The social anxiety that other people are having fun without you is more associated with loneliness, low self-esteem and low self-compassion than with age, according to new WSU research.
After steady enrollment growth each year since 2013, the system‑wide total dipped just 1.4% to 31,159 students for Fall 2020 during the ongoing COVID‑19 pandemic.
The new three‑year residence training program, based at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, is currently accepting applications.
A recent study showed that the slow release of soy-based chemical compounds from a 3D‑printed bone-like scaffold resulted in a reduction in bone cancer cells while building up healthy cells.
WSU researchers found that private prisons lead to an average increase of 178 new prisoners per million population per year.
For the first time, a team of scientists led by WSU’s Jon Oatley have created pigs, goats and cattle that can serve as viable “surrogate sires,” male animals that produce sperm carrying only the genetic traits of donor animals.
Snohomish County Extension is launching a new program to help increase the number of volunteers ready to assist in the event of an oil spill.
More candidates may be shifting primarily to social media to advertise rather than TV, according to a 2018 study of advertising trends.
During the online meeting, the board is expected to take action on President Kirk Schulz’s proposed goals and objectives for the current academic year as well as a revised fiscal year 2021 athletics budget.
WSU students and college students from around the region are invited to tackle the challenge of improving affordable housing in the United States as part of the Hack‑A‑House competition.
In a study of twins, people who reported increasing their physical activity after the start of COVID‑19 stay‑at‑home orders reported higher levels of stress and anxiety than those whose activity levels stayed the same.
Calls to U.S. poison centers about phenibut, an anti‑anxiety drug sold on the internet, rose dramatically over the past decade, according to new research by nursing Associate Professor and Associate Dean Janessa Graves.
The museum is welcoming visitors back to campus galleries on a limited schedule of Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1–4 p.m. with appropriate safety precautions.
Eleven horses housed at WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine have contracted equine influenza. The herd is currently quarantined, and all horses are recovering under veterinary care.
The Center will have the capacity to address infectious disease outbreaks in eastern and central Africa. It is made possible by $7.6 million in funding over five years from the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Older adults living in very rural settings are less likely than those living closer to urban centers to receive services in health, nutrition and transportation.
WSU researchers have determined how to keep iron from rusting in important chemical reactions that are needed to convert plant materials to fuels. Their work could be used for more cost-effective biofuels conversion.