WSU President Kirk Schulz and other university leaders are working to develop strategies to retain international students, ensuring opportunities for them to pursue higher education.
“We want to assure all members of our international community that the entire WSU family is here to help in whatever ways we can.”
The number of WSU faculty‑led study abroad programs is also on the rise, drawing nearly 300 students each semester.
The latest awardees bring to 82 the number of WSU students receiving Gilman awards since 2006.
WSU is hosting a delegation of student journalists from the Balkan Peninsula as part of a U.S. Department of State program designed to help foster greater international understanding of the importance of free speech and a free press.
The continuing growth is considered key to WSU’s commitment to preparing all students for success in the global marketplace.
Carson College faculty members are hopeful this trip will be the beginning of a long‑lasting relationship between WSU and Kazakhstani universities.
“This is a poverty alleviation effort, where we can empower families to increase their economic resiliency.” — Anthony Gromko, WSU Extension
The Global Alliance Vaccine Initiative is expanding access to human rabies vaccines for post‑exposure prophylaxis to provide equitable access to human rabies prevention following a suspected dog bite.
Marina Tolmacheva, WSU professor emerita of history and an expert in Islamic and world history, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to teach in Kazakhstan.