Content about Washington features photographs and narrative from an interdisciplinary group of 25 historians, architects, librarians, historic preservation professionals and cultural resource management specialists.
In a scientific first, WSU researchers delivered a one-two punch to knock out viruses that affect many food, feed, and fiber crops, using precise, targeted editing of viral genes.
Award-winning novelist and poet Patrick Coleman will visit Pullman from Feb. 4–6 as a guest of the WSU Visiting Writer series. Coleman also is an artist and curator who serves as assistant director of the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego.
The NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC weekday anchor will give the keynote speech at the 45th Murrow Symposium at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, in Pullman.
The Voiland College Engineering Shops are able to provide students, faculty, and staff the ability to make their ideas into a reality.
An international leader in industrial crystal development, the Regents Professor and Eminent Faculty member died unexpectedly Jan. 2 while skiing in Utah. A memorial is set for Jan. 17 on the Pullman campus.
Ola Kehinde, an educational psychology student, was chosen by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), to attend its Data Training Workshop in Arlington, Virginia on Feb. 6-8.
“Ambiente432” consists of 12 motion-responsive resonator horns suspended from the ceiling and organized in strategic configurations. It was created specifically for WSU by the ground-breaking composer and sculptor Trimpin.
For her accomplishments as an undergraduate, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) honored Hilary Zuniga as its gonfalon bearer in the winter 2019 commencement ceremony at WSU Pullman.
Bullying, and at times even physical abuse, were not uncommon during Bella Butcher’s high school tenure – the realities of growing up gay in rural Oklahoma. Now, in her freshman year at WSU, Butcher is looking to help others navigating a similar path.