Provost and Executive Vice President

Chilton named to national leadership committee focused on preventing sexual harassment

Elizabeth Chilton, provost, executive vice president, and WSU Pullman chancellor, will serve on the leadership committee of a national project addressing sexual harassment in higher education.

Chilton standing at a podium.

President’s House renamed in honor of historic faculty member

The Ida Lou Anderson House honors one of WSU’s first female faculty members. Among the students she influenced was Edward R. Murrow, one of the university’s most illustrious alumni.

Closeup of Ida Lou Anderson with a group of students.

Perspectives: Farewell to a friend

This week’s post is quite personal, but I thought I might take the opportunity to share a few perspectives about my friend and colleague, Dr. Elson S. Floyd. Saturday, I lost more than a close colleague; I lost my most influential mentor, my boss, and one of my closest friends. I suppose that writing this […]