The 10-week course provides teams with education, resources, mentors, and funding to conduct discovery and determine if their innovation is a product-market fit.
A team of Washington State University psychologists is looking for new parents in the Pullman/Moscow area to participate in a study investigating how parent‑child interactions influence the development of a baby’s brain and behaviors.
Faculty and staff throughout the WSU system have a welcoming office hub available when work takes them to the Pacific Northwest’s largest city.
The Joint Center for Deployment and Research in Earth Abundant Materials (JCDREAM) has announced a new director to lead the group.
McGrath will take over for Terry Chambers, who retired this month after nearly 19 years with the SBDC.
WESKA is an immersive, weeklong accelerator boot camp open to postdoctoral, doctoral and master’s students from any discipline or WSU location who want to learn more about entrepreneurship.
The Amazon Catalyst program is now accepting applications from all current Washington State University students, faculty, and staff.
Judge a book by its cover and its culinary creativity during WSU Libraries’ fourth annual Edible Book Festival.
The Bookie requests textbook orders for the fall 2019 semester be placed by March 15.
A series of events to celebrate women in science, technology and math will be held March 18‑21 systemwide at Washington State University.
Faculty from all campuses with innovative ideas to enhance student learning are encouraged to apply for this grant.
Successful applicants will work with faculty at WSU and scientists at PNNL while completing their graduate coursework, and gain hands‑on research experience with PNNL scientists.
A WSU environmental research station near Olympia, Wa plans to grow and expand with the help of a new grant from the National Science Foundation.
Faculty members who make significant contributions to the Honors College and its students can be nominated for or apply for Honors Faculty Fellows recognition.
Washington State University’s Plant Phenomics Symposium will host six different scientists from research institutions across the country to discuss up-to-date phenomics.
To view the report, go to the WSU Environmental Health and Safety web page.
The first to visit campus is Jaime Nolan, who will have an open forum for faculty and staff on Tuesday, Feb. 20.