The focus on greater student engagement and improving WSU’s systemwide culture moves forward with the filling of key positions and continuing efforts by dedicated students, faculty and staff.
Kamie Ethridge, veteran coach and player in many post season and championship playoffs, to lead Cougars women’s basketball.
From health to environment, support from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories helps WSU students envision a brighter future for people and the planet.
WSU engineering students will help Northeast Brazil to measure something its people can’t see but need to protect.
Dr. Bonnie de Vries will share her vision for the future of university health services in a presentation on April 9 from 4-5 p.m. in the Washington building, G41.
The candidates will meet with faculty, staff, students and administrators during April.
Earlier this month, the Washington State University Board of Regents accepted the University’s financial report for the 2017 fiscal year.
The new program is aimed at providing educational opportunities and a college experience to young adults from around the country with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
WSU President Kirk Schulz praised the progress being made throughout the University system to transform education and improve lives during his second State of the University address.
Vice President of Finance and Administration Stacy Pearson will oversee facilities management and operations of the WSU Seattle office beginning April 1.
Course scheduling is changing in fall 2018 in response to student and faculty requests. The schedule was designed with student success in mind, while allowing faculty more flexibility to balance teaching, research and service.
Spring has arrived at last. And while we still have traces of snow across the Palouse, signs of spring are popping up daily—here and at all of our campuses.
Geographic literacy in elementary schools sparked by PuzzleMap, a program developed by WSU Tri-Cities professor and her father.
Outlets ran the gamut of the nation’s most popular media, including CNN, The Washington Post and National Public Radio, as well as specialty science publications like Science and all the region’s major news vehicles.
“Few Americans speak a foreign language, and the outcome is that few Americans understand the world outside their immediate circle.”
Leading an advocacy group that represents 2,026 WSU employees is not how Brigitta Jozefowski imagined her job.
Nominations are currently being taken for the 2018 WSU Administrative Professional Contribution Awards.