A WSU research team has created a recyclable carbon-fiber reinforced composite that could eventually replace the non-recyclable version used in everything from modern airplane wings to sporting goods.
As the first group of Washington residents line up for COVID‑19 vaccines, some are getting those long-awaited inoculations from WSU College of Nursing faculty and students.
More than a dozen pharmacy students helped Pullman students who live off campus with their COVID-19 nasal swab tests, providing instruction on how to administer the test and ensuring samples are handled and stored properly.
When the Student Recreation Center opened its doors 20 years ago today, it quickly became one of the busiest places on the Pullman campus and one of the most admired recreation centers in the nation.
The events will span several months and feature authors, songwriters, rappers, visual artists and films. The full list of events can be viewed at the MLK Program website.
Why and when students-athletes use social media, rather than how much, has a greater influence on their mental health, according to one of the first wide-scale surveys of social media engagement and well-being in college athletes.
The more people rely on social media as their main news source the more likely they are to believe misinformation about the pandemic, according to a recent WSU study.
States with high rates of high school football participation and strong college conferences, in particular the Southeastern Conference, were among the last to take up regulations on youth concussions, according to a recent study.