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History doctoral student Ryan Booth poses at a train station in an Indian city. Booth is in India on a Fulbright studying sociocultural issues.
History doctoral student Ryan Booth is in India on a Fulbright studying sociocultural issues. He is one of the students recently mentioned in the WSU Insider article WSU named a top producer of Fulbright U.S. Scholars. Ryan received support from the Distinguished Scholarships program that helped him pursue his Fulbright award.

History doctoral student Ryan Booth poses at a train station in an Indian city. Booth is in India on a Fulbright studying sociocultural issues.
History doctoral student Ryan Booth is in India on a Fulbright studying sociocultural issues. He is one of the students recently mentioned in the WSU Insider article WSU named a top producer of Fulbright U.S. Scholars. Ryan received support from the Distinguished Scholarships program that helped him pursue his Fulbright award.

Promoting student achievement and supporting great teaching at Washington State University. We invite our students to make change, innovate, and lead for the public good through comprehensive learning and experiences. We champion the great teaching that is involved in that process. Read more about DAESA.

News

  • WSU’s First Transformational Change Initiative Grants to Support Four Projects

    Washington State University faculty have been awarded the university’s inaugural Transformational Change Initiative (TCI) grants for advancing inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA) to advance teaching and learning systemwide. “The four funded projects show a remarkable depth and breadth of creativity in terms of IDEA initiatives,” said Erika Offerdahl, director of the Transformational Change Initiative. “We are pleased the grants will support innovative projects that can be in place for students as early as fall semester.”

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  • Retired WSU President Samuel H. Smith. Smith Teaching & Learning Grants Awards for 2022

    Five Washington State University faculty proposals for Smith Teaching and Learning Grant awards have been approved for funding, said William B. Davis, interim vice provost for academic engagement and student achievement. “The five projects funded by Smith grants will literally impact the student success and academic progress of hundreds of WSU students, and we are impressed by the innovative ideas advanced by all of the applicants. We will look forward to seeing the progress on, and the results from, these projects, with final reports due in August 2023.”

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Advancing a Transformational Educational Experience

It is the responsibility of DAESA to cultivate a transformational educational experience for our students at WSU by providing pathways to exceptional resources and experiences that promote academic engagement and student achievement for all undergraduates. We accomplish this task through the combined academic-support efforts of over 20 units, programs, and sub-programs that make up our division in the Office of the Provost.