Mark O’English, researcher and writer for Marvel Entertainment and WSU Libraries’ Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections archivist, is the featured speaker on Feb. 5.
WSU remains ahead of schedule in its three‑year push to erase what had been a $30 million annual operating deficit.
In the 2018 season, the Cougs finished with a No. 10 final AP ranking, a fourth straight bowl‑game berth, and a school record 11 wins.
Charles Bangley, a postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, researches the movement ecology of coastal sharks and rays.
The Okta system will provide more robust security tools and resources when accessing WSU data and applications.
The New York Times bestselling author Michael Gurian will discuss how current policies might be influencing boys having higher rates of suicide, dropouts, and drug use.
Sheikh Nijam Ali received his Ph.D. in December and has authored or coauthored more than 20 IEEE publications, holds a U.S. patent with Mitsubishi, and serves as a reviewer of several professional journals.
WSU alumna Mo Zhang, who earned her Ph.D. in 2012 from the College of Education, will receive the Bradley Hanson Award for contributions to educational measurement.
The board also authorized WSU President Kirk Schulz to settle a lawsuit connected to a potential data breach that occurred following the theft of a university hard drive in 2017.
The partnership already has led to more than $1,000 in donations to the WSU Tri-Cities Veterans Center for support and other services.
The WSU community is invited to participate in composing the next Strategic Plan, which will guide the university through 2024.
Amy Roth McDuffie, a mathematics professor with the College of Education, has been recognized by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators with its 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award.
Interested students must RSVP online by Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The unified, systemwide service desk is hosted by Information Technology Services and will launch Monday, Jan. 28.
The special correspondent and former All Things Considered co‑host will deliver the April 3 keynote address and receive the 2019 Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism.
Selected by a committee of peers, the honor designates Palmer as the outstanding veterinary medical researcher of the year.
The endowed chair supports WSU’s teaching and research in the fundamentals of power engineering, including electromagnetics, controls, communication theory, high voltage materials and practice.