The test reached 20,451 students, faculty and staff within five minutes via text, phone call and email. The campus outdoor warning sirens and computer pop-up notification messages were also tested.
If the high number of cases reported in Australia is any indication, the U.S. could be in for a rough flu season in the months ahead. Patterns in the southern hemisphere help lay the groundwork for predicting what could happen when the virus establishes itself in North America, and health experts recommend getting your flu shot as soon as possible.
John Johnson, WSU’s senior associate director of athletics, will serve as interim director of intercollegiate athletics as a national search gets underway for a full-time replacement. A new website launched by the search committee is seeking public feedback.
Joe Cook, a faculty member in the School of Economic Sciences, and CEREO present “Are Nudges Moral Taxes? Evidence from a Field Experiment on Water Conservation” on Oct. 18, 3:10 p.m. in PACCAR 202.
Nurses in Washington need 45 hours of continuing education every three years to maintain their licenses, but that’s not easy to achieve for nurses working in rural or remote locations. That’s why the Washington State University College of Nursing is working with WSU’s Academic Outreach & Innovation group and WSU Extension to make continuing education more accessible to nurses everywhere.
Online services will continue to be available during the two-hour office closure for an all-staff meeting.
Morann Johnson and Sisouvanh “Sis” Keopanapay advise hundreds of undergraduates annually. They are credited with showing valuable investment in their students, working well with faculty and staff to ensure that students achieve their full potential, and exceeding expectations.
A new advising model implemented by Washington State University’s Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life is bringing about more face-time and better communication with its many member organizations.
Retired Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Scott Carson received the WSU Foundation’s highest honor during the 38th Annual Recognition Gala in Pullman, Sept. 28.
The new “Culture of Health” partnership unites thousands of communities in a 10-year effort to tackle the challenges they face when it comes to health.
The goal of the BIOAg solicitation is to engage WSU faculty to advance the development, understanding, and use of biologically-intensive, organic, and sustainable agriculture in Washington State.
One of the nation’s most dynamic and youngest college presidents will visit the WSU Pullman campus October 24 to discuss the ways in which students, faculty, and staff can cultivate their leadership skills.
Heather Redman, co-founder and managing partner of the Seattle-based Flying Fish Partners venture capital firm, is the newest member of the Washington State University Board of Regents.
New traffic signal cameras will be installed at two intersections along Stadium Way on Saturday, prompting lane restrictions.
Two hundred patrol officers in the Cleveland police department will undergo training to recognize their subconscious biases using a simulator developed by an assistant professor in the WSU College of Nursing.
A new federal grant will help WSU hire three post-doctoral students with disabilities to become academic researchers, with the goal of having them go on to faculty positions at major universities or leadership roles in federal research agencies and nonprofit foundations.
The complex promotes collaborative and interdisciplinary life sciences research regardless of department or college. Currently, the complex consists of the ﬁrst three of six interconnected life science research buildings: Vogel Plant Sciences, Biotechnology and Life Sciences, and Veterinary and Biomedical Research.