The governor also praised the University’s clean energy research and became just the second presidential candidate ever to visit the Pullman campus.
A gift from Judge John Rossmeissl made it possible for WSU political science students to present a mock trial in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Washington’s Eastern District.
Five WSU faculty will be speaking around the state about their research in a new partnership of the Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy and Public Service and Humanities Washington.
In what may seem counterintuitive, the findings of a WSU sociologist show support increases under Republican administrations and declines under Democrats.
The latest book from WSU Press features longtime journalist and civic leader Jean Godden’s revealing inside look at Seattle’s recent history, culture and politics.
WSU Tri‑Cities psychology statistics students recently worked with homeless people at Tri‑City Union Gospel Mission.
The lecturer will be Yong-Chool Ha, the Korea Foundation Professor at the UW, and emeritus professor at Seoul National University.
Regardless of political standing, age or gender, U.S. voters favor renewable energy, according to research by WSU professor Christine Horne.
The featured speaker is Miguel De La Torre, a professor of social ethics and Latinx studies, author, activist and an ordained minister.
Political polarization, decreasing trust in government, and rising populist rhetoric have made political civility a hot-button topic.
The Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree is this year’s keynote speaker at the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference in Pullman.
The recent discoveries may hold the key to an ongoing American West conflict.
WSU researchers have found that marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington has not hurt police effectiveness. In fact, clearance rates for certain crimes have improved.
Here’s how WSU became a nationally recognized leader in the LGBTQ+ community.
Instructors can stop worrying about evaluation revenge as long as they use practices in the classroom that students perceive as fair.
Representatives from WSU’s College of Education will travel to Japan this fall for a joint education seminar, and papers and abstracts are being sought.
Using cellphone data and political precinct maps, researchers find America’s polarization playing out at the family dinner table.