The expanded testing at WSU begins this week as part of the overall effort to safely re-open the economy in the state and the region.
The guide serves as a starting point for resources to learn about and engage in anti‑racism. Patrons will find reading lists as well as a list of books and more from the WSU Libraries’ collections.
This is the latest step in an ongoing WSU effort to protect the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors following the outbreak of COVID‑19.
The university firmly supports the international scholars affected by the federal action to block new H‑1B visas and is working with congressional members and others to advocate on their behalf.
Antimicrobial‑resistant bacteria cause more than 2.8 million difficult-to-treat pneumonia, bloodstream and other infections annually in the U.S.
Visit Tri‑Cities, the area’s visitor and convention bureau, will incorporate the students’ ideas in its future planning, says Michael Novakovich, the president and chief executive officer.
WSU Insider is taking a break to join with the rest of the university community in recognizing Independence Day.
This freeze is in-line with Gov. Jay Inslee’s May 13 Governor’s Directive, which placed a freeze on hiring, personal services contracts and equipment and software costing more than $5,000 among state agencies.
Completing the return‑to‑work checklist is done in conjunction with units and departments creating plans and procedures around topics like sanitation and physical distancing.
The audit, created by a WSU Tri‑Cities business professor, identifies components within a winery that enhance customer experience.