The Passport Program recently received a $10,000 mini-grant to enhance relationships within the community and surrounding areas to better serve disadvantaged students.
Whether it’s popsicle sticks, play-dough, or recyclables, you can donate simple materials to help kids on the Palouse learn science.
On Thursday, faculty, staff, and post-doctoral and graduate students from nearly all academic departments and campuses present their work at the same time under one roof.
The Spokane County Extension Plant Clinic has about 160 active volunteers and 22 diagnostic specialists currently. The program is open March 1–Oct. 31.
WSU Extension’s upcoming Coached Planning Short Course will teach forest owners develop effective management plans for their forests, beginning Feb. 20.
Amber Adams Progar, a WSU dairy management specialist, will join experts at the 15th annual Agriculture Safety Day, Tuesday, Feb. 5, in Kennewick.
The tool was created based on community partner experiences and food pantry feedback.
Five WSU faculty will be speaking around the state about their research in a new partnership of the Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy and Public Service and Humanities Washington.
Last year in Washington, the program directly reached more than a thousand adults and 2,000 children, and more than 4,400 family members indirectly.
The institute will focus on innovative “care and cures” for brain diseases, including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.