As the number of retirees grows, the senior living industry is undergoing a resort-style makeover and WSU’s hospitality program is helping lead the way.
Taking the reins as Washington state’s new 4‑H leader, Nancy Deringer’s top priority is reaching underserved children and teens in both rural and urban areas.
Biologist Stephanie Porter urges conference organizers to consider the needs of colleagues who can’t attend gatherings because they’re caring for children.
Researchers from WSU and UI have received a $50,000 USDA grant to organize a national conference bovine and human milk composition.
As a longtime faculty member, Pinkleton has held several roles at Murrow, including head of the Strategic Communication degree program, the graduate director and associate dean.
Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture has appointed Partha Pande and Indranath Dutta as school directors.
WSU researchers awarded $1 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation to develop molecular machines that self-replicate material.
The latest test of the WSU Alert System reached 16,280 students, faculty and staff within five minutes via text, phone and email.
By Corrie Wilder, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
PULLMAN, Wash. – Young women enrolled in high schools and colleges told Washington State University researchers that people routinely make sexual comments, both in-person and online, about them and their bodies.
Stacey J.T. Hust, associate professor in WSU’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, and Kathleen Boyce Rodgers, associate professor in WSU’s Department of Human Development, talked with more than 100 young people from across Washington state in focus groups about media and their romantic and sexual relationships. Hust and Rodgers also conducted in-depth interviews with 16 individuals.
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Joseph Berger, top executive at Americas for Hilton, will present the annual WSU Burtenshaw Lecture, Thursday, March 22, in the CUB auditorium.
Cruise ships, public facilities and even the 2018 Olympics have one thing in common — all serve as incubators for a dreaded intestinal bug called norovirus.
Nicknamed the “Crimson Cube” for its box configuration wrapped in crimson-colored glass, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art mirrors its campus surroundings.
Tamara Holmlund and others are part of a project to improve STEM teacher preparation in Washington state, increase recruitment of qualified and diverse STEM students into teaching.
Projects include an autonomous vehicle that analyzes radioactive vapors to protect Hanford workers and ultra high-performance concrete to safely immobilize solid secondary wastes.
The new methods, designed by WSU plant pathologists, are not only portable and fast, but utilize testing materials easily available to the public.
February is a transitionary month – a bridge from winter to early spring that typically starts out cold and ends with milder temperatures.
In the fall, WSU began tracking drop and withdrawal reasons in myWSU in an attempt to learn why students drop and withdraw from classes.