Featured Stories

Solving Nuclear Waste Challenges

WSU and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of River Protection collaborate to train students to solve critical environmental challenges in nuclear waste clean-up.

Man wearing protective gear and holding tongs.

Schweitzer Engineering Hall

The WSU community gathered on the Pullman campus to break ground on a new state-of-the-art educational building.

Ed and Beatriz Schweitzer standing at podium in front of crowd.

Clubs = Community

Voiland College’s clubs invite students to explore their potential as engineers, designers and scientists.

Five students pose in front of a display of convention sponsor logos.

Body Building

Life-size ‘Operation’ game provides students with real-word learning experience.

Voiland College students pose with their life-size game of Operation project.

Martian Manufacturing

WSU researchers use Martian rock-metal composite to show the potential of 3D printing on Mars.

A view of the planet Mars in outer space.

Active Learning

WSU professor recognized nationally for advancements in hands‑on learning.

Van Wie and a desktop module containing fluid.

Vision Into the Future

WSU materials science student and Goldwater awardee seeks to understand nuclear waste.

John Bussey.