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Sign up for asthma research by Nov. 21
If you have asthma, you could earn up to $300 by participating in an asthma/exercise study for WSU’s Health & Wellness Services and National Aquatic & Sports Medicine Institute.
The study, which begins in January, needs 170 people between 18-40 years old with medically diagnosed asthma. Sign up for a screening appointment by Nov. 21 ONLINE @ www.hws.wsu.edu.
 
Nominate co-workers for Crimson Spirit
The Crimson Spirit Award is designed to acknowledge the staff and faculty at WSU who exemplify university values and promote strategic goals through things like superior quality service, noteworthy extra effort and exemplary performance. The award is given based on peer nominations and committee review.
Make nominations ONLINE @ www.employee-recognition.wsu.edu.

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Strength in numbers

Prioritizing family, whether at home or on the field, is what drives Jake Dickert in his first full season as the WSU head football coach. Dickert and the Cougs play the Huskies in the Apple Cup this Saturday.

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Strength in numbers

Prioritizing family, whether at home or on the field, is what drives Jake Dickert in his first full season as the WSU head football coach. Dickert and the Cougs play the Huskies in the Apple Cup this Saturday.

Global Campus inducts first distinguished alumni

The first five inductees were Shelley Broader, Nancy Krook, Lisa King, Katey Koehn, and Gary Rubens — all leaders in business or philanthropy and supporters of the worldwide WSU Global Campus community.

Insider will return Monday, Nov. 28

WSU Insider is taking a break to join with the rest of the university community in celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. Enjoy the break. We’ll be back the morning of Nov. 28 with fresh posts and all the latest information for the WSU community.

Learning from indigenous populations common thread in new grants

Three new grants with funding from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences will promote community education with a common focus on learning from Native populations.

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