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WSU scientists contributed to Nobel Prize-winning research
October 5, 2017

They include physics professor Sukanta Bose, postdoctoral researcher Nairwita Mazumder and graduate students Bernard Hall and Ryan Magee. Also contributing were Fred Raab and Greg Mendell, astrophysicists and adjunct faculty working at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory detector, or LIGO, at Hanford.

Cheese in a can
October 5, 2017

In the late 1930s, the WSC Creamery wanted to find a new way to store cheese. Wax cracked easily and plastic hadn’t been invented.

Cougtunes
October 4, 2017

From big band jazz and solo tuba collections to blues and contemporary hard bop, the WSU School of Music produces and promotes many albums showcasing its faculty and students. Check out some of the latest releases.

A good apple (cider)
October 4, 2017

Did you know the cider apple research program was started at WSU Mount Vernon NWREC in 1979?

Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band present debut concert Wednesday
October 3, 2017

The free performance will include works by Vaughan Williams, Mackey, Persichetti, Grainger, and Reed. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble will premiere professor David Jarvis’ “Diagonals” from his Wynwood Suite #2 for Wind Ensemble, and also feature professor Julie Wieck, soprano, singing Bernard Gilmore’s “Five Songs for Soprano and Band.”

The fabric of the university
October 3, 2017

After 38 years with WSU, artist Tim Doebler’s creations have become interwoven throughout the university. Commemorative and recognition placards in building lobbies. A stone monument on Terrell Mall. Finely crafted tokens of appreciation awarded to University leaders and supporters. And, of course, the ornate university mace, a fixture at every convocation and commencement.

Former Fortune 100 exec to kick off lecture series on innovation and outreach Oct. 9
October 3, 2017

The first presentation of the university’s new Presidential Innovation and Outreach Speakers Series will feature Judith Giordan, co-founder of the Chemical Angels Network and an entrepreneur and former Fortune 100 executive. The presentation is set for 3:30 p.m. Monday, October 9, in Fulmer Hall, Room 201, on the Pullman campus.