The reactivated board, which consists of about a dozen faculty, staff and students, provides WSU officers with perspective on police and community relations.
With flu season fast approaching, students, faculty and staff can take advantage of flu vaccinations and other health resources provided across the WSU system.
Unprecedented efforts across the WSU system are creating innovative diversity, equity and inclusion programs at a historic rate.
Categories include strategy, games with friends, card games, and word games and trivia games. Patrons can check out games for seven days with one renewal allowed.
The Cougar Accessible Transportation Service runs 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays in Pullman. Although students receive first‑priority, faculty and staff can get rides when space is available.
Next month, the Lauren McCluskey Foundation will host its first events in Pullman, including a 5K walk/run raising money to fund research and education programs centered around making college campuses nationwide safer for students.
The casual meeting in September led to a $200,000 grant for two engineering faculty members studying clay surface properties.
Puyallup mayor and Coug alum John Palmer said the city wanted to show how much it appreciates the connection between WSU and Puyallup residents during Higher Education Appreciation Week, Sept. 23-28.
Seven undergraduates from WSU’s student chapter of Material Advantage will participate in competitions, presentations, and a poster session at the weeklong Materials Science and Technology (MS&T) conference in Portland, Oregon.
Darrell Jackson wants to train a new generation of healthcare practitioners in the Inland Northwest to help people with ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases live longer, healthier and happier lives.
The Center for Civic Engagement is committed to making civic learning and democratic engagement a part of every student’s college education.
Rendezoo, an annual family-friendly event organized by the student government of WSU Global Campus, gives students earning their degree 100% online an opportunity to meet fellow students face to face.
Savanna Navarro Kresse played an instrumental role in creating the new WSU Tri-Cities Inclusion Center—a space dedicated to diverse students of all kinds so they can gather, learn from each other, and seek support.
Enjoy the holiday and look for fresh updates to return Sept. 3.
Remember to give yourself a little extra time when flying to or from Pullman this fall as the city’s regional airport closes for about a month beginning Sept. 8, leaving Spokane and Lewiston as the nearest commercial air alternatives.
The rapid pace of technology and the internet have transformed the libraries like many other areas within the university.
From critical early developments in television technology to recent detection of cosmic phenomena in faraway galaxies, WSU physicists have been at the forefront of scientific education, innovation, and discovery for 100 years.