WSU Tri-Cities is a Washington State University, which shares one faculty. The University strongly values diversity among its faculty, staff and students. As a campus of a land-grant institution, WSU Tri-Cities is committed to excellence in research, learning, and outreach to all constituents.
WSU Faculty Senate
The mission of the Faculty Senate is to exercise the legislative powers delegated to it, and to make recommendations to the President and appropriate administrative officials of the University and through the President to the Board of Regents on matters affecting the general welfare of Washington State University and its educational, research, and service activities.
The current WSUFaculty Manualand its revisions by the WSU Board of Regents, is the official guide to policies and procedures, and its provisions are conditions of employment. The Faculty Manual should be consulted and followed in resolving questions regarding faculty appointments and university policies and procedures.
WSU Tri-Cities Faculty Handbook
The WSU Tri-Cities Faculty Handbook is a supplement to the WSU Faculty Manual. It provides brief answers to commonly asked questions about WSU Tri-Cities and summarizes important policies and procedures specific to our campus.
Innovative Instruction Series
The Innovative Instruction Series is designed to facilitate and support all ranks of faculty in creating learner-centered curriculum and pedagogy. These teaching workshops focus on building the knowledge and skill of our faculty in areas of active learning, student engagement, and teaching strategies and create a space for faculty to discuss their teaching and learn from one another.
Max E. Benitz Library
The Max E. Benitz Memorial Library is one library in the Washington State University Library system. Washington State University Libraries have more than two million books and over 30,000 journal and magazine subscriptions. Media, maps, microforms, government publications, ebooks, ejournals, manuscripts, archives, and special collections additionally support WSU’s teaching and research programs. Approximately 35,000 volumes are added to the collection annually. WSU Libraries are a member of a consortium of 37 other libraries in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, with access to an additional 28 million items. The Libraries also offer access to the full text of over 25,800 digital resources, including current journals, books, documents, and more.
Faculty are the heart of the institution and Academic Affairs wants to spread the word about the good work that you’re doing. Have you won an award? Presented at a conference? Mentored a student? Published your research?