The School of Engineering & Applied Sciences at WSU Tri-Cities prepares graduates for traditional and emerging careers. You will build upon your talents and interests while making connections through internships and class projects. Faculty expertise – from jet propulsion at NASA to water systems in Bangladesh – allows for real-world discussion about the importance of engineering and computer science in daily life.
You will engage in an educational experience that is based in theoretical, experimental, and ethical knowledge and enhanced by opportunities to participate in research, internships, international studies, interdisciplinary studies, and entrepreneurship.
WSU Tri-Cities is creating a MakerSpace where students, faculty, and community members can come together to network and learn through hands-on projects and designs. Students will have access to the tools, ideas, and mentors to put their designs to the test. If they can imagine it, we’ll provide the space for them to make it. Do you have ideas for a project or recommendations on how we can best develop the space? Let us know!
Pacific Northwest Supercomputing Center (PNSC)
Washington State University is leading the establishment of the Pacific Northwest Supercomputing Center (PNSC) to advance and ultimately define research and education in high-performance simulation and data‐intensive computing. We will expand undergraduate and graduate programs and curricula through high-performance simulation and data‐intensive computing, catalyze new collaborative partnerships, incubate multi-disciplinary initiatives and programs, and capture emerging funding opportunities.
The Scientific & Engineering Computing Collaborative (SEC2) is a multi-disciplinary institute that leads the application of High-Performance Computing throughout the educational and research programs at WSU Tri-Cities. SEC2 collaborates with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and is guided by a compelling vision and an ambitious mission.