The mentored research of nearly 60 undergraduates will be featured at three virtual symposia taking place on July 30, Aug. 3, and Aug. 6.
The program is part of the University’s slate of summer Alive Orientation programs. It will span three evenings beginning on Friday, May 21.
The University is partnering with Rite Aid once again to host public COVID‑19 vaccination clinics on campus, May 19 and June 9.
Community partnerships across the WSU system will take center stage during a virtual Community Engagement Summit on Friday, May 14, at 10 a.m.
Pullman‑area youth have something to look forward to this summer: the in‑person Cougar Kids Camp, where they can participate in fun activities like rock climbing as pictured in this 2019 photo.
The WSU Horticulture Club is selling tomato, basil, and pepper plants, along with many different flowers in various arrangements at their annual spring plant sale. Sales are daily. Sign up for a 15‑minute time slot on their website.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU is collaborating with Pullman Regional Hospital to engage the Pullman community in a conversation about art, health, and healing.
This year’s presenter will be Tenko Raykov, a professor of quantitative methods in the graduate program in measurement and quantitative methods at Michigan State University.
The music by WSU students addresses a diverse range of social concerns and will be performed live on the School of Music’s YouTube channel.
The WSU community stepped up in a big way on April 14, the University’s annual day of giving, contributing $704,962 in a single day to support students, faculty, research and service initiatives across the WSU system.
Each year, Washington State University students are offered seats at the popular Etiquette Dinner to learn best practices for making a good impression when interviewing for jobs and internships.
The WSU School of Music event starts at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday and features videos of the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band, combos, Big Band II, Faculty Big Band and faculty ensemble Jazz Northwest.
David J. Allard, director of the Pennsylvania State Bureau of Radiation Protection, will address the historical uses of radium as well as its health effects on workers and the general public.
More than 100 giving opportunities across WSU’s campuses and colleges will create a festive day of giving, including special gift matches and challenges.
The Native American novelist and short story writer will read from her work as part of the WSU Visiting Writers Series at 6 p.m. April 12 via YouTube/Zoom.
Family Weekend will be mostly virtual April 9–11, offering many interesting and fun ways for students and their families to engage with the University.
Titled “Zeitgeist,” the show features collections inspired by current society’s changes and challenges, including the experience of immigrants, the struggle for democracy, barriers that women face, and the loss of friends to gun violence.