|Raised in Rwanda, WSU Trained
Esther Rugoli studies agricultural biotechnology at WSU, and plans on attending graduate school before returning home to Rwanda.
|Agreements Provide Collaboration Opportunities With EU Universities
WSU recently signed agreements to pursue the establishment of transatlantic collaborations with two leading universities in Austria and Germany on research programs and student exchanges.
|WSU Wants More International Students
WSU hopes to grow its international student enrollment through recruitment and retention program INTO.
|Campus Climate Issues Addressed by Faculty, Staff, Students
Washington State University students, faculty, and staff have begun meeting to develop recommendations for creating a more inclusive and welcoming community at WSU campuses system-wide.
|International Research Study Warns Public Awareness Critical in Infectious Disease Fight
Researchers from across the world joined together to assess and promote the effectiveness of public awareness campaigns in spotting and preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
|Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Explores Afro-Mexican Struggles, Heritage
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, one of America's foremost modern dance companies, will perform "MictlanRx" in Washington State University's Jones Theatre.
|WSU Nurse Scientist Honored as Refugee Success Story
WSU nurse scientist, Connie Nguyen-Truong, honored as a refugee success story.
|Helping Bring Nurse Practitioners to Swaziland
Louise Kaplan, Ph.D., an associate professor at the WSU College of Nursing in Vancouver, is working with a group of nonprofits to explore interest in family nurse practitioners in Swaziland.
|Faculty Hear INTO Proposal
This year's first Faculty Senate meeting focused on a plan to enroll more international students.
|Increasing International Diversity
More than 100 students, from 17 different countries, are celebrating a new chapter of their lives at Washington State University.