Take a look back at some of the highlights of 2019 around WSU, as seen through the lenses of WSU Photo Services photographers.
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication will honor Janie McCauley and Mark Wright as the 2020 Hall of Achievement Award recipients at the Murrow Symposium on March 23 at Washington State University’s Pullman campus.
There’s only one day left to provide input that will help shape the second draft of the 2020-2025 WSU system strategic plan. Comments may be submitted through an online survey until the end of the day on Feb. 25.
Entries will be accepted through March 29. Visit the library guide website to register and for more information. Participants can register individually or as a group. Entry rules are simple: Submissions must be made from edible materials and somehow relate to a book.
Forty‑seven WSU faculty members were granted tenure this year while dozens more across the system received promotions, according to the Office of the Provost.
Presented annually since 2013, the Law Award recognizes outstanding teaching by faculty on all campuses who teach courses in the University Common Requirements curriculum.
Latinx feminist mental health activist Dior Vargas will bring a message of hope and encouragement to what she calls the ‘invisible’ populations during her first‑ever trip to the Palouse region.
A news report uses Chancellor Dave Cillay’s promotion to illustrate the growing importance universities are putting on online education.
Award-winning poet Jericho Brown will visit Pullman on Feb. 27 as a guest of the WSU Visiting Writer Series. Brown is an associate professor and director of the Creative Writing Program at Emory University in Atlanta.
As a member of the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research’s Advisory Council for Advanced Animal Systems, André‑Denis Wright will help direct the organization’s efforts to to address today’s food and agricultural challenges.
The draft plan, the product of an 18‑month‑long planning process that incorporated input from throughout the WSU system as well as external stakeholders, identifies four major institutional goals for the next five years.
The Washington Department of Enterprise Services’ Risk Management Office in Olympia is requesting that all employees at Washington institutions of higher education, including WSU, complete the online safety survey.
Guest lecturer Rob Ruck will discuss plausible explanations for why Samoans are the most overrepresented group in the NFL and NCAA Division I football at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, on the Pullman campus.
The Gamma Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society at WSU is accepting applications through April 1, 2020 from undergraduates for 2020–21 scholarships that cover full tuition costs plus mandatory fees.
When she is not on the court or in the classroom, Jovana Subasic, a business student and women’s basketball player from Serbia, finds the time to help other international student-athletes make the transition to life in America.
WSU Tri-Cities will celebrate the accomplishments of students who have overcome an assortment of barriers with the support of TRIO Student Support Services as part of National TRIO Day on Feb. 28.
More than 1,540 students from 53 universities and 21 states participated in the recent Associated Schools of Construction competition, the largest construction management competition in the U.S.