Regents met for a series of hybrid in-person and virtual meetings May 6-7 on the campus of WSU Health Sciences Spokane.
Pullman‑area youth have something to look forward to this summer: the in‑person Cougar Kids Camp, where they can participate in fun activities like rock climbing as pictured in this 2019 photo.
WSU has awarded nine Faculty Seed Grants to encourage new junior-level faculty to develop research, scholarly, or creative programs that provide the potential for professional development and extramural support.
The grant, from the USDA National Institute for Food and Nutrition Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates, will put students to work on research centered on crops, including visits to farms.
The WSU Horticulture Club is selling tomato, basil, and pepper plants, along with many different flowers in various arrangements at their annual spring plant sale. Sales are daily. Sign up for a 15‑minute time slot on their website.
Not a single case of documented spread has been reported at the WSU facility, even though staff never stopped providing care to patients.
More than 4,800 students are graduating across the WSU system this spring. Hundreds more graduates from last fall and those expected to graduate this summer will also be recognized during the online event.
WSU’s Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff, and graduate students at its annual awards event on May 5.
With state legislatures preparing for the once-a-decade redrawing of voting districts, a research team has developed a better computational method to help identify maps designed to favor specific candidates or political parties.
Incoming first-year students looking to get a jump start on their college experience can register now for Summer Advantage, a program designed to give them a taste of university life before fall semester starts.