Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month: AMDT alumna encourages students to make career connections

Inspired by her family and experiences at WSU, Lauren Thomas helps students make the personal and professional connections that launch their career journeys.

Lauren Thomas

Women’s History Month: Honoring the female leaders of CAHNRS

Within CAHNRS, women have consistently broken barriers. A recent sign of progress is illustrated by the college’s current executive leadership team, which includes five women.

‘We Trust in God, but Sell for Cash’: Successful Turn-of-the-Century Dressmaker, Businesswoman Subject of WSU Exhibit

PULLMAN, Wash.—Lucy A. Stevenson would have been considered a woman ahead of her time for owning a dress- and hat-making business in 1901. That she started the business at age 60 in turn-of-the-century Issaquah, Wash., put her in the ranks of women making history in even rural corners of the world.

A Twist on Victor/Victoria: WSU Student’s Unisex Style Collection Offers Unique Approach to Sustainability

PULLMAN, Wash.—For Women’s History Month in March, one Washington State University student is exploring how unisex apparel lends itself to sustainability through her master’s thesis design collection. Chiayun Corrine Tsai will present a video of her collection and research during a reception from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, that opens WSU’s March “Reinterpreting Reality” […]