Two WSU corporations set annual meetings in Pullman.
WSU Tri-Cities’ Hanford History Project will host and partner to host a variety of activities throughout September in celebration of the Hanford Site 75th anniversary.
Amber Fyfe-Johnson is embarking on a five-year project to measure physical activity, body mass index, sleep, and gut microbiome in 200 preschool children.
Institute interim director Marcos Frank also announced three inaugural fellows who will play a pivotal role in researching new treatments for ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Product innovation efforts often stall when star inventors and company founders work within the same teams, according to new WSU research.
Moving can be tough, but eventually most of us acclimate to new surroundings. That’s true for humans, and research from WSU shows it’s the same for sage-grouse too.
Pantig said she’ll use her position to advocate for all WSU students, including those attending online through the Global Campus.
Not only is Ryan expected to dominate spring wheat acreage this year, WSU scientists say it could transform the market for wheat growers and their customers, here and abroad.
If you lose sleep over the number of likes on your Instagram account, new WSU research suggests you might want to think twice before posting that selfie.
From critical early developments in television technology to recent detection of cosmic phenomena in faraway galaxies, WSU physicists have been at the forefront of scientific education, innovation, and discovery for 100 years.
As the new academic year begins throughout the WSU system, the medical school’s growth underscores the University’s commitment to serving the state’s needs.
One dollar from the sale of each pint of the limited edition Graduate Golden Ale, as well as a portion of keg sales, will support the scholarships.
Due to continuing road construction on George Washington Way in Richland, those traveling to WSU Tri-Cities should anticipate traffic delays for the start of school on Aug. 19.
Celestina Barbosa‑Leiker’s leadership, experience further positions WSU Health Sciences for success.
The research is led by pharmaceutical scientist Zhenjia Wang, who was awarded a $1.3 million NIH grant for his work.
The new system could not only be a vital irrigation option for growers in arid south central Washington, but it could have broader, more global application as well.
Premera will award $10.5 million in grants over the next four years to Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and Empire Health Foundation.