WSU News

February 14, 2012

General News
02-14-12 Product Design & Development – WSU Chemist Applies Google Software to Webs of the Molecular World

02-14-12 Tacoma News Tribune – Despite challenges, Washington’s universities are making progress

02-14-12 Los Angeles Times –  WSU professor helps oversee organic seed program

02-14-12 Bellingham Herald – See dinosaur skull, hear talk at WSU Tri-Cities

02-13-12 Christian Science Monitor – WSU astrobiologist has proposed a way to rate any planet’s potential habitability

02-13-12 ElectroIQ – Tektronix donates semiconductor metrology equipment to WSU Vancouver

02-13-12 Capital Press – WSU Extension offers new irrigation website

02-12-12 OregonLive – Online dating is “the new blind date,” according to WSU prog

02-11-12 Bellingham Herald – WSU alumna named Washington’s poet laureate for 2012-14

(For previous media headlines, click on the “WSU in the Media” link in the left-hand navigation column)

Higher Ed
02-14-12 The Chronicle of Higher Ed – 1.5% Increase Sought for Basic Research

02-13-12 The Chronicle of Higher Ed – National Science Foundation Steps Up Its Push for Interdisciplinary Research

02-14-12 WSU Athletics – Former Cougar Lagat Breaks American 5k Record at Millrose Games

02-13-12 WSU Athletics – Women’s Cross Country Team Earns National Academic Honor

02-11-12 WSU Athletics – Track & Field Cougars Have Strong Performances at Husky Classic

02-11-12 WSU Athletics – Cougars Drop Contest To Oregon, 67-62

02-11-12 WSU Athletics – No. 49 Sacramento State Outlasts Cougars 5-2

02-10-12 WSU Athletics – Cougars Run to PRs Friday Night at Husky Classic

02-10-12 WSU Athletics – Kimpel Earns National Cross County Academic Honor

(For a current list of WSU athletic news and media headlines, click on the “Sports Headlines” link in the left-hand navigation column.)


02-13-12 Philadelphia Inquirer – WSU study shows that raising beef uses significantly less natural resources today

02-10-12 Good Therapy – WSU study looks at effects of drink abstinence training