A group of WSU graduate architecture students had the chance to work with the building material of the future – wood – as part of their architecture studio design course.
The WSU Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement (DAESA) honored outstanding faculty, staff, and students for their contributions throughout academic year 2019-20.
Twenty-seven faculty members from six colleges and 17 departments are the newest members of the President’s Teaching Academy at Washington State University, nearly doubling the membership in the institution’s premier organization dedicated to teaching excellence.
The prestigious award will fund biology and music double major Thomas LeClair’s master’s degree studies in marine biology in Bangor, Wales.
The Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students during an annual awards event May 4 at Washington State University in Pullman.
The virtual event was held over five days. Posters were judged via an Online Research Showcase Gallery that features students and their posters. Poster winners were announced during the Virtual Award Ceremony on Friday, April 24.
WSU Vancouver has announced its 2020 awards for advancing equity, research, student achievement, teaching and service.
Fellows will participate in a three-year program that includes an orientation, coursework, community symposia and other activities relating to multicultural collections and trainings.
Timothy Schrader, a WSU freshman majoring in tuba performance and music education, recently placed second in the 2020 Music Teachers National Association Senior Brass Division Competition on April 13.
Genetics and cell biology major Sean Thompson is one of eight new Goldwater Scholars attending college in Washington. More than 1,300 students from across the U.S. applied for the award in 2020.
A talented and dedicated group of more than 60 Washington State University students, faculty, and staff, have received the Presidential Leadership (LEAD) Award.
The WSU Association for Faculty Women (AFW) has awarded five graduate students for the highest level of scholarly achievement, service, leadership, and professional potential.
PhD student Cody Cockreham is one of 10 students nationwide to receive a 2020 G.T. Seaborg Institute Research Fellowship.
Since its inception in 1965, the ACE Fellows Program has prepared more than 2,000 faculty, staff, and administrators for senior positions in college and university leadership.
Ashley Vu, a mechanical engineering doctoral student, has won this year’s Three Minute Thesis event. Due to social distancing restrictions, each competitor gave their presentation to judges via Zoom.
The goal of the creative jam was to create mobiles apps to tackle topics ranging from unemployed worker’s resources to LGBTQ issues.
Cillay has been on the organization’s board of directors for two years and will serve a two-year term in the secretary/treasurer position.