The Washington Research Foundation donated $1.65 million to support graduate students finding solutions to problems such as tick-borne diseases, brain disorders, and demands for clean water.
The distinction demonstrates WSU’s focus on meeting the highest standards and the center’s status as a place where children are not only kept safe but provided educational experiences.
Four women’s athletics teams and three men’s teams received perfect single-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the latest report from the NCAA.
A delegation of 14 student journalists from the Balkans are participating in a three‑week program that includes visiting regional news outlets, taking classes with faculty experts, and connecting with local non‑profits.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded WSU more than $100,000 to enhance its research nuclear reactor.
The grants are part of a series of recent commitments from the provost’s office to promote inclusion, diversity, equity, and access.
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