Regents professor Greg Yasinitsky will perform in “Composing for Improvisors” at WSU Pullman on Jan. 24.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to provide input about the WSU provost search during an upcoming series of listening sessions.
The event will feature Tim Hanni, author of “Why You Like the Wines You Like,” who will speak on “Separating Wine Facts from Fancy.”
New York Times best-selling author Ibram X. Kendi will deliver the keynote address at the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Celebration, with the event livestreamed to other WSU locations.
Get set to present your research and creative achievements at Showcase, a weeklong celebration of WSU academic triumphs.
Students will highlight semester course projects, research and art.
The fair highlights books published throughout the year, and includes 20‑50 percent discounts, drawings for free books, and complimentary refreshments.
WSU President Kirk Schulz will confer degrees to 805 students in the fall commencement ceremony, 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at Beasley Coliseum.
Meet Senator Mark Schoesler, Representative Joe Schmick, Representative Mary Dye and discuss the upcoming legislative session.
The Cougars will face off against the Iowa State Cyclones in the Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, marking WSU’s fourth‑straight bowl appearance.
Holiday poinsettias will be for sale from the WSU Horticulture Club in the greenhouses near Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe.
In the early stages of the Hanford Site, families were relocated or required to leave their place of residence in the Hanford area.
The WSU School of Music will present its annual Holiday Concert, “Joy to the World: A Global Holiday,” 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in Bryan Hall Theatre.
Three U.S. armed forces veteran guest speakers will attend ASWSU Student Veterans Committee’s Veterans Day Memorial Service to culminate Veterans Week at WSU.
It marks the second straight season the Cougar squad has been selected to the NCAA tournament and its 12th appearance overall.
Nov. 6: Stanford University lecturer Victor Saad will present “The Future of Work and Learning” and lead two workshops for WSU employees and students.
The free, “gravity-bound extravaganza” will celebrate the fun side of science, at Webster Hall on Saturday.