PULLMAN, Wash. – India’s leading scientific advisor will discuss his country’s growing role in the international research and higher education communities at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Bryan Hall at Washington State University. A reception will follow the free, public Creighton Distinguished Lecture.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Students with a two-year degree in architectural technology will be able to transfer to Washington State University’s undergraduate architecture program without applying as formal transfer students.
By Todd Mordhorst, Office of the Provost PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University is one of 11 institutions across the U.S. selected to take part in the national Open Educational Resources (OER) partnership, a project that could save students thousands of dollars each year.
By Craig Lawson, International Programs SHENZHEN, China – Research and economic development in agriculture will be advanced thanks to a memorandum of understanding signed today between Washington State University and BGI, one of the world’s largest genomics companies.
By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Washington State University Tri-Cities is partnering with Canada-based VanWest College to develop a nationally accredited English language learning program that will benefit international students and the local community.
Opinion/editorial from the Puget Sound Business Journal co-written by Anson Fatland, WSU Economic Development SEATTLE – Imagine a material that allows us to construct new buildings more quickly. Helps to combat climate change. Supports restoration of our forests while also helping revive our local rural economies.
By Kathy Barnard, University Communications PULLMAN, Wash. – Officials from Bellevue College and Washington State University have signed a memorandum of understanding allowing further discussions about a possible partnership.
TOPPENISH, Wash. – A new partnership between Heritage University and Washington State University Tri-Cities will allow students to chart a path to an engineering degree while staying close to home in the Yakima Valley.