Deadline for submissions to the weeklong celebration of scholarly achievement among WSU students, faculty and staff is Jan. 16.
The findings were inconclusive, but commission leaders call it a good start.
The “Yes, It’s Possible” campaign will continue through spring and features digital marketing along with other targeted advertising aimed at potential college students.
The revisions are the result of a comprehensive review that WSU President Kirk Schulz authorized in fall 2016.
Whistleblowers are entitled to protection from reprisal or retaliatory action.
November Board of Regents meeting set for Pullman campus.
The collaborative agreement builds on long-standing cooperation between the organizations and looks to boost opportunities throughout the community.
The federally funded student success initiative Cougs Rise receives an additional $120,000 to support early faculty interaction with incoming first-year students.
The Town Halls 2018 series continues Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 6‑7, with a session for faculty, staff and students from WSU Spokane.
She will oversee WSU’s budget operations as the university continues towards its goal of financial stability.
In a message to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz focuses on the thriving culture and value indigenous peoples bring to the university system.
Lisa Keohokalole Schauer is president of PointNorth Consulting and chair of the WSU Vancouver Advisory Council.
The Town Halls 2018 series continues Tuesday, Oct. 30, with a session for faculty, staff and students from WSU Tri‑Cities.
To prevent cuts to WSU Libraries’ journals subscriptions, the president and provost designated $150,000 to the libraries’ budget.
A series of community forums are scheduled beginning Wednesday, Oct. 24, to welcome candidates.
Beyond future employment and education, the partnership aims to increase study abroad and service learning opportunities.
Joan King, who helped WSU transition through three presidents, weather state budget cuts and rein in systemwide overspending, will retire Oct. 19.