From expanding research capabilities in Pullman to adding new classrooms in the Tri‑Cities, WSU is undertaking major construction projects across the system.
No one knows yet what this winter will bring but more than two dozen full-time and seasonal employees are ready to do their best to keep the Pullman campus as accessible as possible in the face of severe weather.
WSU is making single-user, gender-inclusive restrooms more accessible and easier to locate for anyone who finds traditional multi-stalled single-gender restrooms inconvenient.
Stephen Gavazzi, coauthor of “Land‑Grant Universities for the Future,” will deliver the keynote address and lead a series of dialogues focused on the need for land‑grants to evolve to maintain their relevancy and value to the public.
The air quality got significantly worse over the weekend on the Pullman and Spokane campuses. To help, some HVAC systems have been switched to recirculate.
Numerous technology and facility upgrades were made on the Pullman campus this summer, particularly in Todd Hall.
The WSU Everett building has been granted LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council for its construction and operation sustainability.
Drivers on the WSU Pullman campus will need to get creative with their driving routes during the month of July.
The four-story, 95,000-square-foot building will provide a modern research venue for faculty and students in plant biochemistry, plant pathology, horticulture, and crop and soil sciences.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to the groundbreaking celebration for the fourth building in the V. Lane Rawlins Research and Education Complex on June 27.