The highest honor the U.S. Congress can bestow on a civilian will be presented today at the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
The university’s Global Campus ranked 23rd nationally for all undergraduate online degree programs; WSU’s online MBA program through the Carson College of Business ranked 18th; and the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture’s online graduate engineering program ranked 21st.
The appointment further cements ongoing collaborative research and will facilitate student and faculty exchanges along with development of new research initiatives.
For Justus Rogers, correct answers during a football game often rely on split-second interpretations of other players’ actions. In accounting classes, Rogers is looking for similar “keys” that will help him unlock the meaning behind numbers.
The WSU Cougars will play the Air Force Academy in the Cheez‑It Bowl, Friday, Dec. 27 at 7:15 p.m. in Phoenix, Arizona.
Chemical engineering senior Kristian Gubsch is headed in the fall to the University of Sheffield as WSU’s first recipient of a Marshall Scholarship.
In her role as WSU’s faculty athletics representative, Swanger serves as an envoy between the president’s office and athletics officials, ensuring compliance, and academic integrity while promoting the well-being of student-athletes.
Savanna Navarro Kresse, vice president for the Associated Students of WSU Tri‑Cities and a senior history major, earned an “Honor Role” award through the ALL IN Challenge Awards program, where she was invited to be honored in Washington, D.C.
The Cougar players went all-in on the effort, raising $700 themselves by donating an autographed jersey for the live auction and even contributing their own money to the cause. Cougar Head Coach Chris Soriano’s family matched their donations.
The awards, part of this year’s Research Week celebrations, are given for outstanding achievements, contributions, and service in research development and research administration.