The WSU Insider is joining the rest of the Washington State University system in moving to reduced operations for the holiday season.
For decades, researchers have tried to develop an effective vaccine for Babesia bovis, a tick-borne disease that annually kills millions of cattle.
New WSU research shows water could help improve catalysts used for thermochemical reactions: lowering energy barriers and more efficiently converting biomaterials to fuels.
New WSU research indicates there may be significant differences in how chronic cannabis use affects males and females.
Representation includes faculty, students, and staff to continue the progress made by the five working groups that were assembled to respond to concerns raised by students in 2017.
Recognizing many students are struggling with feelings of isolation due to the COVID‑19 pandemic, Compton Union Building staff are working with campus safety experts to expand the building’s capacity.
The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center will begin 2021 with new hours of operation on the Pullman campus following a brief closure as part of the University’s reduced operations during the holiday season.
The 2020 American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges’ Distinguished Veterinary Teacher award—the most prestigious teaching award in veterinary medicine—is presented by Zoetis, the largest global animal health company.
Matthew Bumpus, who has been at WSU for 17 years, will take over as chair of WSU’s Department of Human Development on Jan. 1.
Researchers at WSU’s Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Wine Science Center are studying how and why the grapevine red blotch virus, which shrinks wine and juice grape harvests, spreads.