Sheri Glaesman, who has served in numerous capacities at WSU since 2002, has been named a university ombudsman.
An upgrade of network connections that move data outside WSU Pullman will increase bandwidth speed from 10 to 20 gigabytes per second.
Gardner, who over a decade held a variety of leadership positions at Washington State University, died at his Bainbridge Island home Sunday.
University administration recently revised its executive policy that defines WSU’s policy regarding intellectual property, technology transfer and commercialization.
Matt Zimmerman has been named WSU’s registrar following a national search, provost Dan Bernardo announced Thursday.
WSU and the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights have reached an agreement to resolve three complaints investigated as potential Title IX violations.
Environmental Health & Safety page provides information on wildfire smoke and links to air quality websites.
The new academic year will bring changes that could make the stress and uncertainty of temporary annual contracts a thing of the past.
Network speeds will rocket at WSU Pullman July 14-29, when Information Technology Services moves to its new data and voice network services.
In a letter to the WSU community, Provost Dan Bernardo remembers her as an enthusiastic and dedicated leader whose work touched many throughout the University system.
To advance knowledge through creativity and innovation, WSU must bridge the gap between academia and industry.
The Moss Adams accounting firm made a five-year commitment to support the WSU position.
The four-story, 95,000-square-foot building will provide a modern research venue for faculty and students in plant biochemistry, plant pathology, horticulture, and crop and soil sciences.
Electrical, telephone and computer services have all been restored to WSU’s Environmental Health & Safety Building on Pullman campus.
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.
Preparations are underway for what could be a record-breaking number of first-year students at WSU’s Pullman campus this fall.
The Environmental Health & Safety Building on Pullman campus is experiencing a power outage.