Political Science Professor Thomas Preston decided to stay in Romania after his Fulbright-sponsored teaching stint was suspended.
Racial and ethnic minorities, people born outside the U.S and women with children were three of the groups that experienced the largest declines in the likelihood of full‑time work and work hours, according to the WSU study.
A staff member in the College of Medicine, McKenzie is a tireless advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and works with future doctors to be gender, trans and diversity inclusive.
WSU Extension is leading a collaborative effort to reveal gaps in broadband availability in underserved areas in hopes of providing more access, affordability and use.
Education Professor Jeff Walls thinks K-12 school district officials and policymakers need to play a greater role in addressing many of the wellbeing issues students struggle with.
More than half of respondents said they will wait at least three months or longer before traveling and staying at hotels again, and the majority preferred to take scenic road trips or visit beaches and lakesides.
WSU Stevens County Extension is working with the Spokane Tribe Telecom Exchange (STTX) to run a crowdsourcing project to determine who has residential internet service in Stevens County and the Spokane Tribe Reservation.
While Washington state officers did not support recriminalization, they noted several issues with the implementation of the 2012 law legalizing cannabis, according to a new study by WSU researchers.
Before the end of the century, rapid heating could mean 3.5 billion people will be living outside the climate ‘niche’ in which humans have thrived for 6,000 years, according to a new study led in part by a WSU scientist.
The study shows students taking introductory biology coupled with a service-learning project, performed better academically and had improved first-year retention rates compared with students who did not participate in service-learning.
Latinx educational leaders have a unique ability to understand social justice leadership, as well as support current and aspiring leaders of color who seek to promote equity in their own work.
The book describes several of Noah’s experiences growing up as the son of a white Swiss father and black Xhosa tribe woman under an apartheid government.
WSU’s Elizabeth Weybright, whose research focuses on leisure and boredom, has insights for parents dealing with bored kids at home during this unprecedented pandemic.
Experts from Washington State University and the University of Washington will partner together for a livestream summit addressing coronavirus misinformation.
To combat potentially dangerous misinformation, WSU digital literacy expert Mike Caulfield has developed the SIFT method, a simple set of skills that can be used to quickly determine the real news from the fake.
A WSU Libraries’ display in Terrell Library, running through Feb. 14, delves into the Census and its impact on the nation’s inhabitants.
WSU sociologists are studying the factors behind an alarming rise in incarcerations in smaller cities and rural counties across the United States.