Elaine Ostrander, chief and distinguished investigator for the Cancer Genetics and Comparative Genomics Branch of NIH, shares her discoveries.
Food industry professionals can learn about the latest risks and defenses for foodborne illness at the 38th Annual Food Safety and Sanitation Workshop.
Prospective graduate students in the field of education can have their questions answered at this annual Graduate Preview Event.
This third annual summit will focus specifically on information security topics that affect WSU.
“Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything” authors Kelly and Zach Weinersmith will speak at the twelfth annual Common Reading Invited Lecture on Oct. 22.
Broadcast set for 6-9 a.m. on ESPN.
Respond to daily questions via Information Technology Services’ social media sites during Hacktober for a chance to win WSU gear.
The open house celebration of the School of Languages, Cultures and Race is set for 2‑4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Thompson Hall.
The featured speaker is Miguel De La Torre, a professor of social ethics and Latinx studies, author, activist and an ordained minister.
Free hand papermaking workshops and sessions will be offered to students, veterans and community groups over four days.
Washington State University Extension Foresters will lead a Forest Stewardship Coached Planning course designed to preserve forests for the future.
The fair will feature numerous local business vendor booths and provide participants with interactive demonstrations.
Buddy Huffaker, president and executive director of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, will discuss his experiences and best practices in ecological land management.
Harvard University physicist to present free lecture at Webster Hall on “Quantum tools to explore the universe … and help life on Earth.”
Writer, storyteller, solo-performer Chad Goller-Sojourner will explore the paradoxical, precarious relationship between fighting AIDS while engaging in self-harming behaviors.
WSU Tri-Cities will launch its first book in a new series known as the Hanford Histories at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.
Festival will include u-pick pumpkins, a produce sale, games for the family, pumpkin pie, fresh apple cider and face painting.