A passion for equity in patient care is motivating Kelsey Pascoe, assistant professor of nursing, to dive into research and invest in the university’s land grant mission.
Music has been a creative outlet and a respite from the stresses of life for Assistant Professor of Music Jacqueline Wilson since her days as a self‑described “band kid” growing in Kennewick.
The pair of scholars will livestream performances of born-digital narratives originally produced on floppy disks and CD‑ROMs and develop an open-source multimedia book on early works of computer-based literature.
How have you been spending your time during the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” time of isolation? We’re curious what scientists who don’t have regular access to their labs have been doing. Send your stories to Washington State Magazine.
The WSU Insider push email will now be distributed daily, Monday–Friday. The email, typically sent each weekday, was put on a reduced schedule following WSU’s aggressive response to the COVID‑19 public health emergency.
This coordinated response will focus on matching the university’s expertise with society’s needs, recruiting teams of faculty, staff and students to assist in this effort.
Although academic operations currently are continuing uninterrupted, the Provost’s Office is urging faculty and instructors to begin reviewing options in the event of future disruptions related to the spread of COVID-19.
Hussein M. Zbib, a professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering since 1988, passed away Feb. 10 at his home in Pullman. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 6 at WSU Pullman.
Students would first learn about keeping people healthy before moving on to treating illness under the proposed change, which has been approved by the faculty governance organization and now must be considered by the Faculty Senate.
The new members come from WSU campuses across the state and represent a range of scientific specialties.