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.
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.
Lisa Waite, a 22-year design/marketing veteran in the NBA, and a WSU alumna, has been named associate director of WSU Athletics’ emerging media/creative services.
Quarter Century Club celebration, set for Oct. 3, at the Compton Union Building, with statewide live streaming to all campuses. Make plans now.
The Spark and the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center are National Merit Award winners in the educational facilities category of the Design-Build Institute’s annual competition.
The newest regent credits educators with helping guide him forward and is hopeful for what it means to future generations.
Three WSU Press books have earned the Evans Handcart Award, the WILLA Literary Award and the INDIES Book of the Year Award.
Sheri Glaesman, who has served in numerous capacities at WSU since 2002, has been named a university ombudsman.
WSU librarian Trevor Bond has been selected by Washington State Historical Society as the recipient of the 2018 Charles Gates Memorial Award.
In many of Washington’s highest areas of need, WSU Extension is helping families and communities overcome hunger.