Jordan Boersma, an ornithology doctoral student at Washington State University, discovered knowledge about the white-shouldered fairywren, and about the people and cultures, of Papua New Guinea. See his journeys below through his photographs.
A group of artists, musicians, dancers, poets, and writers in Chicago gave birth to the rich aesthetic based on Black American experience known as the Black Arts Movement (BAM). Below are just a few examples of their work.
Read about a new documentary on BAM in Chicago from WSU Vancouver associate professors of English Thabiti Lewis and Pavithra Narayanan.
Schoolchildren in the small, war-torn African nation of Burundi are planting gardens and learning other skills, working with Washington State University Extension and 4-H partners.
Take a look at some of their successful efforts…
Read more in “Gardens of hope in Burundi”
The Tukey Orchard at Washington State University has provided fruit and research opportunities for a century.
Take a visual stroll among the orchard over the years.
Read more about the moving of Tukey Orchard.
Architect, photographer, and alumnus Harley Cowan photographed Hanford Site as part of a fellowship to document the historic location, now part of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park.
Read more about Cowan and the project.
Photos by Harley Cowan
Washington State University’s Meyer’s Point Environmental Field Station on south Puget Sound connects to the environment, history, and education of the region.
Photographer Zach Mazur ’06 captured images of this beautiful place that provides a place of research and education.
Writer and Washington State University Regents professor of English Debbie Lee traveled to Svalbard in the Arctic aboard the tall ship Antigua, as part of the Arctic Circle Artist Residency Program. Follow the journey through Lee’s photographs below, and read her essay, “Arctic chronicles,” in the Spring 2019 issue.
The equestrian history of Washington State goes back to the founding of the school. Take a photographic tour below of some of the many ways WSU has been connected to horses.
Read about the WSU Equestrian team in “Back in the saddles,” Fall 2018.