Racial and ethnic minorities, people born outside the U.S and women with children were three of the groups that experienced the largest declines in the likelihood of full‑time work and work hours, according to the WSU study.
Gregmar Galinato’s research shows that higher tobacco prices had more of an impact on reducing adolescent smoking than education programs focusing on the ill effects of tobacco use.
The Fellow designation recognizes the impact both Marsh and McCluskey have had in the field of agricultural, resource, and environmental economics.
A Regents Professor and Distinguished Professor of Sustainability in the School of Economic Sciences, she has served as the school’s associate director since 2015.
Casavant is being honored for five decades of outstanding teaching and research at WSU.
Kristen Petersen, data manager for WSU’s Social and Economic Sciences Research Center, has received the 2019 John Tarnai Memorial Scholarship from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations.
Despite decades of feminism and a growing awareness of gender stereotypes, attractive women simply aren’t seen as fitting in traditionally masculine roles, according to new WSU research.
Study to focus on whether education at two‑year institutions helps lead to better outcomes later in life.
Paid maternity leave improves the psychological well‑being of working mothers and their children, study indicates.
Using cellphone data and political precinct maps, researchers find America’s polarization playing out at the family dinner table.