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.
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.
Meant to give new students the opportunity to meet classmates and instructors, the activities will continue through Aug. 23 with a few events into the first few weeks of school.
The Washington State University Breadlab will deliver the 6000th loaf of bread to a nearby food pantry this week since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pac-12 conference canceled football and all other sporting events through the end of the calendar year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For Master Gardeners Lindy Sheehan and Michelle Murphy at WSU Yakima County Extension, therapeutic gardening is part of a life-long passion for horticulture.
Two WSU NSF-sponsored undergraduate summer research programs move ahead despite pandemic challenges.
Episodes of the podcast, Viewscapes, run about 15 minutes with three different stories covering a wide variety of topics from around the university. The podcast is available on most popular directories and apps.
The class held via Zoom brought together nearly 50 nurse practitioner students to learn about telehealth technologies and best practices.
It was a gray June afternoon when graphic designer Megan Asche stumbled upon the tiny insect that would change the course of her career.
This morning, when Dori Borjesson walked into WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine as dean, it was a first for women. Until today, no woman had ever led the college in its more than 120-year history.