Go Cougs!

Jacob Leachman has received a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Army to demonstrate a liquid hydrogen-powered UAV and refueling system.

Matt Engels, a Ph.D. student who has been working with Professor Scott Hudson, is lead author of a paper on the research that improves the software used to track thousands of near-Earth asteroids and comets in the July issue of Astronomy and Computing.

WSU’s Urbanova Smart City project was highlighted by Public Utilities Fortnightly.

The Spokesman-Review highlighted the contributions of Albrook Laboratory researchers to the Apollo 11 moon landing.


Commercialization Gap Fund Letter of Intent Due July 26

WSU’s Commercialization Gap Fund awards researchers up to $50,000  (with a maximum of $5,000 allocated towards business development activities) to those that demonstrate that their innovation(s) have the ability to make an economic impact in our society.

IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Summit July 30

The PNNL Section of the IEEE Women in Engineering is having an International Leadership Summit on July 30, designed for women students and engineers. 

ABET is Coming! ABET is Coming!

A team from ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) and Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) to visit WSU for continued accreditation of our engineering and computer science programs. The visit dates are:

  • Pullman: Sep 29, Sep 30, Oct 1
  • Tri-Cities: Oct 13-15
  • Vancouver: Sep 22-24
  • Bremerton and Everett: Sep 26, 27.

Zoom Videoconferencing is Here!

Zoom is a video conferencing service that allows you to conduct video meeting using any device with an internet connection. Read how to access Zoom.

Inclusive Education Ideas

Provide Support for Students

Spend time discussing university, department, library, or other resources for students to use in through the course of the semester. Share these resources throughout the semester during key moments before projects, high stake exams, etc.

Read more ideas to create a welcoming, engaging and inclusive classroom from the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

Be Safe Cougs

Win a Free Lunch

The two units with the highest percentage of their personnel completing the required VCEA safety training by Sept 13 will win a free lunch.