Five WSU faculty members are working on open educational resources for their respective courses. Open educated resources are free to use and available online.
Eleven of WSU’s most innovative scholars and artists have been selected for faculty fellowships and mini‑grants from the Center for Arts and Humanities, and the Office of Research.
Andrew Given is the first nursing student to be awarded the graduate fellowship for his research investigating a “patient-centered” approach to addiction treatment.
International student Oluwanifemi “Nife” Shola‑Dare is one of 20 students from across the country to receive the Key into Public Service Scholar award.
The students were selected to receive the honor by faculty in their Pullman campus degree programs and the leadership of their department or school.
With WSU since 2013, Lin conducts research in nanosensors and nanotechnology for biomedical, energy and environmental applications.
The 2020 Spring Academic Honor Roll includes athletes from WSU’s baseball, golf, rowing, tennis and track & field teams.
Elliot-Cheslek, vice president and chief human resource officer at WSU, will serve a three-year term on the board of directors of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
Anthropology instructor Jack McNassar is the winner of the award that recognizes Global Campus teachers who employ best practices to engage, inspire, and support students.
Robichaud, a civil engineering senior, is WSU’s fourth student to receive recognition from the Truman Foundation, following a finalist in 2017 and two awardees in 1990 and 1983.
Pat Carter was named the 2019-2020 Outstanding School Director for his work leading the School of Biological Sciences. Carter’s research focuses on evolutionary genetics and physiology and he enjoys supporting the research mission of faculty and graduate students.
The Washington State University College of Education kinesiology faculty has recognized its 2019-2020 outstanding students.
The Africa Center of Excellence for Innovative and Transformative STEM Education is composed of prolific scholars from around the world and is tasked with providing research direction for training the next generation of STEM education across Africa.
The $2.85 million National Science Foundation grant will be used to develop curriculum and hands‑on projects that use geospatial technologies to improve STEM literacy.
Six graduate students were recently recognized for outstanding achievement by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Seventeen faculty and six staff were recently honored by the College of Arts and Sciences for exemplary achievements and outstanding contributions to the college and the University.
Gerow, who will graduate in December 2020 from WSU’s Viticulture and Enology program, has been named the Wine Spectator Wine Science Student of the Year.