Math & Statistics Scholarship Recipients
Get to know previous recipients of our Mathematics & Statistics scholarships. Who knows – maybe you’ll see your own name here in the future!
Mental health is an incredibly important part of overall health. With a growing number of people experiencing mental health symptoms, WSU believes it’s critical to offer workplace wellness training programs to advocate for employees’ mental wellbeing.
Editor's note: We found this Spring 2022 Commencement speech by Amanda Peterson, who graduated with a master's degree from the Department of Graduate Nursing, to be so insightful and true to students' experiences, that we decided to publish it.Hello, my name is...
As Spring 2022 Commencement approaches, learn more about a few of this semester’s graduates and their Warrior journeys.
WSU graduate Stephen Shaw has been curious about how things work since he was a kid. And now with his degree, he has the skills and freedom to build his own career and grow within it.
Our students chase their dreams while earning their degrees. Like Kendra Nusbaum, who not only has a passion for eliminating language barriers in health care, but also is making a difference locally and globally.
WSU is all about improving the world, and graduate Jessica Anderson is living the Warrior Life as a student who’s eager to help others by volunteering in the community and getting involved on campus.
Soon-to-be WSU alum Cheryl Ferrill returned to college after 40 years to not only switch career paths and earn her degree, but also to chase her passion and open her very own yoga studio in honor of her late mother.
To be a Warrior means to persevere no matter what life throws your way. Like graduate Zeinab Mohamed, who balanced being a mother and a Nursing student at WSU thanks to the support of her professors.
After working as a social studies teacher for a decade, WSU alum Tommy Sawyer returned to earn his master’s degree and create positive learning environments for his students—just like his teachers had done for him.
Learn what some WSU students have to say about the value of collaborating with other students and giving back to the community through Bridges Health, a community clinic that’s student-led and supervised by clinical faculty members.