Among the Office of Internal Audit’s goals is bringing awareness to the state ethics laws in order to help avoid situations where it might appear that an employee is speaking on behalf of the university.
The first lecture will be given by Lilliana Mason, an associate professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park, on political polarization. It will take place at noon on Thursday, Aug. 27.
The political advertising expert will begin a four‑year term as director of the school on July 15. He replaces Professor Steven Stehr, who served nearly four years as interim director and then director of the school.
Political Science Professor Thomas Preston decided to stay in Romania after his Fulbright-sponsored teaching stint was suspended.
In his 30‑minute BBC radio documentary, “The Digital Election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy,” Travis Ridout shares highlights and insights of his interviews with a variety of sources, including British voters and online advertising professionals.
As a private citizen, employees are free to lobby or support candidates, issues and campaigns. But you must do so on your own time, with your own resources, and while making it clear that you are not speaking on behalf of Washington State University.
The event will feature Robert Siegel, former host of NPR’s All Things Considered, and will honor Ruckelshaus Center’s Founder and Chairman Bill Ruckelshaus on Sept. 13 at the Washington State Convention Center.
The College of Arts and Sciences named its 2019 Outstanding Seniors, based on their remarkable academic performance and service to their respective departments or school and the WSU community.
Immigrating to the U.S. at a young age with his mother and brother, Endalkachew Abebaw considered a college degree out of reach until he found his way to WSU.
A gift from Judge John Rossmeissl made it possible for WSU political science students to present a mock trial in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Washington’s Eastern District.