Recognizing many students are struggling with feelings of isolation due to the COVID‑19 pandemic, Compton Union Building staff are working with campus safety experts to expand the building’s capacity.
Teaching underserved high school students in Indianapolis, Indiana sparked a passion that brought Jennifer Duckworth to the Evergreen State.
WSU President Kirk Schulz thanked all Cougs for unifying to tackle all of the challenges that came with 2020 as part of this year’s holiday greeting.
The PAC‑U collaboration created new opportunities for students to compete safely in intercollegiate, online gaming competitions. All of the matches were livestreamed so fans could cheer on their teams.
The Pullman business community in particular has been hit hard during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
More students will be living in WSU’s residence halls during spring semester, placing an increased importance on making sure they feel connected with each other.
The gift will continue to support the costs of running the Cougar Cupboard and provide food to WSU Tri‑Cities students and their families next year.
WSU’s newest vice provost talks about his journey to WSU and some of his more interesting life adventures, including attending school with President Barack Obama, in this short Q&A.
Students at the WSU Carson College of Business made holiday cards for more than 60 senior living residents to lift their spirits during the holiday season.
Expert problem solvers in the WSU data analytics program designed course-related games to stimulate interaction while providing some educational fun and valuable professional networking opportunities.
Students enrolled in the program have the ability to customize their curriculum to suit their interests and career goals.
Washington State University’s food pantry staff helped distribute 50 turkey meal kits to students staying in Pullman for Thanksgiving break.
The technology company PTC is contributing more than $1 million worth of its FlexPLM software suite to the WSU Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles.
The National Guard’s mobile site has moved throughout Pullman since debuting in early September, helping WSU with the unprecedented challenges of the ongoing pandemic.
The weather’s turning cold and who doesn’t want to curl up with a good read? You can start with the Winter 2020 issue of Washington State Magazine, available now.
The video will touch on the history of Veterans Day and include clips from student veterans on several WSU campuses sharing what the holiday means to them.
The flexibility and world-wide reach offered by WSU Global Campus has given rise to a unique student community that many may not be aware of—Cougs who are actively serving in the U.S. military.