The Washington Workforce Portal is an online resource in which employers and educators may post an unlimited number of internship opportunities and have access to an intern candidate database for free.
The poster sessions give faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students a forum for presenting their research, scholarship, or creative work to the WSU academic community.
Dr. Umair Shah met with WSU leaders, researchers and local health officials to discuss the importance of the University’s research, innovative partnerships, and commitment to underserved communities statewide.
Washington State University is encouraging all members of the Cougar community to get vaccinated for COVID-19 as soon as they are eligible.
Across the WSU system, the Business Administration bachelor’s degree program is the most enrolled business program. It will be the eighth undergraduate program offered at WSU Everett.
Campus leaders outline efforts so far and describe what’s to come in a new message to the WSU Pullman community.
Registration is now open for the first three noncredit certificate courses for WSU Vancouver’s new Professional and Corporate Education program. The format and schedule are designed to accommodate working professionals.
Mannex, who most recently chaired the English department at Bentley Upper School in Lafayette, CA, brings a wealth of experience in education to his new role as associate director of the Office of Undergraduate Research.
The new Ruth Wylie Head House serves as a workspace and research hub for discoveries improving soil health and regional agriculture.
Washington State University is encouraging all community members to see whether they are currently eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine using the State of Washington’s new Phase Finder tool.
The first COVID‑19 town hall of 2021 included information for caregivers as well as updates on the state’s Phase Finder tool and the outlook for the Fall 2021 semester.
All WSU first-year students and seniors will be asked by President Kirk Schulz to respond to the National Survey for Student Engagement to help shape future programming at the institution.
The Executive Budget Council is building a comprehensive budgeting model, aiming for a framework that shows more clearly how funds are allocated and costs are assessed.
Faculty from all campuses with innovative ideas to enhance teaching and learning are encouraged to apply for a Smith Teaching and Learning Grant of up to $5,000.
Washington State University is preparing for an in-person Fall 2021 semester and is making its plans in accordance with state and public health guidelines.
The new, competitive funding program matches private donors with worthwhile WSU projects pitched by students, faculty and staff in a format modeled after the popular entrepreneurial TV show ‘Shark Tank.’
Students’ applications and judges’ sign‑ups are now open online for the ninth Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities which will take place on March 29.