An early pandemic survey found that respondents’ intentions to receive COVID‑19 vaccines were linked more to their media literacy and opinion of health experts than knowledge of the virus or previous vaccination behavior.
WSU Murrow College of Communication
Immigrants living in Washington state who lost their job or experienced other hardships during the COVID‑19 pandemic and were ineligible for federal stimulus may qualify for at least $1,000 in state relief.
Christopher Clarke, an assistant professor in WSU’s School of Economic Sciences, makes TikTok videos that explain real-world issues through an economic lens. His channel is approaching 40,000 followers.
College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
Despite major COVID‑19 disruptions, a survey involving more than 8,300 students at 29 colleges and universities revealed that most maintained their trust in their institutions, at least in the early pandemic months.
The story chronicles one of the Washington Territory’s first celebrity homesteaders and draws from his life to illuminate some of today’s pressing questions. Meet the authors at 9:30 a.m. Monday on the Pullman campus.