Her nominator praised her for her Cougar Spirit, for anticipating needs and exceeding expectations, and providing superior customer service.
Stories about ghosts and the unexplained are common across the Pullman campus, but few are as spine-tingling as the mysterious encounters in Bryan Hall.
The Advisory Committee on the Arts is in its final week of gathering feedback from students, faculty, staff and administrators on their interest and involvement in the arts.
As winter weather approaches, faculty and staff are encouraged to be aware of personnel processes for periods of inclement weather and for the possibility of suspended operations.
Cornelius Adewale, doctoral student and sustainable agriculture pioneer at WSU’s School of the Environment, is the third WSU recipient of the $100,000 prize in the past six years. His research focuses on improving the environmental impact of agriculture while producing more food.
Ph.D. student Mohammad Mahfuzur Rahman presents a plant pathology seminar on wheat blast at 4:10 p.m. today, Oct. 30, in Johnson Hall 343.
Thomas Preston, C. O. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Political Science at WSU, will discuss the current state of the North Korean nuclear program and the security challenges it poses for the U.S. and regional allies. Noon, Oct. 31, Foley Speaker’s Room, 308 Bryan Hall on the Pullman campus.
The 25th annual WSU Jazz Festival is set for Wednesday, Nov. 1, and includes free afternoon concerts at the Kimbrough Music Building on the Pullman campus.
Russell Michaelsen didn’t graduate from the WSU College of Nursing until he was nearly 50, after working as a medical lab tech, logger, commercial fisherman, hunting guide, and builder. As a nurse, he added inventor to that list of vocations. His company, based in the Health Education & Research Building on the WSU Spokane campus, specializes in development of products designed to prevent infections.
The five-year, $750,000 grant will support physicist Brian Collins and his team of graduate and undergraduate students in their research developing and testing new resonant X-ray scattering techniques that reveal how organic, carbon-based molecules assemble, orient and conform into nanostructures.
The Washington Council of the American Institute of Architecture presented the Troy Hall renovation project with its Civic Design award. The focus of the renovation was to retain the building’s historic feel and brick exterior while creating a modern academic teaching and interactive research environment.
Facilities Services will be working at the intersection of Stadium Way and Nevada Street on Saturday, October 28, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Learn safe driving practices in a Thursday, Nov. 2, training session that’s required for anyone who rents a full-sized van from the WSU Motor Pool.
Designed as a supplemental fund, the mini grant is intended to match departmental spending on training and development opportunities for Administrative Professional employees. The maximum individual grant is $250.
The research team developed a sophisticated electrochemical scaffold that could help curb the spread of deadly drug-resistant bacterial wound infections. The e-scaffold creates an electrical current that produces a low and constant concentration of hydrogen peroxide, which allows better antibiotic penetration and efficacy against bacteria.
WSU ITS, in collaboration with Frontier Communications, is changing all (approximately 70) Pullman campus CentraNet phones to uniformly use ‘7’ for outside access for making local and long distance calls from these phones.
With over 350 registered student organizations on the Pullman campus, WSU relies on many faculty, staff and graduate students to advise these groups.