Students from 16 western states and territories will now be able to enroll in the WSU College of Nursing’s PhD and Master of Nursing programs and pay the in‑state tuition rate, saving thousands of dollars per semester.
The comprehensive testing program for the Pullman and Health Sciences Spokane campuses will include robust testing procedures among other measures to keep communities safe.
New WSU research shows only 3.9% of rural ZIP Codes in the United States have a mental health facility that serves young people, compared with 12.1% of urban and 15% of small-town ZIP codes.
A new study by Washington State University researchers helps build a case for the use of sleep therapeutics following trauma exposure.
One in four adults reported a change in alcohol use almost immediately after stay‑at‑home orders were issued, according to a study of twins led by WSU researchers.
A project, led by Dr. Dedra Buchwald of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, received a $4.4 million NIH grant to help address the COVID‑19 crisis in American Indian and Native Alaskan populations.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will establish occupancy in the Spokane Teaching Health Center in Fall 2020 with an outpatient primary clinic and two patient aligned care teams.
Calls to U.S. poison centers about phenibut, an anti‑anxiety drug sold on the internet, rose dramatically over the past decade, according to new research by nursing Associate Professor and Associate Dean Janessa Graves.
Mark Leid, the new dean at the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has a connection to WSU that stretches back 42 years.
This year, the coats and stethoscopes were mailed to students in preparation for the celebration. The event will be livestreamed on the college’s YouTube channel at 6 p.m.