Ron Mittelhammer, the latest recipient of the WSU Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award, is stepping down as dean to return to classroom.
By Nic Loyd, WSU meteorologist, and Linda Weiford, WSU News
After having only 11 days of sunshine since Jan. 1, last week looked — and felt — as though a giant lid was yanked off overhead.
In a spring marked by clouds and drizzle, everything changed on April 23. Ample sunny skies appeared over the Inland Northwest and stayed for five consecutive days. It was a first for 2018, which, until last week, had been shadowed by cloudy and partly cloudy skies.
A nice spring warmup accommodated the run of sunshine. High temperatures lingered in the 70s, topping out at an impressive 84 degrees in … » More …
Diamond and Golden grads are helping preserve the history of WSU in digital storytelling workshops.
The cost of Pullman campus parking permits will remain unchanged for the coming academic year. Online renewal for current annual permit holders begins Tuesday.
WSU President Kirk Schulz grabbed a shovel Monday to help plant the Horticulture Club’s latest gift to the University.
WSU sports management student earns award for research on what motivates people to watch and play eSports.
If you feel like you have your head in the clouds, in a sense, you do.
WSU Pullman announced its 2018-19 common read: “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything.”
Last month was one of the busiest ever for the University Marketing and Communications Video team.
In a letter to the WSU community, student and university leaders unveil the student-driven Coug Health Fund.
The Associated Students of WSU will host a 5K run to raise money for the Cougar Health Fund.
Trekking through the rain forests of Honduras, Travis King set up traps to catch jaguars and other wild animals with his cameras.
Jackie Baltazar, clerical assistant in the Dept. of Criminal Justice and Criminology, earned praises from students and staff and the WSU Student Employee of the Year title.
Pullman campus will host nearly 3,000 FFA members as they showcase their skills in communication, science, business, and professionalism.
WSU Tri-Cities partners with Second Harvest to expand its student food pantry, the Cougar Cupboard.
By Kara McMurray, College of Education
An educational psychology doctoral student in Washington State University’s College of Education has accepted a well-respected internship with the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, New Jersey.
David Alpizar is a first-generation college student and will spend the summer at ETS, working to help develop assessments.
The annual #CougsGive drive is a 24-hour day of giving in support of Washington State University on the WSU’s birthday.