In a letter Wednesday to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz provided a roadmap for Fall 2020, outlining how the university plans to adjust operations for the safety of its students, faculty and staff.
Eleven of WSU’s most innovative scholars and artists have been selected for faculty fellowships and mini‑grants from the Center for Arts and Humanities, and the Office of Research.
The political advertising expert will begin a four‑year term as director of the school on July 15. He replaces Professor Steven Stehr, who served nearly four years as interim director and then director of the school.
A summer social media campaign called #FrontlineCougs is recognizing members of the WSU community who are stepping up to serve in essential roles during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
John Schoettler, who graduated from WSU in 1980, was appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to the university’s governing board for a term that begins July 1.
Andrew Given is the first nursing student to be awarded the graduate fellowship for his research investigating a “patient-centered” approach to addiction treatment.
Undergrad resident tuition to increase 2.5% and President Kirk Schulz, who has taken self-imposed salary and other compensation cutbacks, received a five-year contract extension from Board of Regents.
WSU Transportation Services will offer annual parking permit renewals for current annual permit holders for 2020-21, beginning at 10 a.m. July 9, through 5 p.m. July 26.
International student Oluwanifemi “Nife” Shola‑Dare is one of 20 students from across the country to receive the Key into Public Service Scholar award.
The MESI Certificate is a new paradigm in undergraduate education that focuses on the whole student and prepares graduates not only for the next phase in their careers but for life.
Students can now earn a bachelor’s degree in viticulture and enology (V&E) from Washington State University.
The university is requiring people to wear face masks while on its campuses in keeping with the state’s face-covering mandate to slow the spread of COVID‑19.
WSU will open fall semester with a mix of in‑person and online instruction, then transition to an entirely distance learning approach for the final few weeks of the semester following Thanksgiving break.
Beginning Monday, June 29, employees will be required to attest they are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms prior to returning to a WSU work location.
While such a cancellation is unprecedented, it’s an essential step to safeguard the health of graduates as well as their families and friends.
Nicholas Dolce takes over as senior director of development for the College of Agricultural Human, and Natural Resource Sciences starting July 1.
The academy’s mission is to provide students and faculty ways to participate in cultural exchange and encourage them to apply for Fulbright awards.