Regents met for a series of hybrid in-person and virtual meetings May 6-7 on the campus of WSU Health Sciences Spokane.
Not a single case of documented spread has been reported at the WSU facility, even though staff never stopped providing care to patients.
WSU’s Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff, and graduate students at its annual awards event on May 5.
Incoming first-year students looking to get a jump start on their college experience can register now for Summer Advantage, a program designed to give them a taste of university life before fall semester starts.
Seniors in landscape architecture and interior design researched tiny homes communities and drafted a model ordinance that would allow and regulate them in Lewiston.
The Washington State University Emeritus Society of retired faculty members has selected seven students to receive awards and grants to support their undergraduate research efforts.
Viewers will be able to praise graduating students via written comments as well as hear from graduates directly through submitted video clips.
The intent of the Whistleblower Act enacted by the Washington State Legislature is to provide an avenue for state employees to report improper governmental actions.
Human Resource Services will present planning considerations for departments as WSU begins to transition back to on-site work locations after working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most people picked up language naturally as children, learning vocabulary, framing sentences, and expressing thoughts or needs.
This course is the required training for participants in the WSU Purchasing Card Program.
The Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement celebrated faculty, staff, and students whose contributions during the academic year promoted student, teaching, and learning success and excellence.
Washington State University’s College of Education recognized outstanding faculty and staff at its semi‑annual all‑college meeting on May 4, held virtually.
President Kirk Schulz announced he has extended the contract of Athletic Director Pat Chun through 2026. Chun was hired as the university's 14th athletic director in February 2018.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU is collaborating with Pullman Regional Hospital to engage the Pullman community in a conversation about art, health, and healing.
This year’s presenter will be Tenko Raykov, a professor of quantitative methods in the graduate program in measurement and quantitative methods at Michigan State University.
The intention behind the new website is to unite WSU’s web assets relating to veteran and military-affiliated students, leading users to system and campus-specific information from a central location.