WSU Pullman professional and graduate students have until Feb. 28 to submit their abstract with a March 16 deadline to provide a digital poster presenting their work.
A new study conducted in part by WSU scientists takes progress to the next level in understanding climate-fire relationships at large scales, such as across western North America.
The WSU Showcase event will be streamed online by Northwest Public Broadcasting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24.
The poster sessions give faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students a forum for presenting their research, scholarship, or creative work to the WSU academic community.
A new agricultural innovation from WSU may solve an ancient predicament: how to protect crop plants from cold damage at bud break.
The Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities will feature virtual presentations this year.
Mannex, who most recently chaired the English department at Bentley Upper School in Lafayette, CA, brings a wealth of experience in education to his new role as associate director of the Office of Undergraduate Research.
The fund supports research with high market potential and provides researchers up to $40,000 to boost their ability to make an economic impact on society.
From “murder hornets” to life on other planets, the most popular WSU research coverage in a year dominated by COVID‑19 played on questions of how things could get worse or how we might leave this troubled planet.
New WSU research indicates there may be significant differences in how chronic cannabis use affects males and females.