The WSU software engineering seniors comprised one of five teams selected as finalists in the competition held by the International Conference on Software Engineering, a top research conference in the field.
Eleven WSU faculty members are at work on plans for the coming year: assigning and evaluating their students’ writing assignments in new ways.
Among those honored for 2021 are Regents scholars, National Merit scholars, transfer students and Honors College graduates. Each is poised for success in careers, or in graduate or professional schools.
The center has selected nine faculty to receive the 2021 CAH Fellowships and Catalyst Award.
Robert Franklin, assistant director of the WSU Tri-Cities Hanford History Project and teaching assistant professor of history, was one of a handful of on-air talent that starred in “The Manhattan Project Electronic Field Trip.”
Jeffrey Sanders’ research sheds new light on “Project Sunshine,” a secret, international program launched by the U.S. government in 1953 to study the amount of radioactive fallout in the environment.
Sarah Truglio received the Washington Small Business Development Center’s top honor which is given to a business advisor who exemplifies the highest standards of professional behavior.
Dr. Dale Moore serendipitously “met cows and fell in love” in the summer of 1978 on a Washington dairy farm, leading to a career dedicated to preventative veterinary medicine for dairy cattle and training veterinarians.
Graduate students Kitana Kaiphanliam and Brenden Fraser-Hevlin are working to commercialize a bioreactor that is able to grow 25 times more cancer-killing T cells than current technology in half the time.
The Research Fellowship Program is a collaboration between David Makin, a WSU criminal justice professor, and Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins. It was among the efforts highlighted by this year’s Smart 50 Awards.
Achieving certification from the American Culinary Federation demonstrates the growing expertise of Dining Services chefs and illustrates their commitment to providing high quality meals.
WSU faculty members are engaged in six new projects to improve undergraduate education, thanks to funding from the Samuel H. and Patricia W. Smith Teaching and Learning Endowment.
WSU students Frances Ward and Jonnie Bray are the newest recipients of prestigious Udall Undergraduate Scholarship awards. Both women ranked among the top 11% of national recipients in their respective categories.
Roschelle (Shelly) Fritz, assistant professor at the WSU College of Nursing Vancouver, is one of 10 nurse scientists accepted to the second cohort of the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators.
Biochemistry major Owen Canterbury will investigate the mechanisms involved in bacterial ribosome-associated protein quality control at Germany’s Heidelberg University.
With more prescription drugs being approved for dogs and cats, WSU research supported by the Palouse Club is helping identify when treatment might trigger adverse reactions.
Jiang, a professor and genome biologist with WSU’s Department of Animal Sciences, will develop new genome-to-phenome concepts in Australia through a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award.