With most students and faculty away for the summer, Pride Month can feel quiet on WSU campuses, but work continues to support LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, and community members.
The professor of educational psychology said he plans to build upon the work of his predecessors to provide strategic leadership that will promote and support the college’s research portfolio and external funding.
Juneteenth becomes an official Washington state holiday in 2022, providing symbolically important recognition of a pivotal moment in the nation’s promise of racial equality.
Lyon is taking his curiosity, along with three decades of academic experience, to a new position as interim chair in WSU’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences with a one‑year appointment.
Students, employees and visitors no longer have to attest to their current health status as part of an easing of the University’s COVID‑19 protocols.
Bond, associate dean of digital initiatives and special collections for the WSU Libraries, and McCarthy, professor of oboe and music history, were selected for their compelling—and complementary—plans for the center.
A valuable auto part was cut from a WSU vehicle that had sat largely idle on the Pullman campus during the pandemic and damage to a nearby truck also has been discovered.
The WSU Board of Regents recently approved the new $5 per semester fee to benefit the food bank after a student ballot measure drew 70% support.
Provost Elizabeth Chilton initiated the Cluster Hire in Racism and Social Inequality in the Americas program in 2020 to address systemic racism, and increase diversity and scholarship across the WSU system.
More than 350 U.S. colleges and universities have signed on for the challenge which is part of White House efforts to get at least one shot into 70% or more of U.S. adults before July 4.
All employees must declare themselves fully vaccinated in order to forgo face masks and physical distancing while at a WSU location.
Luz Maria Gordillo, a professor of history at WSU Vancouver, will take on the new role of assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusive excellence in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.
The policy changes, coupled with the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, allow WSU to welcome back all employees safely. The process of returning to physical work locations is expected to begin July 12.
Jeffrey Abbott was terrified of failing when he participated in the fourth ever Diagnostic Challenge in the fall of 1994. Now headed into its 30th year, Dr. Abbott will take the reins of the program from its founder Dr. Steve Hines.
The new policy, effective Thursday, follows the latest guidance from Gov. Jay Inslee, the Department of Labor and Industries and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The WSU community is commemorating the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder with reflection on the issues raised by the tragedy.
Requests from faculty are now being accepted for digital exam copies of Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation, the 2021-22 common reading book.