Due to power outages from high winds, classes and all non-essential operations are suspended this morning. Normal schedule should resume at 1:00pm. Only essential personnel should report to work before 1:00.

Springtime at WSU

It’s a season of new beginnings. For many, it’s also time to celebrate a remarkable achievement.


A May 2016 triple-major graduate, Justin Niedermeyer is on a mission to improve technology through physics.


A fish at heart, Emily Hall’s passion for science started in the water and it’s started her on the path to saving the wetlands.

Police training in a new light

Yes, there are alternatives to violent struggles, tragic shootings, and hands on force.

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