Experts from Washington State University and the University of Washington will partner together for a livestream summit addressing coronavirus misinformation.
Virtual and face-to-face trainings to support faculty in adapting their courses to be delivered from a distance will be held three times daily, beginning Thursday, March 5.
To combat potentially dangerous misinformation, WSU digital literacy expert Mike Caulfield has developed the SIFT method, a simple set of skills that can be used to quickly determine the real news from the fake.
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication will honor Janie McCauley and Mark Wright as the 2020 Hall of Achievement Award recipients at the Murrow Symposium on March 23 at Washington State University’s Pullman campus.
Like much of America, faculty and students at WSU’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication spent the day after the Super Bowl evaluating the TV commercials produced for one of the most coveted broadcasts of the year.
Lillie Xi Max Williams, who graduated last week with a double degree in digital technologies and culture and strategic communication, took first place in the undergraduate category of the Science Coalition’s Fund It Forward Student Video Challenge.
There are generally around 9,000 children in foster care in Washington State at any given time, but there are simply not enough resources to support them, according to the Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families.
Bose, a Regents professor and distinguished professor in power in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was selected in November as one of 29 foreign academics.
Directed by the chair of WSU’s journalism and media production program, a screening of the new film is set for 5:30 p.m. Nov. 7 on the Pullman campus.
Called “Launchpad,” the course’s mission is to provide the foundational tools and training every Murrow College student needs, according to Rick Boyce, course creator and Murrow College graduate.