A strong WSU backer throughout his life, Jackson Hall on the Pullman campus was named in his honor in 2014.
The WSU Art Museum has changed its name, physical address, shipping address and social media urls.
On the line in the 2018 session is $113.9 million slated for WSU capital projects.
Nurse practitioners and registered nurses will see some of the biggest increases.
Drs. Larry Anderson and Svetislava Vukelja understand the unique paths that lead students to medical school.
International enrollment sets record as new partnership enhances WSU’s ability to provide a transformative educational experience for all students.
A promising but little-used type of cancer treatment has been markedly improved by researchers at Washington State University by introducing the use of tiny particles of gold and platinum.
Washington State University is temporarily suspending the Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship program for 2018 as PATH addresses a series of challenges.
As weird animals go, the mangrove killifish is in a class of its own.
WSU researchers received a Mellon grant to support development and evaluation of an online platform for sharing Native American library and archive collections nationwide.
A new study by a WSU College of Nursing researcher showed information on sleep issues and strategies could help police suffering from the mental and physical effects of chronic fatigue.
The Institute is a unique leadership development program for emerging leaders in online education.
Plant pathology graduate Andrea Garfinkel is helping farmers put a stop to a pervasive pest.
Individuals with a particular variation of the DRD2 gene are resilient to the effects of sleep deprivation when completing tasks that require cognitive flexibility.
The new agreement will also provide increased compensation for Coach Leach beginning in 2018 as well as for the assistant coaches’ salary pool.
Black ice hangs out most often in places where there’s less warmth from the sun, including heavily shaded roads, underpasses, tunnels and the bottom of hills.
As chancellor, Haynes will function as the chief executive officer, representing the campus in the community, guiding campus growth, and advocating for WSU Tri-Cities within the WSU statewide system of campuses.