PULLMAN, Wash. – Undergraduate students are sought to participate in a Washington State University-based study examining the effects of human-animal interaction on coping with academic stress. An information session will be 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, in CUE 119.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A new study by researchers from the University of Texas at Austin and Washington State University shows that male and female rats are affected differently by ancestral exposure to a common fungicide, vinclozolin. Female rats whose great-grandparents were exposed become much more vulnerable to stress.
The current economy and budget cuts are putting financial pressure and stress on many families. Here are a few things to consider in dealing with the different circumstances. How well you manage, and how well you come through this financial storm, depends upon many things – your experience in emergencies, your preparedness, and the […]
Human Resource Services (HRS) and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are providing assistance to employees whose positions are being cut or reduced due to upcoming budget reductions. Several general information sessions will be offered for faculty and staff beginning May 4-27 with representatives from HRS benefits, EAP and, for the faculty sessions, the vice […]
PULLMAN – The WSU Neuroscience Program is sponsoring The Pullman Brain Bee (PBB), Saturday at 10 a.m., May 2, in the CUE. The Brain Bee is a live question-and-answer competition for individual high school students which will occur in a format much like a spelling bee. The PBB is associated with Brain Awareness Week […]
PULLMAN – Common Reading Tuesdays wraps up the semester-long presentation series at 7 p.m., Dec. 2 in Smith CUE 203. “How to Take Care of Your Emotional and Physical Health During Times of Stress” will be presented by Cassandra Nichols of Counseling Services. The Common Reading Tuesdays committee hopes that this presentation will give […]
PULLMAN – According to the National Health Interview Survey, over 75% of the U.S. population experiences a form of stress every two weeks. Learn how to manage stress and improve overall wellbeing by taking a Stress Management Workshop with University Recreation April 30. Stress is a very serious condition that affects the mental and […]
Help and counseling can be found in all sorts of ways as long as people keep their eyes open. Members of Streit-Perham are spreading the word of awareness throughout the WSU campus by handing out information to interested people on Glenn Terrell Mall. The main purpose of the group is to let people […]
More than half of Americans claim they will likely seek out help to deal with stress in their lives, according to a poll released in January by the Washington Post. For the over-worked, under-rested individuals of WSU that fall under that statistic, the Student Recreation Center may have just the right touch to help you […]
PULLMAN – The connection between a child’s stress level and the child’s future may become clearer following additional research to be funded by a new grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Robert J. Quinlan, assistant professor of anthropology at Washington State University (WSU), is the lead investigator for an NSF grant funded in tandem […]