On March 30, the CUB Senior Ballroom will be filled with posters on research and creative activities from the full spectrum of WSU’s academic enterprise as part of the annual Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities.
Cold weather and shorter days during winter can leave even the best of us feeling tired, cranky and unmotivated. WSU students, faculty and staff have been working on ways to improve mood and mental health.
WSU’s three original branch campuses now enroll more than 7,000 students. Their mission has expanded to include a wide range of programs to undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
The NBA champion joins Steve Puidokas as only the second Cougar to have his jersey retired in the history of the men’s basketball program.
The Voiland College Engineering Shops are able to provide students, faculty, and staff the ability to make their ideas into a reality.
WSU Tri-Cities and Columbia Basin College are hosting a series of free events surrounding civil rights and civic engagement the week of Jan. 20.
An international leader in industrial crystal development, the Regents Professor and Eminent Faculty member died unexpectedly Jan. 2 while skiing in Utah. A memorial is set for Jan. 17 on the Pullman campus.
With significant snowfall predicted for much of the state in coming days, this would be a good time to review WSU policies and keep an eye on the emergency alert system for your campus.
The number of WSU faculty‑led study abroad programs is also on the rise, drawing nearly 300 students each semester.
A WSU Tri‑Cities program is helping paraeducators, those who provide instructional support in schools, earn education degrees and begin careers as full‑time certified teachers.
For her accomplishments as an undergraduate, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) honored Hilary Zuniga as its gonfalon bearer in the winter 2019 commencement ceremony at WSU Pullman.
WSU athletes helped host the annual Butch’s Bash, a free holiday season event for children of all ages in the Pullman community.
WSU Insider is taking a break to join the rest of the university community in celebrating the holiday season and the new year. We will be back the morning of Jan. 2 with fresh posts and all the latest WSU information.
Bullying, and at times even physical abuse, were not uncommon during Bella Butcher’s high school tenure – the realities of growing up gay in rural Oklahoma. Now, in her freshman year at WSU, Butcher is looking to help others navigating a similar path.
For three years, Sunnyside Elementary School has opened its doors for WSU students to collaborate not only with their students, but also with the parents.
The sale of WSU cheeses and meat enables student employees to have paying part‑time jobs, gaining valuable experience in their field or just the opportunity to learn more about the food they consume.
WSU Healthcare professionals tell us some of the gifts they’ve given that can help encourage exercise, sleep, relaxation or self‑care.