WSU’s online MBA programs have “exponentially increased our reach and the time in which students can earn their degree.” — Cheryl Oliver, associate dean.
The biosensor could lead to wearable glucose monitors that would improve the lives of millions of people with diabetes.
The search committee will include broad representation from across the WSU system.
WSU President Kirk Schulz will confer degrees to 805 students in the fall commencement ceremony, 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at Beasley Coliseum.
Janessa M. Graves, assistant professor of nursing at WSU Spokane, analyzed data on more than 380,000 children with mild traumatic brain injuries.
Millions of tons of cotton and cellulose waste may be kept out of landfills by spinning it into valuable fibers for new clothing.
The solution to insomnia may be easier and safer than sleep medications, which can have serious side effects including addiction, daytime sleepiness, depression, memory loss.
David Brown, associate professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, is the new director of AgWeatherNet, Washington’s agricultural weather network.
A “Ties to the Land” workshop will help landowners in Northeastern Washington to protect their forests, farms and ranches with a succession plan.
Genes and other genetic variations that appear to be involved in cancerous tumors shrinking in Tasmanian devils have been discovered by WSU scientists.
Marina Tolmacheva, WSU professor emerita of history and an expert in Islamic and world history, has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to teach in Kazakhstan.
In the early stages of the Hanford Site, families were relocated or required to leave their place of residence in the Hanford area.
The “Yes, It’s Possible” campaign will continue through spring and features digital marketing along with other targeted advertising aimed at potential college students.
“People come here hungry for knowledge,” said Brisbane. “I help feed them.”
Vilma Navarro‑Daniels recipient of the Marianna Merritt and Donald S. Matteson Distinguished Professorship in Foreign Languages and Cultures.
Peter Nolan sees his military experience and a degree in social sciences leading to a great career in the military or civilian law enforcement.
November Board of Regents meeting set for Pullman campus.