Legume geneticist Clarice Coyne and virologist Anthony Nicola have been elected by their peers as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Fair organizers received more than 60 nominations for presidential awards ahead of this year’s event, which was hosted virtually Oct. 19–23.
The Modernization Initiative has launched a new tool, the Workday Support Desk, to provide resources and help answer questions about the software.
Students enrolled in the program have the ability to customize their curriculum to suit their interests and career goals.
Washington State University’s food pantry staff helped distribute 50 turkey meal kits to students staying in Pullman for Thanksgiving break.
Professors Dan “Annie” Du, Kris Kowdley, and Yuehe Lin were named to the annual list that recognizes researchers who have demonstrated significant influence in their fields.
The $300,000 contract will fund efforts to help students, who receive special education services from schools, transition to both the workforce and adult life in general.
Students traveling for Thanksgiving break are urged to get tested in advance and to remain home until the start of spring semester.
Lisa Guerrero, a professor of comparative ethnic studies, will provide leadership to academic affairs in implementing WSU’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
The technology company PTC is contributing more than $1 million worth of its FlexPLM software suite to the WSU Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles.
The National Guard’s mobile site has moved throughout Pullman since debuting in early September, helping WSU with the unprecedented challenges of the ongoing pandemic.
Beginning Dec. 16, faculty and staff will use Workday to manage tasks previously performed using paper forms and in systems such as myWSU.
WSU urges students, faculty and staff to closely follow the state’s latest directives for protecting public health during the holiday season.
The weather’s turning cold and who doesn’t want to curl up with a good read? You can start with the Winter 2020 issue of Washington State Magazine, available now.
Following recommendations from student groups, the regents approved a reduction of the Services and Activities Fee for WSU Pullman and WSU Tri‑Cities students during their meeting Friday.
Backed by a more‑than‑$3 million fund, the new chair will work with Washington’s potato industry to manage soil health and protect the vital ecosystem that allows farmers to grow healthy, high quality potatoes.
Participants in the Motivating Innovation and Research Achievement program will receive $12,000 for tuition for four academic years plus $4,000 for summer research with a faculty member.