Speaker and author Derek Greenfield will team up with hip hop artist Jamie of James Hope for a special presentation and social focusing on mental health, Thursday, Feb. 21.
The Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach’s Debate Series Spring 2019 continues with “Tapping the tensions between the science and politics of climate change.”
Enjoy a stroll through last year’s highlights as seen through the lenses of the Pullman‑based WSU Photo Services team.
A webinar titled, “What the Bug is That? New Invasive Insects on the Horizon,” will be presented noon–1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25. Anyone is welcome to attend online.
Opportunities for women in the business‑related disciplines of finance, entrepreneurship and management information systems will be the focus of a professional panel discussion.
Recipients of the Richard G. Law Excellence Award for Undergraduate Teaching are described as educators who inspire curiosity into, and understanding of, an area of study.
The students of Washington State College eagerly gathered in Bryan Hall on Feb. 20, 1919, to hear the debut of the “Washington State Fight Song.” A century later, music and lyrics live on virtually unchanged.
Chris Meiers, WSU Tri‑Cities vice chancellor of student affairs, will lead the Northwest region of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators .
WSU Mobile provides fast access to numerous university resources through a single access point. It’s now available through both the Apple App Store and Google Play.
The Office of the Provost has announced names of faculty and staff members to be honored for their achievements at the March 29 Celebration of Excellence Banquet.
This collection is considered one of the finest in the world devoted to the history of veterinary medicine and contains landmark works from the 17th‑19th centuries.
“The orchestra is pleased to share their music in Spokane in a devoted attempt to bring more WSU music outside of Pullman.” — Danh Pham, WSU Symphony Orchestra conductor
Deciding if and when to suspend campus operations involves teams of experts evaluating a range of variables that sometimes can change suddenly.
The American Youth Horse Council Symposium will come to the Palouse, co‑hosted by WSU’s Whitman County Extension.
“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
Faculty from all campuses with innovative ideas to enhance student learning are encouraged to apply for this grant.
McKeirnan has made extraordinary contributions toward improving vaccination rates in communities — an issue very current in Washington state news.