Cheer with the WSU Cheer Squad, dance with the Crimson Girls and share your Cougar pride with students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members as No. 15 Washington State prepares for the Saturday night showdown against Colorado at Martin Stadium. The annual homecoming bonfire is set for 6 p.m. tonight.
Learn how to transfer volunteering, leadership, and other life skills to a career and resume, Oct. 23 at 5:15 p.m.
Interruptions to WSU system connectivity on Tuesday and Wednesday are believed to have been caused by malicious attacks on WSU’s network and information protection systems. Information Technology Services is working to determine the appropriate course of action to neutralize future attacks.
This award marks the eighth U.S. Department of Education GEAR UP grant received by WSU Tri-Cities since 2002. These awards have helped serve more than 30,000 students in middle and high schools in southeastern Washington.
The Tod and Maxine McClaskey Foundation has invested $2 million to establish an endowed chair in hospitality business management in the Carson College of Business at WSU Vancouver.
Taste wine and learn about WSU hands-on wine education at the Brelsford Visitor Center on Oct. 20, 4-8 p.m.
The test reached 20,451 students, faculty and staff within five minutes via text, phone call and email. The campus outdoor warning sirens and computer pop-up notification messages were also tested.
Spend quality time with your Cougar family before the game and take advantage of affordable food options, including Cougar Smokie Sausage, Cougar Gold mac and cheese, turkey and brisket sandwiches, hamburgers and more at the CUB before Saturday’s big game.
Apply by Oct. 31 for Alaska Airlines miles to travel to conferences and events in several focus areas.
Andrew Kass, vice president of product development, platforms and operations at Tableau Software, will speak about the company and its role in the data revolution at a lecture, 1-2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20.
Lambert Ngenzi wants to use what he is learning about geospatial analysis to help farmers in rural Africa conserve and manage vital water resources. He already has participated on an international research project improving water reservoirs in Ghana and Burkina Faso, a role he would have trouble envisioning for himself just a few years ago as a war refugee.
Five awards are presented annually to recognize outstanding contributions by WSU administrative professional and classified employees. Staff at all WSU locations are eligible to be nominated for these awards, which include $2,500 and a commemorative plaque from the WSU Foundation.
From hip-hop dance moves to black-light spin classes, check out the latest Halloween-themed fitness opportunities. University Recreation is even giving traditional pumpkin carving a bit of a new twist, with help from the Student Entertainment Board.
Joseph Cook, Economic Sciences, presents research on collecting water in rural Kenya, Oct. 18 at 3:10 p.m.
Dr. Scott Jasechko, University of Calgary, and CEREO present “The Age of Global Fresh Waters” on Oct. 19 at 1:30 p.m. in PACCAR 202.
Student speaker Fairuz Buajaila presents a seminar on “Evaluating grafting and integrated fertilizers for improved high tunnel tomato production in northwestern Washington.”
Three Washington State University researchers were recently honored by the Ecological Society of America.