Two advisors with the Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) have been awarded a NASBITE International Program of Excellence Award for their work expanding international trade opportunities in Eastern Washington.
The new equipment also allows students to practice traditional methods of coffee production.
Carson College faculty members are hopeful this trip will be the beginning of a long‑lasting relationship between WSU and Kazakhstani universities.
“My plan was to go for five years and get two degrees — one in accounting and the other in business administration. But plans change.” — Vanessa Moore
The School of Hospitality Business Management will host its annual Bellhop — a celebration of the hospitality program that began in the 1940s and features a dinner and dancing — March 1, on the WSU Pullman campus.
Engineering, communication and business students are working together as part of an effort to explore greater opportunities for interdisciplinary studies.
Study to focus on whether education at two‑year institutions helps lead to better outcomes later in life.
The award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of information systems through research, teaching and service.
The award recognizes Gursoy’s research and significant contributions to the body of knowledge in the hospitality and tourism industries.
WSU’s online MBA programs have “exponentially increased our reach and the time in which students can earn their degree.” — Cheryl Oliver, associate dean.
Pizza and patriotism were the focus of a lunch prepared for veterans by students in the WSU Carson College of Business.
Gen Z provides a ray of hope for Black Friday sales — 81 percent like to shop in‑store so they can try items on.
Casavant honored for five decades of work addressing regional, national and international transportation challenges.
The internet is altering the gambling landscape. Traditional forms including lotto tickets — are being phased out by online games.
Revealing the country and region of origin of wines from Iowa and Wisconsin had a negative effect on the price test participants were willing to pay.
Washington State University Carson College of Business accounting student Andrew Hecker received a $10,000 merit scholarship that changed his academic and professional future.
Endowment honors Vancouver professor for his contributions to higher education, WSU and the Carson College of Business.