Any tenured, tenure-track and career-track faculty member with at least three years of teaching service at WSU is welcome to self-nominate and apply.
Attendance at all WSU athletic competitions will be restricted to competing student-athletes, coaches, officials, other essential personnel and credential media members until further notice.
The Distinguished Faculty Address, Celebrating Excellence Banquet and Emeritus Society Legacy of Excellence Lecture will be rescheduled for this fall. The State of the University and the Three‑Minute Thesis competition will both be conducted online.
WSU’s five physical campuses and other locations across the state will remain open during this period to provide for continued business operations. Residential, dining and healthcare facilities in Pullman will remain open.
The new start date will allow more time for testing the university-wide system that will be used for such critical functions as finance, payroll, human resources and post-award grants management.
WSU Everett will transition its in‑person classes and exams to an online format beginning Monday, March 9 through March 13. The campus and Everett University Center will remain open and staff members should report as normal.
Regents are also planning to attend a groundbreaking celebration for WSU Tri-Cities’ new Academic Building, located across from the Consolidated Information Center.
WSU custodial staff will use COVID‑19 sanitation guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Washington State Department of Health for routine cleaning, including common touch surfaces.
Virtual and face-to-face trainings to support faculty in adapting their courses to be delivered from a distance will be held three times daily, beginning Thursday, March 5.
Washington State University Everett and the Everett University Facility are closed until Monday for a deep cleaning out of an abundance of caution.
Although academic operations currently are continuing uninterrupted, the Provost’s Office is urging faculty and instructors to begin reviewing options in the event of future disruptions related to the spread of COVID-19.
At this time, Washington State University urges all members of the university community to reconsider international travel plans.
The institute’s goal is to enhance the resilience of the power grid to withstand all hazards, including natural disasters and malicious threats.
The 40,000‑square‑foot building will house a suite of teaching laboratories, classrooms, collaborative meeting spaces, study spaces and a grand staircase with open seating for lectures and presentations.
WSU’s inaugural Student Veterans Symposium, scheduled for March 5 on the Tri‑Cities campus, will examine the unique needs of veterans and develop an action plan to help foster their success.
Three areas of concern will be examined, including possible issues of gender bias, any improper influence or pressure surrounding the decision to terminate the appointment, and the role that the consulting firm Ideas for Action, LLC played in the decision.
The Administrative Professional Advisory Council openings include one Pullman council position for a three‑year term and seven alternate one‑year‑term positions.