The Student Recreation Center on the WSU Pullman campus will be closed for a deep cleaning Aug. 1-7.
The University is working with outside consultants to form a plan for how pedestrians and motorists can exist harmoniously in the future when financial resources are once again available.
The science clearly shows that the COVID-19 vaccine nearly eliminates the chances of death or serious illness related to a COVID-19 infection and is a critical element in protecting public health locally and worldwide.
Work on the iconic Pullman eatery’s new on‑campus location is underway. It is expected to open this fall.
Design, printing and mailing services for students, faculty, and staff at Washington State University can now be found in one centralized location.
The goal is to be able to accept most catering requests by Nov. 1. In the meantime, departments should continue to reach out to see what’s possible based on staffing and schedule.
Professor and plant scientist Doreen Main will again lead Washington State University’s Department of Horticulture. She returned as interim chair of the department on July 16.
Shain Wright, a second year student in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education doctoral program, was selected to serve a one‑year term as WSU’s student regent.
The academy has named WSU faculty for its incoming board president and three new board members. Seven faculty will also become members of the WSAS 2021 class.
The campus continues to make strides in its water conservation efforts, an initiative that dates back more than three decades.
The College of Education named two faculty members, Katherine Rodela and Amir Gilmore, as associate deans of equity and inclusion.
WSU’s Health Equity Research Center awarded seed grants to five research teams that will explore health equity issues with potential to draw major funding for further research.
With most WSU campuses beginning the return to workplace transition, daily and hourly parking options as well as other alternatives are available for those who aren’t sure yet whether they’ll need a regular parking permit.
WSU employees returning to campuses and worksites can do so without having to wear masks or distance from coworkers if they are fully vaccinated against COVID‑19 and declare their status in Workday.
More than 25 large-enrollment courses at WSU are getting makeovers this summer thanks to redesign grants distributed through the provost’s office.
When Washington State University Libraries open July 12, emergency temporary access to their print holdings contained within the HathiTrust Digital Library will end.
Annual parking permits for the WSU Pullman campus are available for renewal now through July 11 and general sales begin July 20.