The two‑year program that helps students with intellectual or developmental disabilities have a fully integrated, on‑campus experience received the award from the U.S. Department of Education.
The $7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture will expand the farmer suicide prevention work done by WSU Extension to 13 western states and four U.S. territories.
The grant will be used to identify interventions to address livestock diseases and develop research training and institutional development in Africa.
The state's top‑selling specialty plate generated more than $673,000 last year in support of students throughout the WSU system.
Education professors A.G. Rud and Sola Adesope won the award for their book “Contemporary Technologies in Education: Maximizing Student Engagement, Motivation and Learning.”
Julianna Brutman plans to use the funding from her NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to investigate new aspects of how the brain controls energy homeostasis.
Associate Professor Judy Morrison and Assistant Professor Jonah Firestone have been elected to serve as Association of Science Teacher Education board members.
The grants will support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. To qualify for the program, students must be a first‑generation college student, from an economically disadvantaged background or have a documented disability.
Supported by the professorship, Squires will serve as the Engineering Technology Management Program’s graduate studies committee chair, leading efforts to refresh its core competencies.
The Office of Undergraduate Research will distribute nearly $50,000 in awards to support the mentored research, scholarship and creative activities of the fellowship recipients.
College of Nursing faculty Roschelle (Shelly) Fritz, Renee Hoeksel and Kawkab Shishani are among 230 people worldwide being inducted as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing this fall.
The society’s E.V. Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry is given each year for outstanding theoretical or experimental research in industrial chemistry or chemical engineering.
A new website celebrates 2020 recipients of WSU’s top honors, bestowed by the president, provost and selected faculty associations.
The funding will be used to provide intensive advising, peer mentoring, emergency aid and discipline-specific support to veterans, STEM students and future teachers.
The Arbor Day Foundation, the largest 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, has named WSU a 2019 Tree Campus USA.
Keane, WSU’s vice president for research, began his term as chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Council on Research on July 1.
Arvin Sahaym is being recognized for his many research and teaching contributions in the fields of strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation management.