A series of events to celebrate women in science, technology and math will be held March 18‑21 systemwide at Washington State University.
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.
Washington State University Vancouver is seeking nominations for three 2018 Distinguished Woman of the Year Awards.
Applications for a scholarship from the WSU Alumni Association are open now.
WSU Pullman departments, Registered Student Organizations, sport clubs, Greek organizations, and community partners are invited to set up an informational table for free at the CougSync Connect Fair on Jan. 24.
Lauri Torkelson with the history department has been approved for shared leave, those interested in donating leave can contact Human Resource Services.
The new online system for WSU Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee is open for protocol submissions.
Facilities Operations will not be unlocking any campus buildings on Jan. 15.
Proposals are welcomed from any field.
The guest speaker will be Vice President of Finance and Administration Stacy Pearson.
Those interested in donating leave to Lauralea Edwards can contact Human Resource Services
Those interested in donating leave to Lindsay Jilg can contact Human Resource Services.
Silvia Ramirez of WSU – Tri-Cities has been approved for shared leave