Matthew Bumpus, who has been at WSU for 17 years, will take over as chair of WSU’s Department of Human Development on Jan. 1.
The university was enlisted by Gov. Jay Inslee to assist in storing the state’s vaccine supplies because of the availability of the needed ultra-cold freezer equipment.
The University’s plan includes an effort to test every student upon arrival in January whether they are living in the residence halls, the Greek system, or other off-campus housing.
Former student body president, student regent, and current Washington educator, Frost received WSU’s inaugural First‑Generation Alumni Excellence Award, presented by the Office of Academic Engagement.
“A Radio Christmas Carol,” a community holiday tradition based on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” presented by Re‑Imagined Radio, will return this Christmas Eve via radio rather than as a public performance.
Its implementation revolutionizes WSU’s fiscal and human resources operations. Employees will be able to log hours and vacation requests as well as manage grants and payroll systems in one place.
He is one of 175 academic innovators from across the world elected to Fellow status this year.
WSU employees will be required to use Workday to view their pay slips, track time worked, request and track their time off, manage their personal information, and more.
Washington State University students can apply online now through March 5 for a variety of awards to support their mentored research, scholarship, and creative activities in academic year 2021-22, said Mary Sanchez Lanier, assistant vice provost.
Ten finalist teams from 12 sections of the Washington State University’s First-Year Success Seminar/University 104 course presented apps on the theme of “resilience” at the third Adobe Creative Jam.
Five new WSU faculty positions have been created to help promote equity and diversity as part of WSU’s Racism and Social Inequality in the Americas cluster hire program.
The Social and Economic Sciences Research Center has surveyed more than a million people with mail, telephone, internet, or mixed-mode data collection.
Teaching underserved high school students in Indianapolis, Indiana sparked a passion that brought Jennifer Duckworth to the Evergreen State.
A majority of university operations and services will be unavailable from Dec. 28 through Dec. 31. The university will be closed entirely on Dec. 24 and 25 as well as on Jan. 1, 2021. Normal operations resume on Jan. 4.
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.
Updates on the University’s testing plans for the Spring 2021 semester as well as information on a new grading option were among the topics discussed during the final COVID‑19 town hall of the year.
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.