The MESI Certificate is a new paradigm in undergraduate education that focuses on the whole student and prepares graduates not only for the next phase in their careers but for life.
Esteban Herevia, an inclusion coordinator for the WSU College of Medicine, uses pride and faith to help communities, families and individuals recognize their power to create a culture of justice and diversity.
President Kirk Schulz and other WSU leaders celebrated the Supreme Court ruling to block plans to dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy as a victory for students at WSU and across the nation.
A staff member in the College of Medicine, McKenzie is a tireless advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and works with future doctors to be gender, trans and diversity inclusive.
WSU Extension is leading a collaborative effort to reveal gaps in broadband availability in underserved areas in hopes of providing more access, affordability and use.
WSU cell biologist Beverley Rabbitts shares insights on life, love, sexuality and reinvention.
WSU leaders will evaluate state guidance, safety criteria and operational plans to ensure full compliance before reopening facilities. The latest updates can be found on the university’s COVID‑19 website.
Washington State University has launched CougsWork, a series of free webinars designed to help members of Washington’s workforce accelerate their careers and achieve professional success.
WSU Stevens County Extension is working with the Spokane Tribe Telecom Exchange (STTX) to run a crowdsourcing project to determine who has residential internet service in Stevens County and the Spokane Tribe Reservation.
An interdisciplinary WSU team has received a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to develop a series of courses for students to dig deeply into Palouse history and culture.