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Museum displays professor and dog skeleton

 

Not even death could put an end to Grover S. Krantz’s 30-year career of teaching physical anthropology.

 
Krantz, a former professor at WSU, is now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, demonstrating how science can help explain history. Or at least his skeleton is.
 
Click here to access more from the Chronicle of Higher Education article, “A Teacher to the Bone.”

 

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Honoring the milestones and contributions of WSU employees

Staff and faculty play a crucial part in WSU’s work and the university each year recognizes employees for their contributions, including milestones in their time at Washington State. “Employee recognition is a vital part of the WSU experience and we’re proud to honor their service and commitment,” said Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer […]

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