Faculty who care about your success
At Washington State University, extraordinary people help you succeed. You enjoy one-to-one learning opportunities with leading experts who help you grasp new ideas and engage you in intellectual challenges.
You receive instruction from renowned scholars such as:
- Professor Don Dillman, the father of modern mail and telephone research methodology
- Professor David Bahr, co-inventor of the world’s smallest engine
- Professor Margaret Black, whose genetic research has significantly advanced the quest for a cancer cure
- Professor R. James Cook, who was chosen to join the National Academy of Sciences—the nation’s highest honor for scientific researchers.
And these people don’t just talk to you from behind a lectern, they work with you to help you realize your full potential.
Learn more about our world-class faculty:
Life is good at WSU.
A unique richness of students, faculty, location, activities, and organizations creates a full, lively student life at the University. This section gives you the insider's view on student life and a sampling of the opportunities here.
"Glimpses." Students talk about life at WSU
These brief posts are written by WSU students to give you a personal look through their window on campus life.