A $2 million proposal by Washington State University student Thomas Kile for the purchase, remodel, and expansion of a fictitious veterinary clinic earned first place in a national competition for veterinary students.
WSU Professor Debra Sellon is among a handful of veterinarians and scientists across the country who have formed the Agility Dog Health Network to research health concerns specific to these highly active canines.
A nestling Swainson’s hawk found this past summer outside an Idaho bar is likely now more than 6,000 miles south enjoying the Argentine sun thanks to WSU and a pair of adult hawks that called Pullman home.
Q fever naturally infects goats, sheep, and cattle. If transmitted to humans, the infection can lead to diverse clinical outcomes including flu-like symptoms, miscarriage or stillbirth in pregnant women.