In an email to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz reflects on last week’s tragic loss of first-year student Sam Martinez and pledges to continue improving the University’s health and safety efforts.
The facility will be the future home of the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory where WSU scientists will conduct detection and surveillance programs for animal and public health.
At WSU, the safety of our Coug community is a top priority and in the unlikely event of an active shooter situation remember this phrase: “Run, Hide, Fight.”
Have a great July 4th holiday.
Academic Outreach and Innovation is back again with additional updates to keep the cougar community informed on some of the impactful work the AOI team has been doing to enhance WSU’s ability to complete its core missions.
Information Technology Services continues to encourage the WSU community to activate their Okta accounts before the final shift to the new cloud authentication solution on May 13.
Ranging from the extraterrestrial to the socially discomforting, news coverage of WSU research last year reached a potential audience of 4.5 billion.
Okta is the university’s new systemwide network authentication product, designed to provide more robust security tools and resources.
Academic Outreach and Innovation highlights achievements in academic technology with the Spark Academic Innovation Hub and year round programs like Summer Advantage.
Group chair people spoke about progress made toward creating a more inclusive and welcoming community systemwide.
AOI champions and supports the use of academic technology in the classroom, online and through video conference courses.
Five working groups are assessing existing resources across the WSU system while also focusing on action items.