A new website is being established to serve as a repository for initiative resources such as background information, guiding principles, frequently asked questions, and the anticipated timeline.
WSU’s central Information Technology Services is pleased to share its 2020 annual report, reflecting on some of the biggest technology projects supporting WSU’s goals this past fiscal year.
President Kirk Schulz thanked faculty and staff for their flexibility and outlined ongoing efforts to build the WSU system into a more interconnected and interdependent set of campuses.
Members of the WSU administration address questions about security, privacy and other concerns regarding the use of ProctorU to monitor tests taken remotely by students.
All WSU employees will use Workday in some capacity from managing their personal information to tracking their time worked/off.
WSU’s capabilities include concurrent “breakout” sessions, a virtual registration desk and a virtual, interactive vendor exhibit hall in addition to livestreaming keynote speakers.
Through all the changes from COVID‑19, Information Technology Services has helped ensure network connectivity and security for the WSU community.
Pullman police want to help educate the community about the importance of following Gov. Jay Inslee’s Stay Home Stay Healthy order but warn they’re prepared to issue tickets and even make arrests in cases involving blatant disregard of prohibitions on public gatherings.
The revised draft incorporates feedback provided by about 400 individuals from the statewide WSU community during the recent open comment period.
From Instagram selfies to an ancient tattoo tool, WSU research reached a potential audience in the billions last year.
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.
Students, faculty and staff can prepare now for next month’s network security changes by choosing their Multi‑Factor Authentication (MFA) settings before the myWSU implementation on Dec. 19.
President Kirk Schulz invites the WSU community to reflect and celebrate on the profound ways indigenous people have influenced America’s development and enriched our culture.
The team at Academic Outreach and Innovation has been hard at work and has some updates to share about how it is using technology to enhance the traditional classroom experience as well as online and video conferencing courses.
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.