By Rebecca Phillips, University Communications science writer PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University mathematicians have designed an encryption code capable of fending off the phenomenal hacking power of a quantum computer.
PULLMAN – In an ever-changing world, WSU wants to know if its student conduct codes are still relevant and effective in dealing with student misbehavior. Beginning Monday, Sept. 21, a random sampling of WSU students, faculty and staff will receive an online survey asking what they think about the current WSU codes. “We are interested […]
The New Standards of Conduct for WSU students went into effect in late December. Tenets of the new code are similar to the old: Abide by the law, be honest, be a good citizen. But the new code is more transparent, defines terms used in the conduct process and better addresses the student-university relationship in […]
PULLMAN – The Washington State University Board of Regents approved an emergency amendment to the university’s administrative code Monday, Sept. 25, to clarify the policy on conducting routine security patrols in residence halls. The emergency rule, which will be in effect for no more than 120 days, addresses the university’s policy on guests in the […]