Veronica Romero is using her time during COVID-19 to study to become a full-time teacher a bit earlier than planned. The young single mom of two is teaching her kids at home while completing her classes online.
A WSU graduate student used uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as motivation to complete her doctorate in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education program.
In the course of responding to the ongoing public health emergency, lessons have been learned that will be relevant even after the return of normalcy.
Aaron Pelly decided that his money would be best spent supporting students that may not have resources to help them continue their studies or maintain their legal status.
Mailing Services employees continue to process and deliver mail from across the WSU Pullman campus. They are just a few of the many essential employees who are keeping the WSU system running during social distancing.
They are encouraging K-12 students and their families to spend time together at home on activities that teach things like how to ask better questions of your child to elicit more meaningful conversation.
In light of COVID-19 and to coincide with Giving Tuesday Now on May 5, STCU has donated $25,000 to the WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor’s Excellence Fund to support students experiencing hardship amid COVID-19 and beyond.
At a time when seemingly everyone is forced to be apart, some doctoral students in Washington State University’s College of Education are making a concerted effort to feel more connected.
WSU’s Department of Chemistry will mail lab kits to students taking undergraduate chemistry courses during the Summer 2020 term to help them complete hands-on lab requirements while at home.
The project is the brainchild of two WSU employees who were looking for ways to help households needing food assistance while also supporting Pullman restaurants.
It’s all part of a new program through WSU Extension, 4-H Tech Changemakers, sprung from a grant partnership between the National 4-H Council and Microsoft Corporation.
Amid a global pandemic, it’s still spring, time for new life and especially gardening to begin.
David Grassi came within a fraction of a second of representing the United States at the 2012 Paralympic Games. At WSU, he has become a champion for members of the university community with disabilities.
The exercise takes students far beyond traditional lessons by giving them access to detailed 3D cell models, demonstrating the true complexity of cells that can’t be depicted in textbooks.
A talented and dedicated group of more than 60 Washington State University students, faculty, and staff, have received the Presidential Leadership (LEAD) Award.
The Power Series virtual tournament pits teams from several universities against each other in the video game Rocket League. The WSU Esports Club’s first match against UW will be live-streamed via Twitch at 5:20 p.m. on April 22.
Rebecca Cooney has created a dedicated microblog where she is sharing her expertise in online learning to fellow instructors who may be struggling with the move to online instruction.