Like many student-run clubs across the WSU system, the COVID-19 pandemic was a huge financial strain on the Horticulture Club.
The WSU community is invited to the Pullman-based center to enjoy free food, music, activities, and an opportunity to learn about the services provided by the Division of Student Affairs.
The weeklong event begins Sept. 13 and features opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to interact with SEL professionals.
The team will regularly collect and analyze data to understand how the division’s programs and services can better align with WSU’s values and meet student needs.
WSU is using the immersive digital environment of virtual reality to connect high schoolers with mentors to help prepare them for college.
Funds from the program support initiatives that enhance learning and leadership outside of the classroom. Student groups in good standing are eligible to apply.
The pantry is now located on the ground floor of the CUB and has a renewed commitment to ensuring all Cougs have enough to eat. The new space celebrated its grand opening today on the Pullman campus.
Virtual tailgating events will continue to be open to all WSU fans for the 2021 collegiate football season, beginning with the Cougars’ first home game against the Utah State Aggies Sept. 4.
Graduate student Aichatou Waziri is working to boost micronutrients, such as iron and zinc, in existing crops like wheat and other grains around the world.
The changes include promoting awareness of disability issues, networking with faculty, advising event planners, and fostering systemwide collaboration.
Take a stroll through each of the five physical campuses as students, faculty and staff return for in‑person instruction for the first time since the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic.
The WSU Undocumented Initiatives team was busy over the summer partnering with colleagues around the state to elevate and address the needs of undocumented students.
Associate Professor Melissa Parkhurst’s faculty address during the Pullman campus convocation was so powerful that WSU Insider received several requests to share it with the university community.
Dr. William Douglas Bush Hiller will oversee the entire Paralympics triathlon event in Tokyo to ensure that athletes have everything they need to compete at the highest level.
Cody Lauritsen will be among first to work in $1.25B National Bio and Agro-defense Facility.
Researchers in WSU’s School of Design and Construction will be studying construction elements that might improve energy efficiency and affordability.
Washington State University Pullman is set to officially welcome new students to campus during its annual Week of Welcome Aug. 14-22.