Representation includes faculty, students, and staff to continue the progress made by the five working groups that were assembled to respond to concerns raised by students in 2017.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Five working groups comprised of more than 110 Washington State University students, faculty and staff have begun meeting to develop recommendations for creating a more inclusive and welcoming community at WSU campuses system-wide.
By Meredith Metsker, University Communications
PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University is focusing on action when it comes to balancing the budget and addressing concerns about campus climate and the rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, President Kirk Schulz said Tuesday.
PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University today announced a new comprehensive institutional initiative to create a more welcoming campus culture and climate.
The majority of students, faculty and staff at Washington State University feel positive about the campus climate. WSU administrators have drawn this conclusion from the results of a comprehensive survey that the president’s office initiated last spring.Nearly 75 percent of the student respondents say the climate is positive. “Students do in fact value diversity and feel it has great impact on their lives,” says Tom Brigham, assistant to the president and professor of psychology. Although previous efforts have been made to assess WSU’s climate, President V. Lane Rawlins intends this one to serve as a baseline for future surveys. “It is important for us to … » More …