Viebrock has worked hard to assist women growers with the unique challenges they face. Her flagship educational program for women in agriculture, Women, Farms & Food, now spans six states.
The event will be streamed on Sept. 11 via the Ruckelshaus Center’s YouTube channel. It will feature two former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrators, Lisa P. Jackson and William K. Reilly.
Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson will be joined by WSU President Kirk Schulz and other local officials to discuss the community's ongoing response to COVID‑19 at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
The university has established an “academic hotline” for WSU Pullman students, faculty and staff. The hotline is available to provide information, resources and referrals to those with academic-related questions and issues.
The Washington State University Breadlab will deliver the 6000th loaf of bread to a nearby food pantry this week since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mobile WiFi hotspots and Chromebook laptops will be available this fall for Washington State University students who do not have adequate equipment to participate in online instruction.
WSU Extension is leading a collaborative effort to reveal gaps in broadband availability in underserved areas in hopes of providing more access, affordability and use.
Washington State University has launched CougsWork, a series of free webinars designed to help members of Washington’s workforce accelerate their careers and achieve professional success.
WSU Stevens County Extension is working with the Spokane Tribe Telecom Exchange (STTX) to run a crowdsourcing project to determine who has residential internet service in Stevens County and the Spokane Tribe Reservation.
To meet the needs of their student populations, pre-packaged boxes of food are being assembled on several campuses for pickup, while others are taking steps to ensure shopping can occur with minimal in-person contact.