The Cougar Accessible Transportation Service runs 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays in Pullman. Although students receive first‑priority, faculty and staff can get rides when space is available.
After two decades in the U.S. Army, the Palouse native now is working closely with student veterans as WSU’s coordinator for the Office of Veterans Affairs.
Kim Layne, 25, plans to use the platform to inform the public on the stigmas and attitudes associated with neurological conditions – something she’s experienced personally since she was diagnosed with narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder causing daytime drowsiness.
Family forest and farm owners in southeastern Washington can learn how to steward and pass their lands to the next generation, at the “Ties to the Land” workshop, Tuesday, Nov. 12 in Asotin, Wash.
The book, “Betweener Autoethnographies (Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice),” recently won the 2019 Ethnography Division Best Book Award from the National Communication Association.
WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Sandra Haynes is one of many females serving in leadership roles throughout the WSU system who were first-gen students.
WSU and Biopharmaceutical Research Company scientists will examine cannabis under a federally-compliant research partnership.
Events honoring the sacrifices of U.S. service members are taking place across the WSU system in advance of Veterans Day.
Faculty, staff and students throughout the WSU system are invited to participate in a series of events this week in celebration of National First-Generation Day on Nov. 8.
A trio of Cougars will compete against teams from other Power Five conference schools in the multi-player video game Rocket League.
New network security measures coming in December will change how employees and students access WSU business applications.
President Kirk Schulz invites the WSU community to reflect and celebrate on the profound ways indigenous people have influenced America’s development and enriched our culture.
President Kirk Schulz and First Lady Noel Schulz welcome the WSU community to visit their home for some holiday cheer.
Halloween spirit includes WSU with amazing Coug‑o‑lanterns.
A 15‑member search committee that includes faculty, staff, and student representation from throughout the WSU system has been selected to lead the search for the university’s next provost.
WSU Extension Associate Professor Brian Brandt helped create the Pierce Outdoor LIFE program to increase the chances of life success for kids who face serious disadvantages growing up.
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