Submit international civil rights writing by Nov. 28
By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – The new Global Hero Project invites international students at Washington State University to submit an essay or other writing about inspirational civil rights leaders from their countries. The submission deadline is Nov. 28.Read Story
Office of International Programs Announces Photo Contest Winners
By Kate Meyer
PULLMAN, Wash. – Winners have been selected for an annual photo contest conducted by the Office of International Programs Global Learning Department.
To be eligible, entries must come from a WSU student who completed his/her education abroad program within the last 365 days.
This year’s winners will have their photographs displayed inside Bryan Hall during the 2016-17 academic year.
Amelia Brown (category: Educational Moments; location: Lemaire Channel, Antarctica)Read Story
Brenna Hendrickson (category: Landmarks and Landscapes; location: Zermatt, Switzerland)
Gina McNulty (category: Cougar Pride Goes Global; location: Argentina)
Nicholas Semrau (category: Windows to the World; location: Argentina)
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Today’s water needs outweigh tomorrow’s risks in Kenya
By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences
PULLMAN, Wash. – A three-year study at Washington State University has found that Kenyan farmers prefer a rent-to-own option when buying treadle irrigation pumps if they can’t afford outright cash purchase and can’t wait for layaway.Read Story
College of Education signs agreement with Korean university
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University will partner with a flagship South Korean university in areas including research, education, technology transfer and economic development.Read Story
Unique study abroad program receives national recognition
By Steve Nakata, Administrative ServicesRead Story