WSU first‑year students and seniors will receive an email today from President Kirk Schulz to ask them to take the National Survey for Student Engagement to help shape future programming at the University.
Fitness is for everyone. That’s the theme of this year’s Disability Awareness Symposium, which is being held virtually March 29–April 2.
The Student Legal Research Association will help evaluate arrest data from WSU’s police department as part of measures to address racial disparity in arrests on the Pullman campus.
The format was different, but the excitement was the same. In the end, Grant Ely from the College of Nursing won Washington State University’s Three Minute Thesis, which took place on March 24.
Faculty from across the WSU system are developing new free course materials that save students thousands of dollars in textbook costs each semester.
Put away at the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic, the giant TV on the main floor of the CUB is back, another sign the Pullman campus is returning to life.
The film festival, called Reels with All the Feels, continues this month with “Ballet After Dark” on March 26 and “Disclosure” on March 31, which is also Trans Day of Visibility.
Milica Radanovic, a biology PhD student, is among 23 graduate students selected nationwide by the Ecological Society of America to speak with Congress about the importance of funding scientific research.
President Kirk Schulz and Provost Elizabeth Chilton shared their insights into the ongoing development of the OneWSU system plan during the 2021 State of the University event Tuesday.
The SBDC has been awarded the 2021 Economic Development Advocate of the Year award from the Washington Economic Development Association.
The month‑long NSSE campaign gives students the opportunity to report on how well WSU is engaging undergraduates in their academic community.
The support from Bob Ferguson, a physicist and former deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy, is an initial step in the launch of a future energy institute led by WSU Tri‑Cities.
All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to register to attend the annual event, which features the theme, “The Power of a Veteran-Ready College.”
WSU President Kirk Schulz will open with a brief recap of the university’s top achievements from the past year; then, he will join Provost Elizabeth Chilton for a fireside chat about the future of the WSU system.
A Student Veterans Awareness training for English 101 faculty members is helping build awareness and understanding for a unique student population.
Brayton, chair of WSU’s Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology department, will receive one of Purdue University’s highest alumni honors at a virtual alumni celebration tonight.
WSU Vancouver’s Bias Response Team has developed a resource guide on anti-Asian and Pacific Islander violence.