Tamara Holmlund and others are part of a project to improve STEM teacher preparation in Washington state, increase recruitment of qualified and diverse STEM students into teaching.
More information about the dates, times and locations is available at studentaffairs.wsu.edu/avp.
Each candidate will visit WSU for two days to meet with students, faculty, staff and administrators between Feb. 20 and March 1.
All WSU departments, living groups, student organizations and community groups are invited to be a part of this activity-filled weekend.
As the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine continues to grow and evolve, some staff roles and responsibilities are changing in response to needs.
Committee members include students, faculty and administrators who will provide feedback and recommendations on a wide range of topics.
Beginning in fall 2018, WSU Vancouver will offer a Bachelor of Science degree in data analytics.
The 12-credit certificate will be offered in a flexible, mostly online format beginning fall semester 2018.
The report focuses on NWCCU’s five core standards, and includes responses to past recommendations from NWCCU.
Washington State University College of Nursing Dean Joyce Griffin-Sobel has named new members of her leadership team.
The recommendations address a variety of topics, ranging from improving the ways in which students are informed and educated about the conduct process to revising the composition of the conduct board and providing new, in-depth training to board members.
WSU Tri-Cities students in a computer science capstone course have partnered with Cypherpath to help companies safeguard and monitor their online business networks.
Andrea Miller, a professor and associate dean at Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University, and Bruce Pinkelton, the interim dean at Murrow College, will meet with faculty, staff, students and administrators this month.
More than 110 students, faculty and staff have begun to develop recommendations for creating a more inclusive and welcoming community at WSU campuses system-wide.
Passport Program, hatched in 2016 by Leeann Hunter and expanded as part of her Provost’s Leadership Academy project, takes a holistic approach to student development.
Qualified candidates will be faculty members at WSU and residents of the state of WA for 5 or more years. Candidates should provide two or more concrete examples of exceptional achievement in research or activities.
Experiential education is essential to developing practice-ready graduates.