Department presents Women’s History Lectures

PULLMAN – The Department of History at WSU is presenting a series of lectures during the month of March in recognition of Women’s History Month. History faculty members and graduate students will speak about the achievements of women in the U.S., their historical significance and their lasting impact. All lectures are free and open to […]

Murrow shuns department structure

Edward R. Murrow is credited with using a new medium — at that time, television — to inspire, inform and educate millions. Now, the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication is working to emulate its namesake by exploiting the strengths of emerging technologies — as well as the strengths of its faculty. This month the […]

Improving writing one department at a time

WSU Writing Programs is offering a disciplinary focused writing workshop for one WSU department in August. The workshop, which brings together selected departmental faculty for a day-long session, provides instruction and assistance to professors on how to improve the writing of students in their discipline. All funding and catering for the workshop is provided by WSU Writing […]

Critical mass re-established

Mergers. They happen frequently in the business world. Just open a newspaper and read the headlines. But, in academia the wheels turn substantially slower and change is not as quickly embraced. Even faculty members in Washington State University’s newly formed School of Economic Sciences (SES) would say amen to that. The school officially was formed […]

Baseball-Hall-of-Fame poet Linda Kittell to give reading

The Washington State University Department of English will get its spring reading series underway March 1 with a reading by faculty member Linda Kittell.The 7:30 p.m. event will be in the Museum of Art/WSU, co-sponsor of the event. The reading is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.Kittell, a WSU faculty member […]