WSU Cougar Head Logo Washington State University
WSU Insider
News and Information for Faculty, Staff, and the WSU Community

WSU air quality research and outreach featured

The first program of the new season of Extension Engaged will take place 9:30-10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept 23. Those wishing to be part of the studio audience will meet by 9:15 a.m. in Food Science and Human Nutrition T-101. For information on viewing via satellite or videostream, go to

The program will look at WSU’s research and outreach in the area of air quality and will focus on work being conducted by the Columbia Plateau PM-10 project and the Northwest Airquest Consortium. Guests will include:

Brian Lamb, Regents Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering and Architecture.
Joe Vaughan, assistant research professor in the Laboratory for Atmospheric Research, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Bill Schillinger, scientist and extension specialist with the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, stationed at the Lind Dryland Research Station.

Extension Engaged is a program broadcast monthly during the school year by the Information Department of WSU Extension.

Next Story

Recent News

WSU Core-to-Career program announces members of third cohort

Twenty-one Washington State University faculty have been named as the newest members of the Core-to-Career professional development program that impacts undergradutes’ career readiness.

Sharing American political and judicial expertise overseas

Recipient of a Fulbright Senior Specialist award for a three-week visit to Slovakia, WSU’s Cornell Clayton held a series of lectures for graduate and undergraduate students focusing on contemporary American politics.

College of Education appoints Eric Johnson as associate dean

Eric Johnson, an English language learners professor, will begin his two-year term on Aug. 16 and will focus heavily on faculty and staff professional development aimed at fostering an inclusive and equitable educational environment within the college.

WSU lab joins network identifying new pathogens

As part of the $1.7 billion Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence, the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory will play a key role preventing the spread of disease-causing pathogens, including new COVID-19 variants.

Find More News

Subscribe for more updates