Palouse Knowledge Corridor hosts business networking

A free business networking event hosted by the Palouse Knowledge Corridor will be 2-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at the Best Western University Inn in Moscow. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served after 4:30.   The event is free, but registration is requested here.   WSU and the University of Idaho, in partnership with the Latah and Palouse […]

How to help survivors and honor Moscow victims

Last week’s tragedy in Moscow had a impact on the area’s community, including Washington State University. Many of WSU employees are asking what can be done to offer assistance and express their grief and support. Following is a brief summary in that regard. Becky Newbill – wife of the slain Moscow Police Officer, Lee Newbill […]

Employee’s community spirit rules at Renaissance Fair

Photo: Dan Maher and Annie Hubble decked out as Renaissance Fair royalty. (Photo by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services). Dan Maher will reign as king of the Moscow Renaissance Fair. The title is temporary, since he will rule only May 5-6 during Moscow’s 34th annual celebration of spring. However, the honor is real because Maher, […]

Faculty: bus service is crucial

Fred Gittes likes the bus. Gittes, clinical associate professor of physics at Washington State University, knows that the intercampus bus service to the University of Idaho and Moscow is important to his students and vital for their education. “Ten of the 28 students in my electrodynamics course (Physics 541) are from the UI,” Gittes said. […]