The WSU alumnus’ gift of more than $1.5 million provides perpetual annual funding for arts, music, and humanities programming, including student engagement opportunities like internships and study abroad.
A presentation, “From Dissertation to Book: Discussing the Process and Experience of Early Professional Scholarship,” will be held from 1–2 p.m. tomorrow in the Terrell Library atrium. The event will also be livestreamed.
Since coming to WSU from Malaysia in August, Yii Kah Hoe has ventured with his microphone into nearby woods, along rivers and streams, and even out onto an icy pond to capture the sounds of the Palouse.
The harrowing true story of two friends surviving a fishing vessel’s near capsizing en route to Seattle is WSU imprint Basalt Books’ first novel to make the Northwest Booksellers Association’s bestsellers list.