Regents met for a series of hybrid in-person and virtual meetings May 6-7 on the campus of WSU Health Sciences Spokane.
The intention behind the new website is to unite WSU’s web assets relating to veteran and military-affiliated students, leading users to system and campus-specific information from a central location.
If approved, the plan would keep the Department of Athletics on track with deficit-reduction goals for financial reserves and retiring long‑term debt.
Close to 400 students are registered to participate in a drive‑through graduation celebration and over 100 students have signed up to participate in the virtual graduation celebration.
An interim leader is expected to be announced before Dean André‑Denis Wright leaves WSU at the end of June for his new role as senior vice president and provost at University of Oklahoma.
Revenue generated from this request will support mental health, housing, and food insecurity services for students. It will also provide additional tuition waivers for students who are having difficulties paying for college.
Pingel, a Murrow College of Communication faculty member, won the award which recognizes the innovative application of an existing technology to transform teaching and learning in the classroom.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination for the 2021-22 academic year will be required for all students engaging in activities at a WSU campus or location, and the intent is to extend the requirement to all employees and volunteers. Exemptions will be allowed for medical, religious, or personal reasons.
Formerly under the Office of the Provost, WSU’s unit dedicated to building and maintaining relationships with industry partners will be headed by Alex Pietsch in his role as executive director of corporate engagement.
Aaron Whelchel is the 2021 winner of the award which recognizes WSU faculty members teaching Global Campus courses who employ best practices to engage, inspire and support students in an online environment.
In just three years, WSU turned a $30 million annual operating deficit into a nearly $30 million surplus, helping to start replenishing depleted reserves as it deals with the unprecedented challenges posed by the global pandemic.
How to dig fire lines and safely work around fire engines in the forest environment are some of the skills WSU undergraduate students will learn in Wildland Fire Ecology and Management.
Today’s verdict is a critical moment in a long overdue addressing of the systemic racism and historical injustices that continue to persist in our country.
The results of the survey will help WSU to better compare itself against other universities and guide future efforts to improve the undergraduate experience.
One award is designed to acknowledge professors who have recently published, and the other supports the professional development of faculty.
Realistic 3D printed heart components and a tool that can rapidly grow cancer-fighting T cells are among the projects being supported by a group of passionate WSU graduates.
An anthology edited by John Freeman, Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation, features essays, short stories, and poems about class, socioeconomic, and racial inequalities in the U.S.