Relationships come to life by revitalizing rather than preserving Native American languages. That’s what Digital Technology and Culture Professor Kim Christen strives for.
WSU will celebrate the public launch of the Center for Arts and Humanities with two workshops and a reception on Oct. 24.
As part of WSU’s Visiting Writers Series, award-winning author Terese Marie Mailhot will be visiting WSU Pullman Oct. 4 and 5 to present her work and lead an intensive one‑day workshop on memoir writing.
More than 50 WSU and UI faculty and administrators are expected to attend the event this Thursday and Friday where they will work together to imagine new pathways for interdisciplinary research and teaching.
Produced by two WSU Vancouver faculty members, the documentary screenings are set for Sept. 10 in Vancouver and Sept. 11 in Pullman. Q&A sessions will follow both screenings.
WSU Tri-Cities’ Hanford History Project will host and partner to host a variety of activities throughout September in celebration of the Hanford Site 75th anniversary.
The award recognizes outstanding writers, honoring work deemed to exhibit the highest artistic merit during peer review.
Sutton hopes to lead the history faculty in finding new and innovative ways to help all students think about the past and how it informs the present, and how they can use it to shape a better future.
Madison Genger had job opportunities waiting for her in Germany but she also wanted to be a Coug. Instead of choosing one or the other she’s doing both.
Robert Bauman explores organized religion’s role in the struggle against poverty and its impact on social movements.