Data analysis from a WSU Tri‑Cities psychology statistics course will be used to help improve recruitment strategies and refine programming for a camp for children with serious medical conditions.
Four of the nation’s leading experts on constitutional democracy will discuss current crises in the U.S. and abroad in a series of free, online events beginning Wednesday, Feb. 16.
The researchers detected Mexican marigold (Tagetes lucida) in residues taken from 14 miniature Maya ceramic vessels, originally buried more than 1,000 years ago on Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula.
The Social and Economic Sciences Research Center has surveyed more than a million people with mail, telephone, internet, or mixed-mode data collection.
New WSU research sheds light on the production of an 800-year-old turkey feather blanket and explores the economic and cultural aspects of raising turkeys to supply feathers in the ancient Southwest.
Join some of America’s top political scientists and scholars as they analyze the results of the 2020 presidential election at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
WSU researchers working to enable digital repatriation of Native American cultural heritage materials received a $700,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Among the Office of Internal Audit’s goals is bringing awareness to state ethics laws in order to help avoid situations where it might appear that an employee is speaking on behalf of the university.
Prospective patients must be located in the state of Washington. Services are not limited to WSU‑affiliated students, faculty and staff.
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.