With all adults now eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine, Cougar Health Services is aiming to vaccinate at least 2,000 WSU Pullman students by the end of the spring semester.
WSU Extension educators will help residents of southwestern Washington learn if they have prediabetes, enabling them to protect their health, through virtual consultations April 12 and 15.
Board-certified pathologist Guy Palmer tackles a variety of COVID‑19 related topics in a question-and-answer format designed to help WSU viewers better understand the science for battling the global pandemic.
WSU encourages everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they’re eligible and to remain vigilant in combating the spread of infections.
For many WSU Pullman community members, working out at a campus recreation center is an essential part of daily life.
Cougar Health Services at WSU has been awarded a $500,000 grant to help colleges and universities across the state bolster support for students in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
Washington State University is encouraging all members of the Cougar community to get vaccinated for COVID-19 as soon as they are eligible.
The targeted screenings are designed to quickly identify and contain potential infections by requiring COVID‑19 testing among those who live in, or visit, a specific campus facility.
Washington State University is encouraging all community members to see whether they are currently eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine using the State of Washington’s new Phase Finder tool.
Funded with a $2.3 million federal grant, the iREACH project is working within Marshallese communities across the U.S. to engage community members and identify local practices that may increase disease risk.