Miscellaneous Resources

Work/Life Campus Resources

  • Child Care Resource & Referral: WSU Child Care Resource and Referral is a community service organization dedicated to the provision and development of licensed, quality, affordable early learning environments for all families in Whitman and Asotin Counties
  • Dual Work Balance: Dual career faculty couples face a unique set of challenges within the academic world. WSU’s Kirk and Noel Schulz’s article discusses their experiences over the last fifteen years related to work/life balance for a dual career engineering faculty couple.
  • Gender Inclusive and Trans* Support Work Group: 1. To update and review gender-inclusive facilities listing available on all WSU campuses, 2. Assess gap areas for gender-inclusive restrooms, and 3. Develop long-term plan to incorporate gender-inclusive restrooms on all campuses
  • Washington State Child Care Aware: Child Care Aware of Washington is dedicated to ensuring that every child in Washington has access to high-quality child care and early learning programs.
  • Women’s Resource CenterThe Center works to promote a safe and supportive climate that enables women to engage as full and active participants within the university system. The Center helps transform the educational environment into a more inclusive and progressive institution by assisting, supporting, and mentoring women at Washington State University.
    • Lactation Center: This recently updated space is located in the Women’s Center and provides a private, comfortable place to feed a child or use a breast pump. If you need to reserve the Lavender Lounge and Lactation Center for a particular time, do so by filling out the following form.
  • WSU Children’s CenterWashington State University Children’s Center provides care for the children of WSU students, staff, and faculty. We serve children from the age of 6 weeks through 12 years (5th grade).

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

ADVANCE at WSU is a member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. NCFDD is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community of over 71,000 graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members, who are dedicated to supporting academics and making successful transitions throughout their careers. With ADVANCE at WSU, they offer webinars, on-campus workshops, professional development training, and intensive mentoring programs. Take part in their upcoming webinar events and their other career-developing opportunities!

Other Leadership Training Opportunities

Graduate Student Resources


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