The Washington Post profiled WSU Athletic Director Pat Chun and the path that made him the first Asian American to lead a Power Five program.
See who was elected to lead WSU’s Administrative Professional Advisory Council.
André-Denis Wright began his new position as the dean of CAHNRS on June 1.
June 1 launch of the redesigned myWSU website hit some last-minute snags and has been temporarily delayed.
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo brings extensive experience in teaching, research, mentoring and contributing to scholarly and professional organizations.
The Board of Regents are scheduled to act on four agenda items on June 8.
The effort relies on increasing revenue 27 percent by Fiscal Year 2023 while continuing to contain expenses.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Leading literary scholar and data scientist Matthew Jockers has been named dean of the WSU College of Arts and Sciences.
WSU Health and Wellness Services and Counseling and Psychological Services have officially integrated under the name Cougar Health Services.
Access to the myWSU website will be turned off 8 p.m. May 31, as Information Technology Services transitions to a new, mobile friendly site homepage.
Smith comes to WSU from the University of Utah’s College of Architecture and Planning, where he served as associate dean for research and community engagement.
The realignment within College of Arts and Sciences combines several existing departments and programs to create a new school that will operate on the Pullman, Tri-Cities, Vancouver and Global campuses.
The WSU Board of Regents approved its 2019-21 operating and capital budget requests Friday, May 4.
The Washington Small Business Development Center provides advice, education and resources to existing and aspiring small business owners.
Applications from high-ability students have climbed 30 percent since the launch of a specialty recruiting effort, which this year added another component: the Faculty Call-a-Thon.
The Washington State University Board of Regents will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting May 3-4 at Washington State University Spokane.
Most of the Doctor of Nursing Practice graduates will become family nurse practitioners, psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners, or take on leadership roles in public health, public policy, or health care administration.