PULLMAN, Wash. – Be careful little hands what you type. If you didn’t know you could be found liable for posting links on your or your company’s website, making negative comments about someone in another state or blogging about a new product before it’s released, now is the time to obtain a copy of Kimberly Houser’s new book “The Legal Guide to Social Media Marketing.”
PULLMAN, Wash. – Beginning at approximately 7 a.m. today, flooding resulting from a burst water pipe in the IT building on the main Washington State University campus in Pullman disrupted the operations of a significant number of computer servers housed in the lower level of that building. The flooding occurred because recent freezing temperatures in the region damaged the building’s water pipes, which then released a torrent of water as temperatures moderated.
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Five companies were honored today for leadership in improved energy performance at the second annual Washington Industrial Energy Leaders awards ceremony at the Capitol.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A team led by a Washington State University researcher has found that organic milk contains significantly higher concentrations of heart-healthy fatty acids compared to milk from cows on conventionally managed dairy farms. While all types of milk fat can help improve an individual’s fatty acid profile, the team concludes that organic whole milk does so even better.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Family members and friends Saturday packed into Washington State University’s Beasley Coliseum, where nearly 800 graduating students crossed the stage to receive diplomas during the university’s annual fall commencement ceremony.
KENNEWICK, Wash. – Tri-Cities graduates of the Washington State University College of Nursing will be recognized at convocation, a special pinning and candlelight ceremony, at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at Richland Baptist Church, 1632 George Washington Way, Richland.
By Adrian Aumen, College of Arts and Sciences
PULLMAN, Wash. – Whatever caused tens of thousands of Pueblo farmers to suddenly leave their ancient homeland in southwestern Colorado in the late AD 1200s is one of the great mysteries in archaeology. Discoveries could aid understanding of contemporary societies.
PULLMAN, Wash.—The Washington State University Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) is now accepting abstracts from undergraduate researchers and sign-ups from judges on its website at http://surca.wsu.edu.
The deadline for abstract submissions for SURCA is Friday, Feb. 17.
PULLMAN, Wash.—Four student advisors at Washington State University have received the highest awards possible from the local chapter of the National Academic Advising Association. Recipient student advisors are Ruth Ryan, Patrick Carter, Shanna Pumphrey and Alicia Petersen.