WSU students, faculty and staff played a crucial role in COVID‑19 vaccination efforts across the state. Learn more in the Washington State Magazine Fall 2021 issue.
A stand of nearly 100 pine trees collected from around the world survived 45 years at Washington State University’s Lind Dryland Research Station, before succumbing to wildfire in June.
At the event, WSU leaders will cover details concerning the return of in‑person instruction and answer questions from members of the University community.
All employees system‑wide who engage in activities on a WSU worksite are required to either declare themselves fully vaccinated or request an exemption.
A certain type of salmonella bacteria is more likely to cause disease and fend off antibiotics when acquired in Europe, Asia, and parts of Africa rather than in the United States.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU will be closed Aug. 7–23 to take down its current exhibitions. The museum reopens on Aug. 24 and is extending a special invitation to the community.
WSU scientists received a best paper award for a study published in the Association for Computing Machinery’s journal Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems.
Sarvenaz Bagheri developed a special connection with animals after immigrating to the United States as a child with her Iranian parents. Now, she is a neurology resident at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
The Student Recreation Center on the WSU Pullman campus will be closed for a deep cleaning the first week of August. The SRC backyard, tennis courts, and Valley Roads Playfields will remain open while the center is closed.
The appointment is part of the OneWSU initiative that maintains some centralized operations for efficiency while more closely aligning individual campuses with local community needs.