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WSU in the Media
May 9, 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
- 05-09-12 Tri City Herald - WSU set to receive $2M in DOE cash
- 05-09-12 Western Farm Press - Irrigation made simpler with WSU-developed online scheduling tool
- 05-09-12 AgInfo - Online Irrigation Tool developed by researchers at WSU
- 05-09-12 The Grower - WSU cherry breeder was set last year to release two new sweet cherry varieties that had built-in powdery mildew resistance.
- 05-09-12 KEPR 19 - Eastern Washington selected as NASA's stand-in for Mars
- 05-09-12 Capital Press - WSU extension specialist sees a value in helping producers test their water.
- 05-09-12 Food Production Daily - Study conclusion over bisphenol A breast cancer hazard challenged by scientists
- 05-08-12 US Army - Fortunately, however, Yang found that WSU also was pursuing the technology.
- 05-08-12 KYW Newsradio - WSU has found that exposure to chemicals in the environment can result in passing along bad genes to new generations.
- 05-08-12 Tri City Herald - WSU extension receives grant to offer trainings
- 05-08-12 KPLU News - For the second year in a row WSU's board of regents voted to raise tuition 16 percent or $1500.
(For previous media headlines, click on the "WSU in the Media" link in the left-hand navigation column)
05-08-12 Chronicle of Higher Ed - State Student-Aid Grants Should Focus on Completion, Not Just Merit, Report Says
05-08-12 Chronicle of Higher Ed - Senate Republicans Block Vote on Bill to Freeze Interest Rate on Student Loans
- 05-09-12 Spokesman Review - Path to Pullman
- 05-09-12 Spokesman Review - One big inning sparks Cougars
- 05-08-12 KVEW - WSU baseball players visit hospital patients at Kadlec
- 05-08-12 Tri City Herald - WSU beats Portland in Pasco
- 05-08-12 Spokesman Review - Cougs’ football booth evolves
(For a current list of WSU athletic news and media headlines, click on the "Sports Headlines" link in the left-hand navigation column.)
- 05-08-12 Chicago Tribune - WSU students design new sign for western entrance to Pullman