Several first place awards were given to Washington State University students and ensemble groups.
Long before climate change and sustainability were part of the American consciousness, WSU alumnus Thomas Graedel was conducting pioneering research in these fields.
The undergraduate scholarships cover full tuition and manditory fees for 2019‑2020, with applications taken through April 1.
The 2019 WSU Women of Distinction Celebration will start 6 p.m. Monday, March 4, in the M.G. Carey Senior Ballroom in the Compton Union Building on the Pullman campus.
The Office of the Provost has announced names of faculty and staff members to be honored for their achievements at the March 29 Celebration of Excellence Banquet.
While 40 percent of Washington state students are students of color, that’s matched by only 10 percent of educators, according to Katherine Rodela, an assistant professor of educational leadership.
The company that manages WSU’s nationally recognized Palouse Ridge Golf Course has received the 2019 President’s Award for Environmental Stewardship.
The awards honor WSU student leaders, and those who have mentored and supported the efforts of these students as they work toward leadership and social change.
WSU alumna Mo Zhang, who earned her Ph.D. in 2012 from the College of Education, will receive the Bradley Hanson Award for contributions to educational measurement.
Amy Roth McDuffie, a mathematics professor with the College of Education, has been recognized by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators with its 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award.