As part of the WAforCivility project, WSU student organizers are asking their peers, Washington legislators, and members of the broader Cougar community to pledge to acknowledge, respect, and listen to others.
Director of College Access Programs Ray Acuña‑Luna delivered presentations in Spanish to the Mexican Consulate in Seattle to prospective students and their families about the value of a college education.
Fortune 500 firms with strong growth profiles are more prone to “cooking the books” than smaller, struggling companies, according to a recent study led by WSU sociologist Jennifer Schwartz.
Four of the nation’s leading experts on constitutional democracy will discuss current crises in the U.S. and abroad in a series of free, online events beginning Wednesday, Feb. 16.
In a cross-cultural analysis, WSU researchers found several factors may have played a role in building the mutually beneficial relationship between humans and dogs, including temperature, hunting and surprisingly—gender.
The events will span several months and feature authors, songwriters, rappers, visual artists and films. The full list of events can be viewed at the MLK Program website.
Why and when students-athletes use social media, rather than how much, has a greater influence on their mental health, according to one of the first wide-scale surveys of social media engagement and well-being in college athletes.
The more people rely on social media as their main news source the more likely they are to believe misinformation about the pandemic, according to a recent WSU study.
States with high rates of high school football participation and strong college conferences, in particular the Southeastern Conference, were among the last to take up regulations on youth concussions, according to a recent study.
Join some of America’s top political scientists and scholars as they analyze the results of the 2020 presidential election at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Reports of racial discrimination against Asians and Asian Americans have increased since the COVID‑19 pandemic hit the United States, coinciding with an increase in reported negative health symptoms.
A team led by WSU researcher Paul Bolls will test prospective voters’ emotional responses during the final presidential debate on Oct. 22.
Student leaders are stepping‑up their creativity on social media to engage students in what some are calling the election of a lifetime.
The circumstances brought by COVID‑19 demonstrated why it is essential for universities to support online access to scholarly materials without the barriers often posed by cost and inadequate web accessibility.
States may want to consider the proximity of cannabis retailers and cannabis advertising to neighborhoods to prevent underage use of the drug, according to new WSU research.
A study found that a brief social belonging intervention boosts the performance and persistence of students who speak English as a second language in STEM disciplines.
Organized by the Undocumented Initiatives Program in the Division of Student Affairs, the event was attended by over 40 officials from all WSU campuses. the University of Idaho and the University of Washington.