WSU scientists were recognized by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers for their research exploring how machines can quickly shake apples out of trees, then safely catch and harvest them.
The shutdown resulted from the overwhelming logistical and expertise demands of operating a call back service available to an increasingly growing population.
The displays and presentations were set up in the lobby of the DSHS Mount Vernon Community Service Office and reached more than 350 people.
The new position reflects additional responsibilities overseeing WSU’s three Spokane-based colleges.
Participants engage in problem-solving work groups and develop networks with peers while gaining an inside look at CUPA-HR’s operations and structure.
The annual field day on July 11 in Mount Vernon is a free event, open to the public, and includes tours, presentations and a free barbecue dinner.
Faculty who are considering using the book in classes for first-year and other students can request a copy online.
A long-time leader in the work of inclusion and community building, Allen Sutton has been hired as the executive director for outreach and education in Community, Equity and Inclusive Excellence. He will begin his new duties on July 15.
The University District Gateway Bridge is expected to spur new development that complements the research and scholarship taking place on the WSU Health Sciences campus.
He is the newest recipient of the Animal Physiology and Endocrinology Award from the American Society of Animal Science.
Former evening news anchor Shaniqua Manning is using what she learned from WSU’s online strategic communication’s master’s program to excel in her new career leading communications for the Boeing 747 and 767 airplane programs.
The students are receiving hands‑on learning experiences taught by health care providers, faculty at WSU Health Sciences Spokane and health sciences college students as part of the 24th annual Na‑ha‑shnee Summer Institute.
Domanic Thomas will be responsible for the holistic development of students, providing programs and services that empower them to realize their educational goals and personal potential. He will begin his position Aug. 8.
This year’s national Goldwater pool included more than 1,200 students nominated by 443 academic institutions.
In Japan, a diehard Coug has found that the WSU fight song is a great way to teach his daughter English.
The Cook Endowed Chair was established in 1997 to deliver innovative research and teaching that benefits the state’s wheat growers.
The $5.5 million project marks the fraternity’s 100th anniversary at WSU and echoes the white-pillared design of the original chapter house.