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Campus & Community

Schulz’s host holiday open houses Dec. 15, 16

December 1, 2021
The holiday open house is back for the first time since the COVID‑19 pandemic. President Kirk Schulz and First Lady Noel Schulz are hosting the seasonal gathering at the President’s House on the Pullman campus.

Presentation explores data disasters

November 30, 2021
WSU Libraries’ new science librarian Emily Cukier will give a presentation titled “Data Disasters: Lessons from Notorious Mistakes in Spreadsheet History,” at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, in Spark 212.

Science & Technology

NSF grant tackles Arctic data problem

December 1, 2021
A $1.25 million National Science Foundation grant will spur development of a platform to help researchers better manage data about the vast and poorly understood Arctic.

WSU joins Northwest Quantum Nexus

November 17, 2021
The regional coalition of organizations are developing hardware and software for quantum computing devices, evaluating new quantum-enabled materials, and creating curriculum for students.

Benefits & Training

Cyber security tips: Browse safely

November 23, 2021
Almost all employees do some business for WSU through the internet via browsers. Internet browsers tend to be a target for cyber attackers. Keep vigilant against cyber attacks by always using the latest browser version. Updated browsers have the latest security patches and are much harder to hack into. Not sure if yours is the […]

Calling on WSU employees to defend against fraud attempts

November 18, 2021
In today’s virtual environment, we are faced with the challenge of protecting ourselves and WSU from the daily onslaught of cyber attackers. While ensuring your software is updated and using anti-virus are just some of the many proactive steps you should take on a regular basis, cyber attackers have learned that the easiest way to […]

University Affairs

Arts & Culture

Scouting for a forgotten few

November 23, 2021
WSU historian Ryan Booth sheds light on the largely forgotten history of the Northern Cheyenne and White Mountain Apache who served as scouts for the U.S. Army from 1866–1947.

Politics & Society

Health & Medicine

Veterinary Medicine

Food & Agriculture

Better hops, better beer

November 22, 2021
WSU researchers are developing disease and pest-resistant hops as well as biocontrols that feed on damaging insects as part of a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.

Business & Economics

Reports & Updates

Update from the WSU Pullman Chancellor-Designate

December 1, 2021
As I step into the dual role of provost and WSU Pullman chancellor over the next several months, I look forward to meeting more of you and hearing your ideas on how to build on the strength of our flagship campus.

Awards & Achievements