The research, which is being conducted at WSU Tri-Cities, has the potential of being used at contaminated sites around the world.
WSU Tri‑Cities faculty, staff, and students are invited to join President Kirk Schulz on Oct. 2 for a town hall in Richland to talk about the university’s upcoming opportunities and challenges.
The annual Career Fair for the campus is set for 10 a.m.–2 p.m. this Thursday, Oct. 3.
A new MOSAIC Center for Student Inclusion at WSU Tri‑Cities will be a home to student resources to enhance equity and inclusion, a place to discover more about various cultures and a central location for students to dialogue and learn about current social issues.
Savanna Navarro Kresse played an instrumental role in creating the new WSU Tri-Cities Inclusion Center—a space dedicated to diverse students of all kinds so they can gather, learn from each other, and seek support.
WSU Tri-Cities’ Hanford History Project will host and partner to host a variety of activities throughout September in celebration of the Hanford Site 75th anniversary.
Allan Felsot has made science interesting and relevant for several generations of college students at WSU Tri‑Cities.
Due to continuing road construction on George Washington Way in Richland, those traveling to WSU Tri-Cities should anticipate traffic delays for the start of school on Aug. 19.
The sonar-based device could enable engineers to better assess and prepare for future situations at the Hanford site.
WSU scientists have improved the software for studying asteroids and determining which of them might be on a collision course with Earth.