The first online event takes place Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. via Zoom with a reading and talk by Ryka Aoki, an L.A.-based poet, composer, teacher, and author.
People dreaming of travel post-COVID-19 now have some scientific data to support their wanderlust.
“A Radio Christmas Carol,” a community holiday tradition based on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” presented by Re‑Imagined Radio, will return this Christmas Eve via radio rather than as a public performance.
A study of pond sites in the Cascades found greater amphibian diversity in sites with beaver dams. Red-legged frogs and northwestern salamanders were detected almost exclusively in dammed sites.
Workers experiencing job and financial insecurity are less likely to follow the CDC’s guidelines for COVID‑19, such as physical distancing and washing hands, according to a WSU study.
Reports of racial discrimination against Asians and Asian Americans have increased since the COVID‑19 pandemic hit the United States, coinciding with an increase in reported negative health symptoms.
Love is not the main reason we sing and create symphonies. A new evolutionary theory argues music arose out of the need for groups to impress allies and foes, and for parents to signal their attention to infants.
The pair of scholars will livestream performances of born-digital narratives originally produced on floppy disks and CD‑ROMs and develop an open-source multimedia book on early works of computer-based literature.
Xinghui Zhao is an associate professor of computer science and has been on faculty since 2012. Zhao succeeds Hakan Gurocak as director.
Despite common perceptions that big cities have more violence, women living in small towns are most at risk of violence from current or former spouses and partners, according to new WSU research.