WSU graduate student Xiaochi Ma is making waves early in his career in viticulture, the science of growing grapes.
When Greg Urquhart returned to duty in Iraq, he noticed there weren’t many options for Native American veterans. He set out to change that.
WSU doctoral students attend a three-day workshop in Washington, D.C., focusing on Congress, the federal budget process, and science communication.
Posters/displays by faculty, staff, graduate students, and professional students will highlight scholarship, research and creative expression.
By Eric Sorensen, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – Columbia River Chinook salmon have lost as much as two-thirds of their genetic diversity, Washington State University researchers have found.
Abstract submissions are being accepted for the Academic Showcase and the GPSA Research Exposition through Jan. 22.
The success of the 161st, a unit that can trace its roots to Washington’s pre-statehood days as a territorial militia, sent a global message about the combat readiness of America’s citizen volunteers. Now, a pair of WSU graduate students have completed a new historical examination that represents the most comprehensive look at the unit’s service in the Pacific Theater ever compiled.
WSU student Eric Navarro won best poster presentation in Animal Science and Zoology at the 2017 National Diversity in STEM Conference hosted by the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science conference.
By Alyssa Patrick, Office of Research
PULLMAN, Wash. – WSU researchers will receive a national award for designing a new survey method that is now used in censuses around the world.
RICHLAND, Wash. – Students will deliver presentations on their research, classroom projects and art noon-1 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, May 2-4, as part of the Undergraduate Research Symposium and Art Exhibition at Washington State University Tri-Cities.