WSU is advancing Washington industries …
WSU teams with aviation to develop sustainable aviation biofuels …
WSU partners to develop bioproducts that reduce dependence on petroleum imports …
WSU works with state commodity commissions to conduct needed agricultural research …
WSU developed the technology used for wood-plastic composites used for buildings …
WSU researchers work to improve dairy productivity and reduce disease …
WSU research has made Washington one of the world’s most productive wheat-growing regions …

Land grant mission in action, improving everyday lives

Crimson and Gray every day – happy birthday WSU, 125 years and counting …

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We hope our WSU Impact members and supporters of WSU have noticed the messaging and communications that have been on TV, radio, in print, and showing up on public transit and outdoor advertising. WSU is 125 years old this year. The University is celebrating over a century of excellence in providing quality education and conducting high impact research in service to residents of the state, our communities, nation, and world. We include a examples of ads that are running on broadcast and cable stations, KOMO TV in the greater Puget Sound/Seattle area (Channel 4 – ABC affiliate), and photos that will make you glow crimson in pride.

Sit back, put on your favorite Cougar tee shirt, and enjoy!

WSU has spent 125 years building discoveries, inspiring creativity, advancing science, conducting research, changing lives.

WSU has spent 125 years building discoveries, inspiring creativity, advancing science, conducting research, changing lives.

Captured this photo of a bus on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle.

Captured this photo of a bus on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. Click on the photo to be inspired by Bree’s amazing story.

Captured this photo on 15th Avenue, just getting on to the Ballard Bridge in Seattle.

Captured this photo on 15th Avenue, just getting on to the Ballard Bridge in Seattle. Click on the photo to learn more about Floricel Gonzalez, featured in the billboard.

 

Check out these great .15 and .30 second public messages we are doing with KOMO TV, our partner in sharing information and encouraging engagement with the public.

And, here are the spots playing on TVW, watched by many legislators and opinion leaders. TVW is Washington State’s public affairs network and allows citizens to watch, learn, and connect with our government entities in Olympia.

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