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.
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.
All members of the WSU community are invited to attend this year’s Fall Commencement, a virtual affair that kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Pullman business community in particular has been hit hard during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
More students will be living in WSU’s residence halls during spring semester, placing an increased importance on making sure they feel connected with each other.
At WSU’s recent Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summit, participants told stories about how the pandemic had laid bare inequities in their communities.
The Modernization Initiative has prepared a checklist of items for all WSU faculty and staff to complete when the Workday system becomes available on Dec. 16.
The gift will continue to support the costs of running the Cougar Cupboard and provide food to WSU Tri‑Cities students and their families next year.
The online event will provide updates on topics ranging from the new No Record COVID grading policy to the latest information about the number of COVID‑19 cases on the WSU Pullman campus.
Retention rates increased at three of the four WSU campuses this year that admit first‑time, full‑time freshmen students.
WSU’s newest vice provost talks about his journey to WSU and some of his more interesting life adventures, including attending school with President Barack Obama, in this short Q&A.
Butler will begin as interim dean Jan. 1. He has served as a faculty member in the Department of English since 2003 and currently serves as associate dean for faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Six individuals hired for or promoted to University leadership positions during the past two years were formally congratulated Nov. 19 by President and First Lady Kirk and Noel Schulz during the Crimson Coat Ceremony.