By Sylvia Kantor, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – From beer and pickles to cider and cheese, U.S. food industries that rely on fermentation are proliferating – and so is the need for an appropriately skilled workforce. Starting in the fall, Washington State University will offer classes in fermentation science […]
EVERETT, Wash. – The Growing Groceries series of 10 extension gardening classes starts Sept. 30 and Nov. 11 with soil health and fertility. Participants who bring a soil sample to the first class will discuss lab results at the second class.
By Kate Halstead, WSU Extension EVERETT, Wash. – Growing fresh, healthy food in a sustainable way with limited space and resources is the focus of a series of classes 7-9:30 p.m. Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 30, at Washington State University Snohomish County Extension’s Cougar Auditorium, 600 128th St. SE, Everett, Wash., inside McCollum Park.
VANCOUVER – The WSU Vancouver Art Fair will be from noon – 7 p.m. on Friday, April 10 in the Firstenburg Student Commons. The fair is free and open to the public. Exhibits from more than 35 art and craft vendors will be on display with several items available for purchase. The vendor booths […]
Photo: In two of the study classes, students work in small groups. (Photo by WSU Photo Services). Calculus is the New York of the academic curriculum. If you can make it there, so the feeling goes, you can make it anywhere. Trouble is, most students can’t. “All across the United States, precalculus is a […]
RICHLAND, Wash. — Wine tasting, the geologic history of wine and holiday entertaining are the consumer education seminars being offered this fall at Washington State University Tri-Cities. — Understanding the Tasting of Wine, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. This class will introduce participants to the fundamentals of tasting and understanding the wine in their glass. […]
Washington State University, home of the nation’s first major in Organic Agriculture Systems, is expanding its offerings this summer with its first online class in organic agriculture. The new course, “Organic Gardening and Farming,” was developed and designed by WSU Regents Professor John Reganold and doctoral student Jennifer Reeve, who will be the course instructor. […]
Christopher Lupke, WSU’s first tenured professor of Chinese, is quick to point out that while that represents a 2,250 percent increase, it’s still less than one percent of students at WSU. But it’s a start. “What we have in the United States is a gaping knowledge deficit,” said Lupke. “Language is key. Language is key […]
Try something new or perfect an old skill! University Recreation is offering dance classes sure to get you dancing to a new beat.Seven-week classes will be offered in ballroom, swing, hip-hop, Irish, Latin, belly, funky moves, dance fusion and ballet.Session I starts Jan. 23 and ends March 5. For class descriptions and price information visit […]
To kick off the new semester, University Recreation is offering Free Demo Week January 9-15. Demo week provides students and community members the opportunity to try every fitness, mind/body and gravity, dance, self defense, and outdoor recreation class, and learn more about intramurals and sport club offerings. Classes include yoga, cardio salsa, gravity, cycling, agility […]