Distracted/impaired driving and other collision-causing violations focus of WSP emphasis patrols.
Projected completion of bridge repair project along popular route between Pullman and Puget Sound is taking longer than expected.
Peter Nolan sees his military experience and a degree in social sciences leading to a great career in the military or civilian law enforcement.
November Board of Regents meeting set for Pullman campus.
The collaborative agreement builds on long-standing cooperation between the organizations and looks to boost opportunities throughout the community.
Casavant honored for five decades of work addressing regional, national and international transportation challenges.
Three U.S. armed forces veteran guest speakers will attend ASWSU Student Veterans Committee’s Veterans Day Memorial Service to culminate Veterans Week at WSU.
It marks the second straight season the Cougar squad has been selected to the NCAA tournament and its 12th appearance overall.
Eight WSU Extension faculty members and their teams were honored for their community support by the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences.
The federally funded student success initiative Cougs Rise receives an additional $120,000 to support early faculty interaction with incoming first-year students.
Courtney Benjamin, a College of Education doctoral candidate, receives a one‑year fellowship to work with the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education.
The Town Halls 2018 series continues Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 6‑7, with a session for faculty, staff and students from WSU Spokane.
Nov. 6: Stanford University lecturer Victor Saad will present “The Future of Work and Learning” and lead two workshops for WSU employees and students.
She will oversee WSU’s budget operations as the university continues towards its goal of financial stability.
In a message to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz focuses on the thriving culture and value indigenous peoples bring to the university system.
The free, “gravity-bound extravaganza” will celebrate the fun side of science, at Webster Hall on Saturday.
Kostyukova will conduct research, starting in January, at the Center for Molecular Neurobiology at the University Medical Center in Hamburg, Germany.