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.
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.
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.
The $5.5 million project marks the fraternity’s 100th anniversary at WSU and echoes the white-pillared design of the original chapter house.
The $25,000 contribution will support a new industrial freezer, expanded Cougar Cupboard hours and additional food and toiletry items not regularly being provided.
Linguistics major Ava Beck is the fourth WSU student to receive the summer institute’s award; three students, also from the WSU Honors College, received it in 2014.
The Academic Progress Rate or APR is an annual assessment of each team’s academic and retention history.
The College of Arts and Sciences named its 2019 Outstanding Seniors, based on their remarkable academic performance and service to their respective departments or school and the WSU community.
WSU design students are creating an inflatable playground that enables kids to shape and interact with an outdoor environment.
Moms and dads who encourage candid talk about college life can help their children survive and thrive amid the tricky transition to higher education, says a WSU scientist.
WSU sport management students raised a grand total of $25,000 for the Hilinski’s Hope foundation.
The single‑day fundraising drive seeks to break last year’s record. Donors already have committed an anticipated $100,000 in match and challenge gifts.