Students, employees and visitors no longer have to attest to their current health status as part of an easing of the University’s COVID‑19 protocols.
A valuable auto part was cut from a WSU vehicle that had sat largely idle on the Pullman campus during the pandemic and damage to a nearby truck also has been discovered.
The policy changes, coupled with the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, allow WSU to welcome back all employees safely. The process of returning to physical work locations is expected to begin July 12.
WSU anticipates further guidance from the state departments of Health and Labor and Industries in the near future. Once received, WSU will provide students and employees with updated guidance.
The webinar is Dec. 16 at 1 pm, where anyone interested can learn more about a novel approach to connecting volunteer organizations with local and state emergency response agencies.
Updates on the University’s testing plans for the Spring 2021 semester as well as information on a new grading option were among the topics discussed during the final COVID‑19 town hall of the year.
Fair organizers received more than 60 nominations for presidential awards ahead of this year’s event, which was hosted virtually Oct. 19–23.
Students traveling for Thanksgiving break are urged to get tested in advance and to remain home until the start of spring semester.
The Reimagining Public Safety in Pullman summit is taking place Nov. 9 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Registration can be done online and must be completed by Nov. 2.
This year’s all‑virtual Safety, Health and Security Fair kicks off on Monday and will feature a series of flash talks hosted by Washington State University experts from across the system.