WSU News


WSU Soccer Summer Camps

The Washington State University Soccer team is happy to announce its summer camp dates.  After making a fourth consecutive NCAA postseason appearance, the Cougars are eager to show you how to be the next soccer star.

The Cougar Day Camp will be June 15-19, 2015, and has two options to choose from.  The half-day camp (ages 5-7) will run from 9 a.m.-noon, and the full-day camp (ages 8-14) will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m.Continue reading


Department of Chemistry Seminar – Today!

The Department of Chemistry invites you to its departmental seminar today, Monday, April 27, at 4:10 p.m. in Fulmer Hall, room 438.

Dr. Jiantao Guo from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will present, Reprogramming Codon Language for Biological Investigations and Applications.Continue reading


CRB Seminar Wednesday

Sponsored by the Center for Reproductive Biology, Washington State University and the University of Idaho

Dr. Amander Clark,  University of California-Los Angeles

“Epigenetic reprogramming in the mammalian germline”

Biotechnology Life Sciences 402
Wednesday, April 29,  at  4:10 p.m.Continue reading


Last Chance! Advertise with Washington State Magazine!

The last day to reserve advertising space in the Fall 2015 edition of the all-new redesigned Washington State Magazine is this week Thursday, April 30!

This is a great way to reach 160,000 of WSU’s most dedicated and involved alumni, faculty, and friends. The award-winning magazine contains WSU news and articles of interest about Washington State.Continue reading


Lavender Graduation 2015

Friday, May 8, at 7 p.m., at the Brelsford Visitors’ Center, GIESORC will host Lavender Graduation.

If you are graduating and wish to attend the dinner and celebration, please contact Jeremiah Sataraka at to confirm your participation.

If you would like to attend the evening’s celebration to share in community, please RSVP with Jeremiah no later than April 29 as we must finalize our catering order.

We hope to see you there! See flyer here for more information


Cougar Kids Camp

Sign your children up for University Recreation’s weekly Cougar Kids Camp today!  The Cougar Kids Campers will join University Recreation for an action packed summer. Beginning June 15, each week has a different super hero theme running through the end of July. Children ages 5 to 12 are welcome to join in on the fun. Prices are currently discounted for early registration. There is also a pick two special—sign up for two weeks of camp and receive a discount. Camps run morning, afternoon or all day, with varying prices.Continue reading


Retirement celebration for Sabreen Yamini Dodson

Sabreen Yamini Dodson is retiring!  The Department of Physics and Astronomy is bidding her a fond farewell after 29 years of services to Washington State University. A reception will be held on Friday, May 1, from 3-4 p.m. at the CUE Atrium (Smith Center for Undergraduate Education).  Please join us as we celebrate her retirement!


School of Economic Sciences Seminar

Please join us today Friday, April 24, in BLS 402 at 3:30 p.m. for a seminar by Dr. Hendrik Wolff, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Washington. Dr. Hendrik’s main research is in environmental economics, working at the intersection of transportation, air pollution, energy and health.


Human Resource Services Newsletter – HR Source

Human Resource Services (HRS) is pleased to announce the publication of HR Source, an online newsletter that will be published electronically each month. HR Source will include information on upcoming training and events, benefit updates and other HR information that will be useful for all employees.

The newsletter will be published through WSU Announcements the fourth Friday of each month and will be available on the HRS website at:



Van Pool Opening

The Asotin County Public Transportation Benefit Area (PTBA) Van Pool from Clarkston to the WSU Pullman campus has an opening for 1 rider.   Riders meet at the PTBA parking lot on 15th Street in Clarkston and depart at 6:10 a.m. with the van leaving campus at 4 p.m. This works well for someone working 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Cost is approximately $95 per month.

Contact Rodger Small at if you’re interested.