Relive the vision and teamwork that transformed a primitive Priest Lake resort into an unconventional academic retreat following World War II in this 2016 article from Washington State Magazine.
Mementos of trips taken are the subjects of a WSU Libraries exhibit, “After Hours 6: Travel, Transport and Allied Trades.” The annual summer exhibit looks at the creative lives and interests of library employees after the workday is done.
WSU Information Technology Services releases Zoom videoconferencing licenses to all current WSU students, faculty, and staff, Tuesday, July 9.
Academic Outreach and Innovation is back again with additional updates to keep the cougar community informed on some of the impactful work the AOI team has been doing to enhance WSU’s ability to complete its core missions.
Success means that WSU scholarship and research translates into public policy, amplifying the university’s impact, helping WSU fulfill its land‑grant mission and meeting the goals of the Drive to 25.
The contact information is specific to each WSU campus and includes several emergency and crisis service agencies.
The 2019–20 tuition increase is the first in seven years for graduate and non‑resident students.
Outcomes of 2019 legislative session and its investments in WSU will be discussed.
Proposed wage increases for faculty, staff and graduate students are still being evaluated.
End user training will take place on June 25 at campus locations across the state.