Two WSU College of Nursing doctoral students presented their research as their final step in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.
Barb Olson’s retirement celebration is from 2:30 – 4 p.m. Dec. 13 in the Information Technology building, second floor foyer.
NAI fellows are academic inventors who have demonstrated a highly prolific spirit of innovation.
Vet Med Professor Cariann Turbeville serves as guest panelist on Southern California Public Radio.
More than 600 staff and faculty members were honored Tuesday, Dec. 5, for their service to WSU.
Benjamin Shors, clinical associate professor of journalism and media production, has been named a fellow at the 2018 Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute.
Washington State quarterback Luke Falk was named the winner of the Burlsworth Trophy by the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation and Springdale Rotary Club at a banquet on Dec. 4. The Burlsworth Trophy is given to the top player who began his career as a walk-on athlete.
WSU student Danni Messina was feeling thankful over the Thanksgiving weekend and wanted to support a good cause. Two days later, her goodwill gesture for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital had her on the hook for over $200,000 and by her own admission feeling a bit panicked. Rather than throw in the towel, Messina showed the world how Cougar innovation works.
WSU researchers Caren Goldberg, Katherine Strickler, and Alex Fremier are being honored this week for their use of a technique that can detect minute amounts of DNA to see if at-risk species are in an area.
The two-phase competition involved the collaboration of students from diverse backgrounds, including architecture and construction management, responding to a request for qualifications, and request for proposals for a student health and wellness facility on a liberal arts college campus in the northwestern region of the United States.
WSU College of Veterinary Medicine held its 19th Annual CVM Student and Post-Doctoral Research Symposium, showcasing quality research.
A decade of organizing sports physical clinics for Vancouver-area students made Melody Rasmor a “Real Hero” to Clark County leaders.
John Peters, director of Washington State University’s Institute of Biological Chemistry, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Cavagnetto has for years been interested in the construction and critique of argument as students pose questions, gather data, and negotiate evidence-based claims. He was the co-chair of the international Argument-Based Inquiry Conference in 2015.
As a board member, McCluskey will provide advice on requests and inquiries from Congress, federal and state agencies and other groups, identify frontiers of science and policy in the food, agricultural, and natural resources system, and advocate for the work of the Board.
Keesha Matz knew there were no guarantees when she put in long hours on top of her considerable academic load to complete the Goldwater application late last year. But using her previous experience and guidance from mentors in WSU’s Distinguished Scholarship Program, Matz was named a Goldwater Scholar in 2017, joining fellow WSU students Amelia Brown and Julianna Brutman on the hallowed list.
The composition was premiered in January 2017 by the Baton Rouge Symphony, conducted by Timothy Muffitt with soloist Willis Delony, the Virginia Martin Howard Professor of Piano and professor of jazz studies at Louisiana State University. Both Muffitt and Delony submitted the nomination.