By Alyssa Patrick, College of Engineering and Architecture PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University construction management students won first place in the Associated Schools of Construction student competition for the second year in a row.
PULLMAN – You know those goody two-shoes who volunteer for every task and thanklessly take on the annoying details nobody else wants to deal with? That’s right: Other people really can’t stand them. Four separate studies led by a WSU social psychologist have found that unselfish workers who are the first to throw their hat […]
PULLMAN – Showing their pride in Pullman, Washington State University Cougar football team players and coaches picked up litter at different locations around the city on Friday afternoon, May 1. Their effort — a special addition to Cougar Pride Days held in April – included players (l-r) Daniel Simmons, Ontario, Calif.; Shane Thomas, Spokane; […]
VANCOUVER — The debate team from Washington State University Vancouver presents, “Has the automobile ravaged our nation? Can we return to a world of human mobility?” This debate is open to the public and will be held at noon, Nov. 7 on campus in the Administration Building, room 110. Inspired by this year’s New Student […]
PULLMAN — President Elson S. Floyd has moved toward completing his leadership team, naming two new administrators — a vice president for information services and a vice president for enrollment management. Viji Murali (Mer-ahl-e), who has served as vice president for information technology and chief information officer for Western Michigan University since 1999, will assume the role of […]
PULLMAN – Washington State University faculty and students were members of a team honored recently by the Entomological Foundation for work that brought a major pest effecting hybrid poplars in check. John Brown, professor of entomology; Douglas Walsh, environmental and agrichemical education specialist at WSU’s Prosser Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center; and graduate students […]