A new era of cooperation between WSU and Pullman began Tuesday with a formal agreement to work toward a vibrant and welcoming downtown.
The Stay Home, Stay Healthy order now extends through May 4. The university will remain open on a limited basis while hosting classes virtually and encouraging many employees to continue working remotely.
Leid, a native of eastern Washington and 1983 graduate of the College of Pharmacy, has extensive experience as a pharmacist and researcher both in the United States and France. He begins his new role on July 1.
WSU leaders are hosting a second virtual town hall at 11 a.m. Friday, April 10 on YouTube to share university updates and answer questions regarding the evolving COVID‑19 situation.
Philanthropic relief funding is available for Washington State University students attending classes on any WSU campus who are experiencing financial emergencies related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Koithan was chosen after a nationwide search and has more than 30 years of academic and leadership experience in nursing. She replaces Mel Haberman, who has served as interim dean for the College of Nursing since March 2019.
Around 250 students submitted nearly 200 abstracts summarizing their work and results from mentored research, scholarship and creative pursuits.
Traditional May commencement ceremonies will be postponed until at least August at all WSU campuses, President Kirk Schulz announced in an email sent to students today.
In response to the high volume of WSU students, faculty and staff who work with healthcare and other sensitive information, Information Technology Services now offers a better teleconferencing experience.
WSU announces that applications and nominations for the Richard G. Law Excellence Award for Undergraduate Teaching will be accepted through Mon., March 30, and for the Smith Teaching and Learning Grant through Wed., April 1.
The WSU Libraries on the Pullman campus closed as of Sunday, March 22, due to the evolving environment surrounding COVID-19. All other state university libraries have already closed, as have the vast majority of research libraries in the United States and Canada.
University leadership will share WSU’s latest plans in response to COVID-19 during a system-wide online town hall at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 27.
The WSU Libraries will make alterations to its normal procedures while still providing and maintaining services as much as possible.
The decision is part of WSU’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health emergency and in accordance with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s temporary statewide shutdown of public facilities and recreational centers, including museums.
The revised draft incorporates feedback provided by about 400 individuals from the statewide WSU community during the recent open comment period.
Any tenured, tenure-track and career-track faculty member with at least three years of teaching service at WSU is welcome to self-nominate and apply.
The Regents also authorized a ten‑year lease for space on the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences campus in Yakima for the College of Nursing’s educational program.