This year’s all‑virtual Safety, Health and Security Fair kicks off on Monday and will feature a series of flash talks hosted by Washington State University experts from across the system.
Anyone wishing to nominate someone for going above and beyond in ensuring WSU remains a healthy, safe and secure place can do so by filling out an online form.
From carefully planned recreational opportunities to online group sessions, WSU’s campuses are helping students and others manage stress during the pandemic landscape.
Flu Shot Fridays return to WSU Pullman starting Sept. 25. The ongoing event is part of a systemwide effort to get as many Cougs vaccinated this flu season as possible.
The grant will be used to identify interventions to address livestock diseases and develop research training and institutional development in Africa.
Cougar Health Services and National Guard testing sites opened Tuesday in Pullman.
Diagnostic COVID‑19 testing will be available on the Pullman campus Wednesday through Friday as WSU’s efforts to expand capacity continue.
The Division of Student Affairs has teamed up with students to promote behaviors that help keep the Cougar community at‑large healthy.
A coordinated system of mobile services and then a fixed site will begin providing symptomatic, diagnostic testing as part of WSU’s effort to help manage the impacts of the global pandemic.
Public health officials have advised of a substantial increase in COVID‑19 cases among WSU Pullman students, and the University is working closely with community partners to manage the impacts.