WSU’s three original branch campuses now enroll more than 7,000 students. Their mission has expanded to include a wide range of programs to undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
The Board has retained Kevin Reilly, a senior consultant with ABG Consulting, to commence interviews with key university stakeholders as a part of the review process.
Ola Kehinde, an educational psychology student, was chosen by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), to attend its Data Training Workshop in Arlington, Virginia on Feb. 6-8.
A WSU Tri‑Cities program is helping paraeducators, those who provide instructional support in schools, earn education degrees and begin careers as full‑time certified teachers.
Roxanne Moore, a doctoral student in the mathematics and science education program, has been given a one‑year fellowship to work with the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE).
For three years, Sunnyside Elementary School has opened its doors for WSU students to collaborate not only with their students, but also with the parents.
The College of Education’s sport management program is teaming up with WSU Everett to host the Careers in Sport Fair on the Everett campus today from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Michael Cleveland spends his days evaluating addiction and substance abuse prevention and working to understand why people relapse into addiction. But starting Jan. 1, 2020, Cleveland will take on more responsibilities as chair of WSU’s Department of Human Development.
A WSU special education technology professor is working with healthcare providers at the hospital to explore how virtual reality can help benefit patients.
WSU communities will get a close look at the improvements proposed for Executive Policy #15, the university’s policy pertaining to discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.