Celestina Barbosa‑Leiker’s leadership, experience further positions WSU Health Sciences for success.
A WSU alumnus and an expert in soil fertility, Koenig begins his tenure as permanent chair on Sept. 1.
This marks the third best fundraising year in WSU history, and is the highest total the University has achieved when not conducting a fundraising campaign.
Selected this summer to lead WSU research into sustainable tree fruit production for Washington and the world, Evans will begin her term as interim director on Aug. 26.
The new members come from WSU campuses across the state and represent a range of scientific specialties.
Zachariah Heiden, assistant professor of chemistry, has 15 years of experience in the utilization of NMR spectroscopy to solve chemical problems.
The revisions provide further clarification on Office of Equal Opportunity processes for all participants.
WSU Information Technology Services releases Zoom videoconferencing licenses to all current WSU students, faculty, and staff, Tuesday, July 9.
Renowned for his research in wheat disease management and pathogen resistance, Murray began his second appointment as department chair on July 1.
The shutdown resulted from the overwhelming logistical and expertise demands of operating a call back service available to an increasingly growing population.
The new position reflects additional responsibilities overseeing WSU’s three Spokane-based colleges.
Faculty who are considering using the book in classes for first-year and other students can request a copy online.
A long-time leader in the work of inclusion and community building, Allen Sutton has been hired as the executive director for outreach and education in Community, Equity and Inclusive Excellence. He will begin his new duties on July 15.
Domanic Thomas will be responsible for the holistic development of students, providing programs and services that empower them to realize their educational goals and personal potential. He will begin his position Aug. 8.
The Cook Endowed Chair was established in 1997 to deliver innovative research and teaching that benefits the state’s wheat growers.
Success means that WSU scholarship and research translates into public policy, amplifying the university’s impact, helping WSU fulfill its land‑grant mission and meeting the goals of the Drive to 25.
The Passport Program recently received a $10,000 mini-grant to enhance relationships within the community and surrounding areas to better serve disadvantaged students.