The Amazon Catalyst program has awarded $177,735 in grants to 10 WSU teams comprised of students, faculty and staff across disciplines and locations.
More than $35,000 in cash prizes was awarded to high school teams in the Alaska Airlines Imagine Tomorrow Competition.
In any other universe, a park bench might just be a park bench. But this is the universe of a children’s book so the sky is limit.
Julia Melvin, a WSU alumna, has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Greece as an English teaching assistant.
As part of the planned upgrade, most physical windshield permits are expected to be phased out on the Pullman campus by the 2019-2020 permit cycle.
WSU lost one of its longest-standing academic superstars earlier this month with the passing of James F. Short Jr.
Custom WSU-themed ringtones and display screens are now available for Cisco office phones on the Pullman campus.
Seventeenth-ranked Washington State University women’s rowing is headed to its 13th appearance at the NCAA Championships.
A Washington State University nursing student in Spokane got a glimpse of his future recently.
The month of May can create a convergence of factors resulting in storms, winds and other unexpected weather surprises.
If life experience were an academic program, Natalie Ewing would already have her master’s degree.
Computer science transfer students are as successful in their classes as those who originate in WSU’s program, study shows.
Ron Mittelhammer, the latest recipient of the WSU Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award, is stepping down as dean to return to classroom.
Take a stroll through commencement 2018 with slideshows from WSU’s campuses.
Maria de Jesus Dixon will be in charge of two key student-success programs: College Success Foundation Scholars and Passport Scholars.
Applications from high-ability students have climbed 30 percent since the launch of a specialty recruiting effort, which this year added another component: the Faculty Call-a-Thon.
By Nic Loyd, WSU meteorologist, and Linda Weiford, WSU News
After having only 11 days of sunshine since Jan. 1, last week looked — and felt — as though a giant lid was yanked off overhead.
In a spring marked by clouds and drizzle, everything changed on April 23. Ample sunny skies appeared over the Inland Northwest and stayed for five consecutive days. It was a first for 2018, which, until last week, had been shadowed by cloudy and partly cloudy skies.
A nice spring warmup accommodated the run of sunshine. High temperatures lingered in the 70s, topping out at an impressive 84 degrees in … » More …