|WSU Vancouver Alumna Lands Fulbright Scholarship for Philippines Research
Imee Williams has received a 2018 Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to investigate sociocultural aspects surrounding families raising children with disabilities in the Philippines.
|Community Invited to Connect With WSU Tri-Cities International Students
WSU Tri-Cities is looking for community members who would like to connect with international students and provide them with opportunities to experience local cultural traditions and customs.
|Families Needed for Two Weekends in July
WSU will have the honor of hosting 25 Iraqi undergraduate students for an intensive cultural immersion and learning experience, as part of the 2018 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP).
|Papers Sought For Joint Education Seminar in Japan
Representatives from WSU’s College of Education will travel to Nishinomiya, Japan, in November for a joint education seminar, and papers and abstracts are being sought for the conference.
|Ethnic Studies Professor to Lead New School of Languages, Culture, Race
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo has been named inaugural director of the new School of Languages, Cultures, and Race in the College of Arts and Sciences.
|WSU Alumna Receives Fulbright Award to Greece
Julia Melvin has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Greece, as an English teaching assistant.
|WSU Research Heads to International Space Station
Washington State University scientists are getting two new laboratories in outer space.
|Professor's Radio Art Supports Women Broadcasters in Africa
Women broadcasters in Africa, are sharing their traditional culture via radio art with the help of radio artists, including John Barber, clinical associate professor at Washington State University Vancouver.
|Donor of Japanese American Incarceration Photos Receives WSU Honorary Alumna Award
The WSU Alumni Association honored Patti Hirahara after she donated more than 2,000 photos to Washington State University.
|Researchers Build Sensors To Help Drought-Stricken Brazil
Washington State University researcher Sasha Richey leads a project that will provide better measurement, monitoring and management of the groundwater in Brazil.
|WSU Has and Will Continue to Extend a Warm Welcome and Support to All People from All Countries of All Faiths
We recognize the U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding travel ban 3.0 may impact an individual's ability to come to WSU. More information is available through the Office of International Programs