 9, 2022
From resuming in‑person instruction and events to advancing OneWSU planning and installing our inaugural chancellor of the Pullman campus—a lot has changed for the university community.