WSU students won top awards for best television newscast, daily newspaper, online reporting, photography, sports reporting, news reporting, videography, and editorial cartooning, among other awards.
Snedeker will be going to London’s Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance to explore the topic “harnessing music’s ability for social change” in the coming year.
Junior Keyaira Mumford selected a historic building in the Gastown district of Vancouver, British Columbia for her award‑winning renovation design.
The WSU Sustainability Fair is a way for WSU faculty, staff, and students and companies to promote and share sustainability focused research, projects, services, and products within the WSU community.
WSU is ranked No. 18 in the world out of 497 schools, based on research articles published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship, and Theory and Practice.
2019 awards for advancing equity, research, student achievement and teaching will be presented at this year’s commencement ceremony on May 4.
Freshman Stephany Lamas will spend the summer working with Congressman Anthony Gonzalez and his staff advocating for migrant farmworkers.
Two Washington State University researchers are featured in a New York Times health story documenting the scourge of antibiotic resistance in an impoverished Kenyan community.
Rebecca Cooney, a clinical assistant professor in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, received the award in recognition of her innovative and transformative use of Google Drive to increase learning capacity.
Modin, an entrepreneurship senior from Sumner, Wash., has served WSU for more than three years as a peer mentor with the Center for Civic Engagement.
CEO Magazine ranked online executive MBA and MBA programs from Washington State University’s Carson College of Business as No. 13 and No. 19 respectively among 292 global Online MBA programs.
Vancouver senior, Cowlitz Tribe member Emma R. Johnson will spend the summer in the office of U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto.
Three Southwest Washington women were honored with Distinguished Woman of the Year awards for making a difference in the lives of others.
The grants provide significant research support to young faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
The award seeks to acknowledge and reward WSU faculty members teaching on Global Campus who employ best practices to engage, inspire, support and show care for students.
Pharmaceutical sciences doctoral student Xinyue (Sheena) Dong is the winner of this year’s competition.
The Celebrating Excellence Banquet marked the culmination of Showcase, the University’s weeklong celebration of academic excellence. Honorees included faculty and staff from across the institution.