Family Weekend will be mostly virtual April 9–11, offering many interesting and fun ways for students and their families to engage with the University.
Sherry Gordon, former senior counsel for the attorney general’s WSU office, was recently brought on to serve as the University's ethics compliance advisor.
WSU first‑year students and seniors will receive an email today from President Kirk Schulz to ask them to take the National Survey for Student Engagement to help shape future programming at the University.
Milica Radanovic, a biology PhD student, is among 23 graduate students selected nationwide by the Ecological Society of America to speak with Congress about the importance of funding scientific research.
The month‑long NSSE campaign gives students the opportunity to report on how well WSU is engaging undergraduates in their academic community.
University leaders will discuss WSU’s most significant contributions to the public as well as the path forward under the OneWSU concept.
A new statewide remote worker certification program launched by WSU Extension is helping rural Washington residents seize opportunities in an increasingly digital workplace.
WSU first‑year students and seniors will receive an email today from President Kirk Schulz asking them to take the National Survey for Student Engagement to help shape future programming at the University.
The naming of the football field inside Martin Stadium and halting the use of SAT and ACT test scores in the admissions process were among the actions taken by the WSU Board of Regents during its meeting on Friday, March 12.
WSU’s current Blackboard access will expire Aug. 21. Users who want to export Blackboard course data should contact email@example.com now to begin the migration to Canvas.