President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Pat Chun have offered the following statement in response to the Sept. 13 article regarding WSU staff member Jason Gesser in the The Daily Evergreen.
For the third year in a row, Washington State University enrolled a record number of students, with Pullman freshmen leading the surge.
The Board of Directors of Global Operations and Leadership Development, a nonprofit corporation affiliated with Washington State University, will hold its annual meeting on Monday, Sept. 17, at 10 a.m.
WSU alumni Rob and Brenda Mercer of Mercer Wine Estates will discuss their Prosser winery and this year’s Cougar V wine, Sept. 15 at the Brelsford Visitor Center.
Carson College of Business invites potential employers to network with business students at the annual Career Networking Night event, Oct. 1. in the CUB.
A foundation created by a thrifty farmer in Grant County is making charitable gifts to both the WSU College of Nursing in Yakima and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine in Spokane.
Four Pasco elementary schools will benefit from a $2.5 million grant to WSU Tri-Cities that will support area after-school programming and extracurricular learning.
The role feminism plays in addressing the gaps in established science will be discussed Sept. 11 at the next Science Pub talk in Pullman.
WSU researchers have developed a way to make low-cost, single-atom catalysts for fuel cells. Ultimately, it could make clean energy more economical.
Workshop in southwestern Washington provides insights on how families can maintain their ties to the land across multiple generations.
WSU tree fruit experts will update growers on the highly anticipated WA 38 apple variety and Cosmic Crisp® fruit.
Reducing synthetic fertilizer use, pollution, farming costs, while freeing up nitrogen, mark possible benefits of research by Sarah Roley, assistant professor with the School of the Environment.
Researchers analyzed farms that use some form of “sustainable intensification” to grow crops and reduce environmental impacts like pesticide pollution, soil erosion and greenhouse gas emissions.
“Reviving Civility” will be discussed by former U.S. Congressmen Mickey Edwards and Dan Glickman at a luncheon Sept. 11 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.
Four panelists will speak on the topic “Business and the Millennial Generation: Consumers, Leaders, Game Changes” at the annual Power Breakfast.
WSU biologist Michael Skinner is lead editor for one of the heftiest compilations of reproductive science ever published.
Developing sustainable strategies to defeat pests that threaten Washington’s fruit crops is Tobin Northfield’s goal as new entomologist at WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center.