From critical early developments in television technology to recent detection of cosmic phenomena in faraway galaxies, WSU physicists have been at the forefront of scientific education, innovation, and discovery for 100 years.
Rendezoo, an annual family-friendly event organized by the student government of WSU Global Campus, gives students earning their degree 100% online an opportunity to meet fellow students face to face.
Savanna Navarro Kresse played an instrumental role in creating the new WSU Tri-Cities Inclusion Center—a space dedicated to diverse students of all kinds so they can gather, learn from each other, and seek support.
Enjoy the holiday and look for fresh updates to return Sept. 3.
Remember to give yourself a little extra time when flying to or from Pullman this fall as the city’s regional airport closes for about a month beginning Sept. 8, leaving Spokane and Lewiston as the nearest commercial air alternatives.
The rapid pace of technology and the internet have transformed the libraries like many other areas within the university.
One dollar from the sale of each pint of the limited edition Graduate Golden Ale, as well as a portion of keg sales, will support the scholarships.
Tallying its highest cumulative semester GPA ever while also making the NCAA finals yet again, the rowing team is among those helping set the standard for WSU athletes.
“When you focus on equity and inclusion, you see student organizations that haven’t been active become more involved and that encourages more diverse students to take on leadership roles,” said ASWSU President Quinton Berkompas.
Back to school activities for the WSU system kick off Saturday, Aug. 10 in Pullman with Move-In Day.
The clock chimes on the hour, 8 a.m.–8 p.m., and plays three pre‑recorded tunes at 5:05 p.m. daily and at 12:05 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday from a CD collection of popular, classical and patriotic songs.
Cougs Rise is erasing barriers to success for dozens of students this summer through transitional programming that gives them a taste of college life.
Relive the vision and teamwork that transformed a primitive Priest Lake resort into an unconventional academic retreat following World War II in this 2016 article from Washington State Magazine.
Madison Genger had job opportunities waiting for her in Germany but she also wanted to be a Coug. Instead of choosing one or the other she’s doing both.
Former evening news anchor Shaniqua Manning is using what she learned from WSU’s online strategic communication’s master’s program to excel in her new career leading communications for the Boeing 747 and 767 airplane programs.
The students are receiving hands‑on learning experiences taught by health care providers, faculty at WSU Health Sciences Spokane and health sciences college students as part of the 24th annual Na‑ha‑shnee Summer Institute.
In Japan, a diehard Coug has found that the WSU fight song is a great way to teach his daughter English.