When Greg Urquhart returned in 2005 from a tour of duty in Iraq, he noticed there were not many options available for Native American veterans. He set out to change that. And now he’s being recognized for it.
We want to thank all educators for the phenomenal job they do (even if they’re not our alumni)! Join us on June 20th in the Tri-Cities
New Program. Big Impact.
The College of Education has launched a new program, called WSU ROAR, which will help students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Two grants are increasing the number of Indigenous teachers, and strengthen Native teaching, through an an alternate certification path.
Our commitments and partnerships
- Scholarships and Giving
- Clearinghouse on Native Teaching and Learning
- Ti’tooqan Cuukeweneewit
- Plateau Center for American Indian Studies
- Fulbright Specialist Program
- WSU ROAR
- Three Minute Thesis (3MT)
Our highlighted research and labs
- PODCAST (Education Eclipse)
- BLOG (EduCoug)
- DEAN’S BLOG (Dean’s Perspectives)
- PHOTOS (Flickr)
- NEWS (In the News)