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Campus & Community

Leap year helps keep time accurate

WSU astronomer Guy Worthey discusses the leap year and several current Cougs talk about what it is like to be born on Feb. 29.

Women*s Center celebrates 50 years with reading party

Tickets are on sale for Heritage of Words, a special reading party that’s part of the Women*s Center’s 50th anniversary. The event is scheduled from 5–8 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, on the Pullman campus.

University Affairs

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.

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Benefits & Training

Awards & Achievements

Science & Technology

Food & Agriculture

Health & Medicine

Veterinary Medicine

Arts & Culture

Museum hosts Indigenous arts events

Learn about the importance of intergenerational knowledge in Indigenous artwork during a series of events at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and online Feb. 22–24.

Chinese historians share Lunar New Year tales

WSU’s Xiuyu Wang and Weiguo Cao discuss traditional celebrations of the Lunar New Year in China as well as the cultural significance of the Year of the Dragon and the Chinese zodiac.

Business & Economics

Workers sound the alarm on AI workplace readiness

Half of the U.S. professional workforce is concerned they will be “left behind” in their careers without opportunities to learn about AI, according to a new Carson College of Business report.

Politics & Society

Don’t read all about it

Find out how research conducted by WSU’s Porismita Borah is helping to slow the online spread of misinformation in this recent Washington State Magazine article.

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.

Preparing for potential ASE strike

WSU President Kirk Schulz reaffirms the university’s commitment to ensuring classes proceed without impediment in the event of a work stoppage by academic student employees.

Honoring Dr. King’s legacy and fostering community

As we look to further this work, WSU is also proud to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by reaffirming WSU’s commitment to overcoming division, removing systemic barriers, advancing equity, and combatting hate in all its forms.