A new fellowship program will increase news coverage of underrepresented communities across Washington state by pairing eight early-career journalists with newsrooms for two-year, full-time reporting positions.
Young men in a WSU‑led study who were regular consumers of sports media were more likely to accept rape myths, a set of false and prejudiced beliefs that can serve to excuse or downplay sexual assault.
Recipient of a Fulbright Senior Specialist award for a three-week visit to Slovakia, WSU’s Cornell Clayton held a series of lectures for graduate and undergraduate students focusing on contemporary American politics.
The committee creates regular opportunities for representatives across the WSU system who work with student groups, departments, and organizations to share hazing prevention strategies and learn from one another.
Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Micronesian, and Pacific Islander groups — alongside a growing number of data scientists — are concerned about the practice of collecting their many identities under one demographic category.
In addition to funding a significant portion of WSU’s compensation request for 2023–25, the operating budget includes millions for new degree programs, scholarships and university-affiliated centers across the state.