By Steve Nakata, Advancement Services PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University junior Adilenne Villanueva felt anticipation and anxiety while watching the U.S. Supreme Court justices deliberate on a landmark case recently.
By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Rafael Mendoza learned from his migrant parents that if you work hard, the opportunities are endless. His success as a Washington State University Tri-Cities business student and intern have proved that true for him.
By Ben Reynolds, AREVA RICHLAND, Wash. – Jared Beauchene never figured he’d work in a nuclear fuel plant right out of college. But he will; in fact, he will start part-time as a mechanical engineer this fall with the AREVA company before turning full-time following spring graduation.
PULLMAN, Wash. – At the age of 9, Haily Holt got her first tool kit: “My dad wanted me to build anything and everything I wanted,” she said. “It was in his shop that I grew to love working with my hands and building things.”
PULLMAN – WSU has received a $258,000 National Needs Fellowship grant from the U. S. Department of Agriculture to help train the next generation of policy makers, educators and researchers in agriculture. The grant, in the form of fellowships, will support three Ph.D. students for three to four years. WSU was one of 12 universities […]
Photo: Mary Wandschneider teaches a course on internships in the Department of Human Development. (Photo by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services). Graduates, excited about their major, might be forced to take a job outside their field of interest because that’s all they can find. It happens, but not so much in the Department of Human […]
PULLMAN – The WSU Education Abroad Fair will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 23 in the Todd Atrium from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitor can meet with 25 study abroad program providers and learn more about study and internship opportunities in over 40 countries. WSU faculty will be present to share information on programs […]