No one knows yet what this winter will bring but more than two dozen full-time and seasonal employees are ready to do their best to keep the Pullman campus as accessible as possible in the face of severe weather.
For her accomplishments as an undergraduate, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) honored Hilary Zuniga as its gonfalon bearer in the winter 2019 commencement ceremony at WSU Pullman.
WSU athletes helped host the annual Butch’s Bash, a free holiday season event for children of all ages in the Pullman community.
With nearly 25,000 community members now using MFA, and close to 300 more joining each hour, Information Technology Services (ITS) is already looking forward to the next phase coming later this spring.
WSU Insider is taking a break to join the rest of the university community in celebrating the holiday season and the new year. We will be back the morning of Jan. 2 with fresh posts and all the latest WSU information.
Bullying, and at times even physical abuse, were not uncommon during Bella Butcher’s high school tenure – the realities of growing up gay in rural Oklahoma. Now, in her freshman year at WSU, Butcher is looking to help others navigating a similar path.
Roxanne Moore, a doctoral student in the mathematics and science education program, has been given a one‑year fellowship to work with the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE).
Ericka Huggins, human rights activist, poet, educator, Black Panther leader and former political prisoner, will be the keynote speaker for the 2020 Washington State University and University of Idaho Women’s Leadership Conference.
WSU and UI Extension’s Family Foresters Workshop, to be held Friday, Jan. 24, 2020, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, strengthens the skills of consulting foresters, state-employed service foresters, and other professionals serving forest owners.
The need for a diverse workforce in STEM fields remains strong and some industry leaders are investing in WSU’s Team Mentoring Program (TMP) to help increase their pool of candidates.
WSU will host a soil acidity workshop featuring top experts sharing what we currently know about soil acidity in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
For three years, Sunnyside Elementary School has opened its doors for WSU students to collaborate not only with their students, but also with the parents.
The College of Education’s sport management program is teaming up with WSU Everett to host the Careers in Sport Fair on the Everett campus today from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The workshop will cover research-based insights on managing soil biology, the role of soil microbes in nutrient cycling and crop rotation, soil carbon, and diversifying dryland cropping system.
The sale of WSU cheeses and meat enables student employees to have paying part‑time jobs, gaining valuable experience in their field or just the opportunity to learn more about the food they consume.
Michael Cleveland spends his days evaluating addiction and substance abuse prevention and working to understand why people relapse into addiction. But starting Jan. 1, 2020, Cleveland will take on more responsibilities as chair of WSU’s Department of Human Development.
Lillie Xi Max Williams, who graduated last week with a double degree in digital technologies and culture and strategic communication, took first place in the undergraduate category of the Science Coalition’s Fund It Forward Student Video Challenge.