Happy new year! I hope you had some quality time away during the holiday break and that the beginning of the semester is going well.
As we begin 2020, I cannot help but reflect on how fantastic the past decade has been from the University’s standpoint.
In 2010, WSU’s system enrollment was 25,989, research expenditures totaled $304 million, and philanthropic support amounted to $97.9 million for the prior year. The nation had just emerged from the Great Recession, which led to an unprecedented set of reductions in financial support for public higher education, including WSU.
Today, we enroll nearly 31,500 students, research expenditures surpass … » More …
With a legacy that has withstood the hands of time and forever shaped civil rights around the world, there is so much to choose from in celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Champion of equality. Advocate of change through nonviolent means. Voice of the nation’s conscience in addressing discrimination, harassment, and economic disparity.
As we approach the national commemoration of Dr. King’s life next Monday and continue our system‑wide tributes next week, I would like to challenge all of us to reflect on a question that this towering pillar for equality once posed.
“Is your heart right? If your heart isn’t … » More …