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.
SPOKANE, Wash. – During this Thanksgiving week, Washington State University Spokane is giving thanks for the completion of its new $80 million Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences building.
PULLMAN, Wash.—As part of an ongoing effort to streamline services and strengthen leadership within Washington State University’s student financial services, a new organizational structure is being implemented.
RICHLAND, Wash. – A community engagement program at Washington State University Tri-Cities is collecting new gloves and socks at six businesses and during two Apple Cup viewing parties.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University students will have a new study tool available to them for the first time – round-the-clock access to university libraries during the last two weeks of the semester.
By Betsy Fradd, WSU Extension
SPOKANE, Wash. – A new grant will bring more science education to youth in Washington state. Children and teens in five counties and three tribal nations will have increased access to a wide variety of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) activities along with more opportunities for youth/adult partnerships.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University and University of Washington football teams tied 5-5 in their first Apple Cup on Nov. 29, 1900, in Seattle. Coverage in The Evergreen, WSU’s student newspaper, fanned the flames for the rivalry that continues today: “No one denies that our defensive work was far superior to that of the U. of W.,” the front page reported on Dec. 5, 1900.
PUYALLUP, Wash. – Nationally recognized Christmas tree researcher Gary Chastagner is available as a source for holiday news articles.