The Washington Secretary of State’s office and the Washington State Heritage Center presented an exhibit on Washington state’s first women in state government. Here are the posters from that “Moving Forward, Looking Back” exhibit in the state capitol building during Fall 2010.
Washington State University has worked in Afghanistan for decades, helping Afghani people with agricultural outreach, English education, and developing communities.
Chris Pannkuk, former director of International Research and Development at WSU, shared some of his photos from work in Afghanistan between 2002 and 2017.
Photos courtesy Chris Pannkuk
Read more about the legacy in Afghanistan.
Watch a slideshow of stand-in fans and the Cougs in action during 2020’s singular home football game versus Oregon.
Please note that Pac-12 radio highlights of the game will play with this slideshow if you allow your browser to auto-play sound.
During World War II, the US Navy manufactured anti-submarine and anti-torpedo nets at Naval Magazine Indian Island in Puget Sound.
These nets, supported by large buoys similar to the one used as an oven at the Washington State University Bread Lab, protected the munitions at Indian Island, among other ports.
The Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center at Washington State University provides inclusive, creative and educational programming to empower and transform individuals and communities.
The beautiful building pays homage to the Palouse hills and to the traditional Nez Perce and Palus lands that WSU Pullman sits on.
On the web
What’s new? (WSM Fall 2016)
At our table (WSM Winter 2017)
Of place and history (WSM Summer 2021)