A low power, pain-reducing laser is a convenient alternative for treating osteoarthritis in elderly cats that aren’t accustomed to the underwater treadmill at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Cougar Health Services staff immediately stepped up to the challenges posed by an emerging pandemic and continue to serve the Pullman student population as the fall semester unfolds.
Global Campus as well as several professional and graduate programs saw continued growth but overall system enrollment declined 4.2% this fall.
This year, the mentoring program will be a combination of virtual and in-person. Prospective mentors and mentees can enroll now until Sept. 30.
To celebrate Constitution and Citizenship Day, the WSU Libraries will sponsor a round-robin public reading of the Constitution starting at noon on Friday, Sept. 17, in the Terrell Library Atrium.
The 2015 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences will help launch a WSU Foley Institute lecture series next week that will explore the issue of inequality in the United States.
Just 28% of information systems faculty at U.S. colleges and universities are women. Associate Professor Michelle Carter is determined to change that.
The four‑year, $1.12 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help WSU recruit and retain quality mathematics teachers from historically marginalized groups.