For the observance of International Women’s Day, women innovators in WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences reflect on gains and the road ahead.
WSU Pullman students seeking on-campus jobs can learn about fall semester opportunities during hiring sessions March 2 and 3.
There are 15 TRIO programs at WSU that serve nearly 2,000 individuals with nearly $4 million in grant funding annually from the U.S. Dept. of Education.
This is Donna Arnold’s 15th year leading the African American Student Center. Her passion for working with students and educating people about Black culture is as strong as the day she started.
The campaign is calling for community members in Pullman and Moscow to unite together, wear masks, and continue maintaining physical distance from other people.
Led by sophomore Noah Williams’ career-high 40 points, The WSU men’s basketball team locked down its first winning season since 2011 with a triple-overtime 85‑76 victory over Stanford on Saturday.
When he’s not teaching mathematics, WSU professor Sergey Lapin might be working to speed detection of deadly disease or to expand understanding of European history.
Data analysis from a WSU Tri‑Cities psychology statistics course will be used to help improve recruitment strategies and refine programming for a camp for children with serious medical conditions.
Students across the WSU system have a new way to showcase their organizations, learn about upcoming events, and connect with each other, thanks to a student engagement platform called Coug Presence.
Student teachers in Washington State University’s College of Education passed the state’s teacher certification assessment at a higher rate than normal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Park is a new first-year research assistant professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine investigating Anaplasma—a pathogen spread by ticks that infects humans and large mammals.
When the Student Recreation Center opened its doors 20 years ago today, it quickly became one of the busiest places on the Pullman campus and one of the most admired recreation centers in the nation.
Three 2020 Coug graduates are prepared to help meet the demand if COVID‑19 testing on the Palouse reaches surge capacity.
For an art, science and technology course at WSU Tri‑Cities, the transition to virtual learning was natural and actually played to the course’s strengths.
The Murrow College of Communication’s new associate dean of research and graduate studies calls this “chapter 3” of his life in Pullman, and the story is getting better with each passing page.
From hospitals and healthcare facilities to people’s homes and communities, Cougs are making a difference across the state of Washington.
Donations from the CougParents program are helping to support programs and activities for students ranging from building a rocket propulsion system to hosting a live-streamed event focused on mental health.