By Sue McMurray, College of Business PULLMAN, Wash. – International researchers say even one small act, such as failing to recycle a water bottle, can decrease commitment to an overall goal of well-being, such as protecting the environment.
RICHLAND, Wash. – Washington State University Tri-Cities has received tuition deposits from 40 incoming freshmen, surpassing the original recruitment goal of 35. “We are thrilled with the community’s response to the expansion of WSU Tri-Cities and are encouraged by the Legislature’s support of our incoming freshman class,” Chancellor Vicky Carwein said. “There clearly is a demand […]
PULLMAN—What can the Center for Human Rights do for me? That is a question often heard by the staff working in this Washington State University office. To help raise awareness of the Center’s mission and goals, its staff will host an open house, Feb. 21, noon-4 p.m. The Center for Human Rights is located in […]
Goals and opportunities for WSU will be highlighted by President V. Lane Rawlins at his annual State of the University Address, to be held at 4:10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15, in Bryan Hall Theatre. In particular, he will discuss the budget challenges and opportunities WSU faces this year during a critical biennial legislative session. In […]
Keep your focus on attaining excellence, pursuing strategic goals and working together as a team — that was the core message Tuesday afternoon, when President V. Lane Rawlins gave his annual fall address. The current fiscal situation could create a “destructive internal fight for scarce resources” and deter us from achieving our goals, Rawlins said. […]