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Singapore provides Pullman student ‘eye-opening’ research experience

Zachary Colligan began the first month of his master’s degree program as one of just five students selected nationally for a NSF-sponsored research abroad experience in the architecturally abundant city-state of Singapore.

UREC training helps Cougs rescue injured Grand Canyon hiker

The hiker looked like she might be taking a break from the strenuous ascent from the bottom of the Grand Canyon, but it was clear she was in trouble when WSU students Alana Duvall and Johannah Ludwig reached her.

Dynamic speakers, community service anchor MLK celebration

Crystal Fleming, an author and professor of sociology and Africana studies at SUNY Stony Brook, will give a keynote address on Feb. 7. The semester-long slate of speakers and events are designed to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

WSU community helps resettle refugees

The Hameedi family arrived at their new home in Pullman after fleeing war torn Afghanistan thanks in part to the efforts of Paul Whitney, associate vice president for international programs.

WSU scientist presents grape smoke exposure research during trip to Japan

Department of Viticulture & Enology Assistant Professor Tom Collins presented an overview of his grape smoke exposure research and described risk assessment efforts during a conference at the University of Yamanashi.

Student-created wines blend well with holiday celebrations

Students work with faculty and with commercial wineries and if their Blended Learning wine turns out well, it’s bottled and sold with the student’s name adorning the label. Proceeds are funneled back into the program.