The program runs Aug. 17-21 and will feature a series of pre-recorded and live trainings on topics to prepare students for best academic learning virtually. It is open to all WSU students.
A gift from the Paul Lauzier Foundation is delivering much‑needed space and equipment for hands‑on student learning at the center.
The masks will be utilized by students, faculty and staff to ensure a safe return to operations for in-person learning experiences and services on campus.
A WSU Tri‑Cities researcher received a $100,000 grant to test the lignin-based biofuel, which could replace petroleum-based fuels as well as lead to greater performance and reduced emissions.
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.
The audit, created by a WSU Tri‑Cities business professor, identifies components within a winery that enhance customer experience.
Students can now earn a bachelor’s degree in viticulture and enology (V&E) from Washington State University.
The return-to-business guide developed for the Washington Wine Institute includes recommendations on winery procedures for dine-in service, employee safety and health, cleaning and sanitation and more.
The $2.85 million National Science Foundation grant will be used to develop curriculum and hands‑on projects that use geospatial technologies to improve STEM literacy.
Gerow, who will graduate in December 2020 from WSU’s Viticulture and Enology program, has been named the Wine Spectator Wine Science Student of the Year.