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.
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.
WSU researchers found that private prisons lead to an average increase of 178 new prisoners per million population per year.
By sharing the 12,500 photos in the Irwin Nash Images of Migrant Labor Digital Collection, WSU libraries staff hope to shed new light on the history of Washington’s largest minority.
More candidates may be shifting primarily to social media to advertise rather than TV, according to a 2018 study of advertising trends.
The annual WSU Libraries’ event will be held on Zoom this year. Organized by Social Sciences and Government Information Librarian Lorena O’English, the event celebrates the signing of the Constitution in 1787.
WSU students and college students from around the region are invited to tackle the challenge of improving affordable housing in the United States as part of the Hack‑A‑House competition.
The social anxiety that other people are having fun without you is more associated with loneliness, low self-esteem and low self-compassion than with age, according to new WSU research.
The first lecture will be given by Lilliana Mason, an associate professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park, on political polarization. It will take place at noon on Thursday, Aug. 27.
Despite common perceptions that big cities have more violence, women living in small towns are most at risk of violence from current or former spouses and partners, according to new WSU research.
A WSU professor argues in a new book that now is the time to focus on better serving children and teens on the autism spectrum who become entwined in the juvenile justice system.
The clamor for affordable housing has risen to the breaking point across the state. A WSU effort is exploring solutions that could involve a reshaping of our vision of housing.