WSU President Kirk Schulz and Provost Elizabeth Chilton will participate in a question-and-answer session during the meeting, which begins at 1 p.m.
Supported by the professorship, Squires will serve as the Engineering Technology Management Program’s graduate studies committee chair, leading efforts to refresh its core competencies.
The hour‑long town hall begins at 4 p.m. Topics include WSU’s COVID‑19 testing efforts, the fall 2020 semester so far, and available services for students including academic advising, tutoring and mental health support.
WSU grad Sandy Williams, editor and publisher of The Black Lens newspaper, reflects on how momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement seems different this time.
The series of 18 virtual meetings will be hosted throughout the WSU system by President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton this fall.
Diagnostic COVID‑19 testing will be available on the Pullman campus Wednesday through Friday as WSU’s efforts to expand capacity continue.
WSU is kicking off the 2020-21 Visiting Writers Series with two online events led by Taryn Fagerness, a publishing industry veteran and former editor of the University’s literary magazine.
The Division of Student Affairs has teamed up with students to promote behaviors that help keep the Cougar community at‑large healthy.
A coordinated system of mobile services and then a fixed site will begin providing symptomatic, diagnostic testing as part of WSU’s effort to help manage the impacts of the global pandemic.
A library orientation for new WSU faculty and staff is planned for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, through the Human Resource Services’ Skillsoft online learning system.
As a new and unusual school year gets underway, the WSU Insider figured it would be an ideal time to feature a question from the Ask Dr. Universe archives that is likely on the minds of both students and faculty.
This year's event will explore research efforts to decarbonize Washington’s most influential economic sectors. It will take place on on Sept. 17 via Zoom. Registration closes on Sept. 10.
Viebrock has worked hard to assist women growers with the unique challenges they face. Her flagship educational program for women in agriculture, Women, Farms & Food, now spans six states.
The near-empty Pullman campus was an unusual sight for the opening of a new academic year, but it doesn’t mean students, faculty and staff aren’t already hard at work.
The College of Arts and Sciences launched the new bachelor of arts program this fall to help meet global demand for skilled professionals in health, social and environmental sciences, and public policy.
The event will be streamed on Sept. 11 via the Ruckelshaus Center’s YouTube channel. It will feature two former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrators, Lisa P. Jackson and William K. Reilly.
Hannah Thayer began thinking of design as a career choice when she visited a women's shelter in Kenya in 2014. She has followed her passion ever since and is now pursuing a master’s degree in interior design.