This appointment will be a return to familiar territory for Kruger. He started at WSU in 2004, spending 11 years in Wenatchee as part of the Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources.
Abstracts of research and creative work submitted by faculty, staff and graduate students for the poster sessions have been made available in a searchable format on the Showcase website.
Among other things, WSU will use a phone app to help with critically important contact tracing in the event of positive COVID-19 tests involving students, faculty or staff this fall, WSU President Kirk Schulz announced Friday during the university’s fifth online town hall.
Amit Dhingra sees leading Washington State University’s Department of Horticulture as an opportunity to give back. Dhingra, a WSU professor of 14 years, starts his two-year term July 1.
Faculty can request a Kanopy film by filling out a purchase request form for any title they plan to use in class or for educational purposes.
A new FAQ and sample template are now available to help units across the WSU system develop plans for a 10% reduction in spending in the coming fiscal year.
The virtual event will be broadcast live beginning at 11 a.m. on YouTube. Questions can be submitted ahead of time using an online submission form.
Ting Chi arrived at WSU in 2008, and has been the AMDT graduate coordinator for six years. As chair, he will continue to teach classes and do research.
The deadline for submitting feedback is close of business Wednesday, May 20. The draft guidance can be found on the Office of Research website.
The exercise will prepare the university for expected cuts in state funding due to declining revenues following the outbreak of the COVID‑19 virus.
An endowed deanship in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, and an endowed directorship in Cougar Athletics, are being established thanks to a generous future gift intention from Bruce Amundson and Julie Parker.
The Pullman plan will identify the strengths, resources, and opportunities that exist on the Pullman campus and describe strategies for using these to help WSU achieve some of its high-level goals.
WSU Interim Provost Bryan Slinker, Vice President for Research Christopher J. Keane, and other WSU leaders will share updates on issues of particular interest to faculty, staff, and graduate students.
Ongoing planning efforts across the WSU system were discussed at‑length during the fourth COVID‑19 virtual town hall Friday. The entire presentation can be viewed online.
Restaurants can resume in-house dining at 50% capacity under Phase 2 and hair and nail salons are allowed to open. In-store purchases will also be allowed at retail stores with restrictions.
The certificate program is designed to help WSU faculty further enhance and document their skills and success in the distance delivery environment.
The Board voted to establish a Bachelor of Science in Viticulture and Enology degree as well as a Master of Science in Kinesiology degree at their virtual meeting on May 8.