Eight WSU Extension faculty members and their teams were honored for their community support by the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences.
The WSU university community and guests are invited to join the celebration 3-5 p.m. Friday.
Emma R. Johnson received the startling news in the middle of the night via a four word text — “Good morning, Udall Scholar!”
For more than a decade, WSU Extension educator José García-Pabón has helped Washington’s Latino community find success.
“Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything” authors Kelly and Zach Weinersmith will speak at the twelfth annual Common Reading Invited Lecture on Oct. 22.
When WSU English teacher Aaron Oforlea’s name was called at the College Language Association convention banquet, he didn’t expect it and didn’t notice.
President Schulz will serve as the Pac‑12 representative to the 11‑member board.
Susan Finley, professor of education at WSU Vancouver, has been awarded the Ormsby Award for Faculty Citizenship for her exceptional civic engagement.
Sarah Waters, assistant professor in the department of human development at WSU Vancouver, received the award from the Robert W. Johnson Foundation.
The WSU College of Education will give Sharon Foster the award as part of its yearly Scholarship and Excellence program, which takes place on homecoming weekend in Pullman.
Seattle native Paul Pitre, has served in higher education administration roles for more than 30 years. His appointed term begins immediately.
WSU mathematician tackles new threats to U.S. power systems in effort to ensure a steady supply of energy.
David Marcus, WSU Department of Psychology, was named Group Psychologist of the Year by the American Psychological Association.
The award provides extra funding that can be applied to pivotal crop seed research projects as needed.
President Kirk Schulz will introduce and present crimson-colored coats to the six individuals named to leadership posts at WSU in the past 12 months.
Will Luers among three honored with a first place award for a novel about fiction itself called “Novelling.”
Jordan Blacktop, Postdoctoral research fellow, is the first WSU Vancouver researcher to receive a prestigious NIH Pathway to Independence award.