A long-time leader in the work of inclusion and community building, Allen Sutton has been hired as the executive director for outreach and education in Community, Equity and Inclusive Excellence. He will begin his new duties on July 15.
New network security measures coming in December will change how employees and students access WSU business applications.
President Kirk Schulz invites the WSU community to reflect and celebrate on the profound ways indigenous people have influenced America’s development and enriched our culture.
A 15‑member search committee that includes faculty, staff, and student representation from throughout the WSU system has been selected to lead the search for the university’s next provost.
As a private citizen, employees are free to lobby or support candidates, issues and campaigns. But you must do so on your own time, with your own resources, and while making it clear that you are not speaking on behalf of Washington State University.
Montoya will continue to focus on her research in organizational innovation, while supporting the college’s corporate engagement efforts and her Advancing Women in Leadership initiative.
Two WSU faculty members used funding from Affordable Learning Grants to develop free, user-friendly online textbooks for their students.
More than 650 members of the WSU community took part in a day-long visioning conference on Monday to discuss topics such as the university’s core purpose and values.
Conference participants across the WSU system will discuss the direction of the university’s statewide enterprise for the next five years.
WSU faculty, staff, and students not affiliated with an academic college are invited to join President Kirk Schulz for a town hall on Oct. 23 in Pullman.
Dylan Bugden, who this spring joined the Department of Sociology as an assistant professor, is an expert in environmental conflict and the sociology of energy systems.
Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to register by the end of the week for the Oct. 28 system‑wide visioning conference that will focus on the direction of the university’s statewide enterprise for the next five years.
WSU is among the first public universities in the nation to put its online campus into the same chancellor-level leadership structure as traditional physical campuses.
WSU faculty, staff, and students from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences are invited to join President Kirk Schulz on Oct. 14 for a town hall in Pullman.
Construction crews will continue work on the new Plant Sciences Building a few months longer than originally planned in order to complete its top two floors.
WSU faculty, staff, and students from the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture are invited to join President Kirk Schulz on Oct. 8 for a town hall in Pullman.
As chair, French will lead TAC in carrying out its duties, serve as a member of the GRE Research Committee, and provide a TAC update at the GRE board meetings.