As registration for the spring semester gets underway, students are encouraged to look at the Interfaith calendar to help them consider how their classes might impact their spiritual and secular practices.
Lisa Guerrero, a professor of comparative ethnic studies, will provide leadership to academic affairs in implementing WSU’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
WSU urges students, faculty and staff to closely follow the state’s latest directives for protecting public health during the holiday season.
Following recommendations from student groups, the regents approved a reduction of the Services and Activities Fee for WSU Pullman and WSU Tri‑Cities students during their meeting Friday.
Backed by a more‑than‑$3 million fund, the new chair will work with Washington’s potato industry to manage soil health and protect the vital ecosystem that allows farmers to grow healthy, high quality potatoes.
Participants in the Motivating Innovation and Research Achievement program will receive $12,000 for tuition for four academic years plus $4,000 for summer research with a faculty member.
Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities will sign a new agreement on Monday, Nov. 16, that will create a seamless pathway for students to complete their first two years at CBC and transfer to WSU Tri-Cities.
The WSU community is invited to two online COVID‑19 town halls on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The events will include an update on spring semester plans and brief presentations about WSU COVID‑19 research.
He was chosen to lead WSU’s systemwide enrollment management team following a nationwide search. Oba most recently served as associate vice president of academic and student affairs for the University of Alaska system.
Angie Klimko, who has served as director of TRIO Student Support Services on the Pullman campus for four years, has been named the director of First at WSU.
The comprehensive testing program for the Pullman and Health Sciences Spokane campuses will include robust testing procedures among other measures to keep communities safe.
As director, Lewis will support a broad range of Washington industries and endeavors, including food and fuel crops, forestry, animal agriculture, water resources and more.
The expected actions include establishing a Department of Community and Behavioral Health within the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, and approving revised services and activities fees for this year.
The program will save residents from Umatilla County thousands in tuition costs. Currently, in‑state residents pay $13,647 per year in tuition, compared to the $21,118 tuition cost for non‑residents.
The university received the cash benefit by refunding a portion of its existing bond debt and plans to set that money aside to deal with operational and financial impacts of the ongoing COVID‑19 pandemic.
John Peters, director of WSU’s Institute of Biological Chemistry, will take the reins of the university’s NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program from Michael Kahn.
The program has helped more than 35,000 students in their quest to attend college since it was founded in 2002.