Two hundred patrol officers in the Cleveland police department will undergo training to recognize their subconscious biases using a simulator developed by an assistant professor in the WSU College of Nursing.
After 38 years with WSU, artist Tim Doebler’s creations have become interwoven throughout the university. Commemorative and recognition placards in building lobbies. A stone monument on Terrell Mall. Finely crafted tokens of appreciation awarded to University leaders and supporters. And, of course, the ornate university mace, a fixture at every convocation and commencement.
A new federal grant will help WSU hire three post-doctoral students with disabilities to become academic researchers, with the goal of having them go on to faculty positions at major universities or leadership roles in federal research agencies and nonprofit foundations.
The first presentation of the university’s new Presidential Innovation and Outreach Speakers Series will feature Judith Giordan, co-founder of the Chemical Angels Network and an entrepreneur and former Fortune 100 executive. The presentation is set for 3:30 p.m. Monday, October 9, in Fulmer Hall, Room 201, on the Pullman campus.
Faculty members Meredith Arksey violin, Ruth Boden cello, Jeffrey Savage piano, will perform three works: Joseph Haydn’s Trio No. 39 in G Major, nicknamed the “Gypsy” with its iconic Rondo a l’Ongarese, Enrique Arbόs’ “Three Pieces in the Spanish Style” and Felix Mendelssohn’s D Minor Trio.
The official WSU mascot can trace its origins to an October 25, 1919 football upset over the heavily favored California Bears.
Steve Hines from Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology and Radha Nandagopal from the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine were recognized as Provost Featured Faculty Members on Sept. 29
Guy Palmer, who served as founding director of the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, was honored Sept. 28 with the Washington State University Alumni Achievement Award. The award recognizes and honors alumni who have given significant service to WSU and outstanding contributions to community and profession.
Caitlyn Bletscher on the experiences of two different communities faced with the challenges of resettlement in the United States
Lecture on “Recycling of Electronics and the Need to Find a Long-Term Solution,” Oct. 3, 4:30 p.m.
Friday night’s 30-27 upset win over fifth-ranked USC thrust WSU into a national limelight that continued to shine throughout the weekend as the Cougars climbed to No. 11 on the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. A sampling of reactions, from ESPN to the Washington Post, suggests others are discovering what Cougar Nation already knew has been building on the Palouse.
The complex promotes collaborative and interdisciplinary life sciences research regardless of department or college. Currently, the complex consists of the ﬁrst three of six interconnected life science research buildings: Vogel Plant Sciences, Biotechnology and Life Sciences, and Veterinary and Biomedical Research.
Win weekly prizes with daily cyber trivia questions from ITS throughout October.
During the month of November, the Public Employees Benefits Board will hold its Annual Open Enrollment. This month-long event is the one time a year that WSU employees can change or update their medical or dental benefits for the upcoming year.
A cold is associated with the brisk weather of winter – that’s how the illness gets its name. Why, then, did the virus hit students, faculty and staff when temperatures were in the 80s as the fall semester began?
The call went out to the day room at the Union Gospel Mission men’s shelter in Spokane: “Hey, we need somebody who can butcher up some animals.”
City of Everett, Snohomish County and Washington State University have won a 2017 sustainability award from the Puget Sound Regional Council for WSU Everett.