Entrepreneurial faculty ambassadors advance efforts to translate WSU research into goods and services that benefit the public.
Faculty, staff, and graduate students in arts and sciences create and share knowledge across Washington and around the world.
A salute to members of the WSU family who authored or edited a book in 2015 is also a way to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation.
The Bottom Line: George Lilley, WSU’s first president, was a mathematician, and five of the University’s nine other presidents to date also earned degrees in disciplines associated with the College of Arts and Sciences: E.A. Bryan, classics; Earnest Holland, English; C. Clement French, chemistry; Glenn Terrell, psychology; and Elson S. Floyd, political science.
The College of Arts and Sciences can help you with every step of the pre-award process.
Visiting Writer Series: Justin Torres
WSU Planetarium: “BIG”
Feb. 26, 28
Festival of Contemporary Art Music
Humanities Fellow Lecture
By Claudia Leeb
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