Students enrolled in the program have the ability to customize their curriculum to suit their interests and career goals.
The weather’s turning cold and who doesn’t want to curl up with a good read? You can start with the Winter 2020 issue of Washington State Magazine, available now.
The video will touch on the history of Veterans Day and include clips from student veterans on several WSU campuses sharing what the holiday means to them.
The flexibility and world-wide reach offered by WSU Global Campus has given rise to a unique student community that many may not be aware of—Cougs who are actively serving in the U.S. military.
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine will salute eight of its first‑year medical students—a record 10% of the class—for their service in the military this Veteran’s Day.
The assistant research professor in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has dedicated her career to studying and implementing programs to prevent and treat alcohol use disorders among Native populations.
Leaders from across the WSU system are encouraging all Cougs to cast their ballots before 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The online classes teach participants how to prepare healthy meals and provide social opportunities for parents to engage with other adults.
WSU campuses in Pullman, Vancouver and Tri-Cities are setting up student voting hubs ahead of the Nov. 3 general election.
Among the practices they are encouraging are wearing masks, maintaining six feet of physical distance, frequent hand washing, staying home if sick and attesting when visiting campus.
Dingwen Tao, assistant professor of computer science, is wasting little time in applying his expertise in high‑performance computing to a wide variety of research projects at WSU.
With walk-in reference help shuttered at academic libraries around the country because of COVID-19, helping patrons virtually is more critical than ever before.
Washington State Magazine’s popular WSU stencil makes it easy to carve your pumpkins with Coug spirit this Halloween.
A passion for equity in patient care is motivating Kelsey Pascoe, assistant professor of nursing, to dive into research and invest in the university’s land grant mission.
The competitions are being organized by the newly formed “Pac‑U,” made up of esports organizations from public and private universities in the Pac‑12.
Music has been a creative outlet and a respite from the stresses of life for Assistant Professor of Music Jacqueline Wilson since her days as a self‑described “band kid” growing in Kennewick.
WSU scientists sat down with the fictional feline Dr. Universe to discuss a 12‑year old’s question about how face masks keep us safe during COVID‑19.