First appointed in December 2011, his new term runs through Sept. 30, 2023.
The Town Halls 2018 series continues Wednesday, Sept. 12, with two more sessions on the Pullman campus.
The Town Halls 2018 series kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 11, with two sessions on the Pullman campus.
WSU Health and Wellness Services and Counseling and Psychological Services have officially integrated under the name Cougar Health Services.
Hosted by President Kirk Schulz and Provost Dan Bernardo, the town halls provide opportunities for faculty, staff and students to hear from and interact with WSU’s top two leaders.
Global shift in the recycling market forces changes in how and what kinds of items WSU Pullman will accept in campus waste and recycle bins.
The assistant professor of educational psychology will assume the role of executive director of Tribal Relations and special assistant to the provost, effective Jan. 10.
As a young scholar, Matthew Jockers loved both the wildness of literature and the controlled logic of computer programming. Today he’s dean of WSU’s College of Arts and Sciences.
WSU President Kirk Schulz said Wednesday he expects to exceed first-year budget targets under the three-year effort to restore the university system’s fiscal health.
Nearly four decades old and at risk of failing, the technological infrastructure supporting the university’s human resources, payroll and finance systems is about to get a much-needed upgrade.
Five working groups are assessing existing resources across the WSU system while also focusing on action items.
Students, faculty and staff universitywide are invited to begin using two new computing resources launched today.
Former WSU employees indicated they most enjoyed the benefits package and professional development, but least enjoyed their pay and advancement opportunities.
WSU’s central Information Technology Services is offering up a look at its past year’s efforts via its 2018 annual report.
Sheri Glaesman, who has served in numerous capacities at WSU since 2002, has been named a university ombudsman.
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities has reaffirmed the regional accreditation of WSU through 2025.
With the election season underway, WSU employees are reminded that state laws contain strict guidelines on campaigning and lobbying.