Viebrock has worked hard to assist women growers with the unique challenges they face. Her flagship educational program for women in agriculture, Women, Farms & Food, now spans six states.
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.
Interior design student Leigh Ann Bryan shifted her award-winning capstone studio project earlier this year to focus on the realities of COVID‑19.
Two new, in‑person, pop‑up study spaces as well as one on‑campus space will provide students with a quiet place to study and access free Wi‑Fi.
“Two cities, two universities—one community,” is an effort showing that WSU and the University of Idaho as well as the cities of Pullman and Moscow are all in the fight against COVID‑19 together.
From carefully planned recreational opportunities to online group sessions, WSU’s campuses are helping students and others manage stress during the pandemic landscape.
Over 135 students have signed up for Student Involvement’s Emerging Leaders Program which features a curriculum tailored for first-year students.
Issues of academic integrity and classroom disruption in a remote learning environment will be addressed.
In a message to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz reinforced the university’s ongoing commitment to containing COVID‑19 and working with stakeholders to protect the communities where WSU facilities are located.
In many respects the COVID‑19 pandemic is revolutionizing the ways WSU Pullman’s affinity student centers are providing support and facilitating student engagement.
WSU grad Sandy Williams, editor and publisher of The Black Lens newspaper, reflects on how momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement seems different this time.
The Division of Student Affairs has teamed up with students to promote behaviors that help keep the Cougar community at‑large healthy.
As a new and unusual school year gets underway, the WSU Insider figured it would be an ideal time to feature a question from the Ask Dr. Universe archives that is likely on the minds of both students and faculty.
The near-empty Pullman campus was an unusual sight for the opening of a new academic year, but it doesn’t mean students, faculty and staff aren’t already hard at work.
Hannah Thayer began thinking of design as a career choice when she visited a women's shelter in Kenya in 2014. She has followed her passion ever since and is now pursuing a master’s degree in interior design.
WSU supporters are encouraged to sing the Fight Song at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 23 from wherever they happen to be at the time to help kick off the Fall 2020 semester.