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Fresh posting returns Sept. 6

Text that reads "Happy Labor Day" while representing various members of the United States workforce.

WSU Insider will be taking a pause in recognition of Labor Day.

The holiday was created by the labor movement in 1894 to pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers.

Fresh posting will return the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 6.

Looking for something to do in the meantime? Check out this Spring 2022 Washington State Magazine story about the cheesemakers, bookbinders, window washers, and other staff members at WSU who keep the university humming along.

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German visiting scholar studies red wine quality

As a student in Germany, Ingrid Weilack was inspired by WSU enology professor Jim Harbertson. Now, the visiting scholar is experiencing what it’s like to work with him at the WSU Wine Science Center.

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German visiting scholar studies red wine quality

As a student in Germany, Ingrid Weilack was inspired by WSU enology professor Jim Harbertson. Now, the visiting scholar is experiencing what it’s like to work with him at the WSU Wine Science Center.

WSU programs hailed for top assessment efforts

Faculty and staff from nine bachelor’s-degree programs were recognized for their student assessment efforts that helped guide changes to undergraduate curriculum or instruction.

Strength in numbers

Prioritizing family, whether at home or on the field, is what drives Jake Dickert in his first full season as the WSU head football coach. Dickert and the Cougs play the Huskies in the Apple Cup this Saturday.

Global Campus inducts first distinguished alumni

The first five inductees were Shelley Broader, Nancy Krook, Lisa King, Katey Koehn, and Gary Rubens — all leaders in business or philanthropy and supporters of the worldwide WSU Global Campus community.

Insider will return Monday, Nov. 28

WSU Insider is taking a break to join with the rest of the university community in celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. Enjoy the break. We’ll be back the morning of Nov. 28 with fresh posts and all the latest information for the WSU community.

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