The gift of hearing and the art of communication are woven through the tapestry of Allison Coffin’s life and work.
President and First Lady Schulz along with Chancellor Haynes hope their investments will inspire others to support new building projects on the WSU Tri‑Cities campus.
Kits with supplies like stress balls, fidgets, and noise cancelling headphones will be sent to 600 young people in rural Washington to use when they are stressed during remote learning.
Airing Monday, May 24, the episode highlights how students use milk from the WSU’s Knott Dairy Center and other sources to make Cougar Gold cheese.
The course, offered through WSU Global Campus, is an example of the WSU Department of Fine Art’s recent emphasis on providing hands‑on, artistic learning experiences in an online setting.
“I call myself the wandering cardiologist,” said Dr. Ryan Baumwart, who joined Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2020.
Carly Ellingsen, a fourth-generation Coug, comes from a long line of WSU athletic greats. She earned her family’s first WSU post-bachelor’s degree this May.
Tragedy changed the path of Jansen Garside, taking him from uncertainty to his true creative calling.
Abby Griffith, a 2021 WSU graduate, is helping state lawmakers understand the benefits of improving public transportation and infrastructure, like sidewalks, for her and others living with a disability.
This is the team’s first overnight trip in 18 months, and Coach Peter Brevick said they are eager to get back into competition after a challenging year.
High school students across the state followed along in their own home kitchens while three Hospitality Business Management instructors gave lessons on cooking and the science behind it.
Pullman‑area youth have something to look forward to this summer: the in‑person Cougar Kids Camp, where they can participate in fun activities like rock climbing as pictured in this 2019 photo.
Incoming first-year students looking to get a jump start on their college experience can register now for Summer Advantage, a program designed to give them a taste of university life before fall semester starts.
Seniors in landscape architecture and interior design researched tiny homes communities and drafted a model ordinance that would allow and regulate them in Lewiston.
WSU junior Savanna Ly‑Nguyen was one of just 10 female student-athletes in the country to be named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars by the Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine.
In-person events are making a comeback at WSU Pullman as vaccine distribution is increasing.
The fund was established more than two decades ago by WSU veterinary students to help animals in need of care but who were either ownerless or their owners could not afford treatment.