Virtual town halls taking place throughout the month of August will allow members of the WSU community to ask questions and engage with university leaders ahead of the fall semester.
For Master Gardeners Lindy Sheehan and Michelle Murphy at WSU Yakima County Extension, therapeutic gardening is part of a life-long passion for horticulture.
Arliegh Cayanan, a fourth-year College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences student, will serve as the next student regent on the WSU Board of Regents.
An expert in comparative criminal justice and criminological theory, Melanie-Angela Neuilly began a three‑year term as chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology on Aug. 1.
Arvin Sahaym is being recognized for his many research and teaching contributions in the fields of strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation management.
In addition to resources like academic and career advising as well as remote tutoring, WSU is launching a new hotline for academic questions as part of the move to distance learning for the fall semester.
A WSU professor argues in a new book that now is the time to focus on better serving children and teens on the autism spectrum who become entwined in the juvenile justice system.
A gift from the Paul Lauzier Foundation is delivering much‑needed space and equipment for hands‑on student learning at the center.
As the School of Hospitality Business Management’s assistant director, Dipra Jha will be the main point of contact when students, parents, and industry leaders visit the Pullman campus.
National and state agricultural regulators report that residents throughout the U.S. have received unsolicited packages of seeds, the majority of which appear to come from China.