Matveev, a professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
The National Science Foundation awarded a career grant to Assistant Professor Idil Akin for research into predicting which soils and mountainsides are susceptible to landslides after wildfires.
The academy has named WSU faculty for its incoming board president and three new board members. Seven faculty will also become members of the WSAS 2021 class.
The Association of Public and Land‑Grant Universities selected Washington State University as one of six finalists for its ninth annual Innovation & Economic Prosperity University Awards.
A project led by School of Design + Construction professor Mona Ghandi has received the popular choice award in the Architizer A+Awards for the Architecture + New Technology category.
Their roles in the American College Health Association are varied, but each offers opportunities to lead, learn, and get to know health professionals at other universities.
More than 25 large-enrollment courses at WSU are getting makeovers this summer thanks to redesign grants distributed through the provost’s office.
The WSU President’s Teaching Academy has named five faculty members from five colleges as inaugural recipients of two prestigious awards.
WSU associate professor of history Lawrence B.A. Hatter is among 99 people from across the globe recently elected a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Historical Society.
Eleven members of the WSU rowing team have been named 2021 National Scholar Student-Athletes by the College Rowing Coaches Association.
Spring, a recent graduate of the WSU School of Hospitality Business Management, had 15 minutes to convince the judges why her hotel deal was the top choice for the grand prize.
The WSU software engineering seniors comprised one of five teams selected as finalists in the competition held by the International Conference on Software Engineering, a top research conference in the field.
Two kinesiology students, Hailey Bruce and Abigail Smith, were named the Bruya‑Wood Conference grand prize winners with their presentation on “The Effects of Physical Exercise on Cognition for Stroke and TBI patients.”
Yuliya Ardasheva received one of two national Mid‑Career Awards from the American Educational Research Association’s Second Language Research Special Interest Group.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $1.3 million Maximizing Access to Research Careers grant to WSU to fund underrepresented student researchers pursuing a biomedical program.
Eleven WSU faculty members are at work on plans for the coming year: assigning and evaluating their students’ writing assignments in new ways.
Among those honored for 2021 are Regents scholars, National Merit scholars, transfer students and Honors College graduates. Each is poised for success in careers, or in graduate or professional schools.