Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson will be joined by WSU President Kirk Schulz and other local officials to discuss the community's ongoing response to COVID‑19 at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
The university has established an “academic hotline” for WSU Pullman students, faculty and staff. The hotline is available to provide information, resources and referrals to those with academic-related questions and issues.
Mobile WiFi hotspots and Chromebook laptops will be available this fall for Washington State University students who do not have adequate equipment to participate in online instruction.
The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center will reopen Monday, Aug. 10 with modified hours, curbside service and physical distancing guidelines for visitors.
Faculty who already placed requests have been contacted with alternative options, which include requesting that the libraries purchase the item in electronic format if possible.
During the closure, the libraries will still provide a large suite of remote services. The most up-to-date information on access options and available services can be found on the libraries’ remote resources and guidance website.
Arliegh Cayanan, a fourth-year College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences student, will serve as the next student regent on the WSU Board of Regents.
An expert in comparative criminal justice and criminological theory, Melanie-Angela Neuilly began a three‑year term as chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology on Aug. 1.
A gift from the Paul Lauzier Foundation is delivering much‑needed space and equipment for hands‑on student learning at the center.
The university's Police Chief Bill Gardner is initiating several steps to address racial bias in policing on the WSU Pullman campus, including convening a community workgroup.
Beginning the evening of Aug. 4, Multi‑Factor Authentication will be required for more than 90 departmental and university-wide applications including Blackboard, Zoom, Outlook, Office 365 applications and more.
The vast majority of graduate student courses will be delivered at a distance this fall in keeping with WSU’s efforts to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The live broadcast on Youtube will begin at 1 p.m. and last for approximately one hour. Questions can be submitted ahead of time using an online submission form.
Starting fall semester 2020, Pharmacy doctoral students will have the option to pursue their master’s in engineering and technology management or receive a certificate in six distinct areas.
Washington State University will deliver undergraduate education at a distance, with very limited exceptions, during the Fall 2020 semester, though each campus may take slightly different approaches taking into account issues specific to their communities.
Manuel Garcia-Pérez is excited to lead faculty and students as they make discoveries for a healthy environment, renewable energy, productive and sustainable agriculture, and safe and nutritious foods.
The COVID‑19 virtual town hall, which will take place from 1–2 p.m. on Friday, July 24, will include updates from university leaders on a variety of topics related to fall semester.