Xiaofeng Guo is part of a national team of scientists that received $39 million in Department of Energy funding to develop technologies to increase supplies of elements critical for clean energy.
All WSU campuses are back to normal operations today following a record breaking snowstorm that hit university campuses across the state.
Supervisors and instructors across the WSU system are encouraged to practice flexibility for students and employees who are unable to report to campus safely due to inclement weather.
The nation’s largest professional association for student affairs professionals has recognized five individuals at WSU for their dedication to and excellence in serving students.
A new certificate program being developed by an interdisciplinary team of WSU faculty aims to help students understand ways architectural elements can shape daily life and society.
The genetic markers could ultimately be used to predict the risk of defects in apple crops, which would in turn increase profits for farmers.
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