Tom and Linda Nihoul, healthcare advocates and wealth management professionals, are making the donation to support access to rural healthcare.
President and First Lady Schulz along with Chancellor Haynes hope their investments will inspire others to support new building projects on the WSU Tri‑Cities campus.
Formerly under the Office of the Provost, WSU’s unit dedicated to building and maintaining relationships with industry partners will be headed by Alex Pietsch in his role as executive director of corporate engagement.
A few days before dying, a retired engineer whose ideas were ahead of his time handed over several projects and patents to WSU, where students have picked up where he left off.
The WSU community stepped up in a big way on April 14, the University’s annual day of giving, contributing $704,962 in a single day to support students, faculty, research and service initiatives across the WSU system.
Realistic 3D printed heart components and a tool that can rapidly grow cancer-fighting T cells are among the projects being supported by a group of passionate WSU graduates.
More than 100 giving opportunities across WSU’s campuses and colleges will create a festive day of giving, including special gift matches and challenges.
The entire Cougar family is invited to step up and participate in WSU’s annual day of giving—#CougsGive—which will launch April 14.
Engineering and natural resource sciences students, or those leading student organizations, can apply for a new scholarship established in memory of Susan L. Butts, a dedicated employee in the Office of Student Involvement.
The support from Bob Ferguson, a physicist and former deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy, is an initial step in the launch of a future energy institute led by WSU Tri‑Cities.