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Poor outdoor air quality calls for precautions

PULLMAN, Wash. – Smoke has made the air unhealthy for sensitive groups – including infants, children, adults older than 65, pregnant women, people who have had a stroke and those with heart or lung disease, asthma or diabetes.

Washington State University Environmental Health & Safety advises these people to limit their time outdoors. For more information, see http://ehs.wsu.edu/ph/wildfiresmoke.html or contact 509-335-3041.

The Web page includes links to the state Department of Ecology website with statewide air quality reports and precautions in case air quality deteriorates.

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Grant to help increase wheat drought and heat resilience

An effort to identify genes in spring wheat that would allow it to be more heat and drought resilient recently earned more than $2 million in funding.

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Grant to help increase wheat drought and heat resilience

An effort to identify genes in spring wheat that would allow it to be more heat and drought resilient recently earned more than $2 million in funding.

Three dangerous email scams targeting WSU

Online scammers continue to target university faculty, staff, and students. To make it easier to recognize the threats, Information Security Services describes the three most common email attacks.

Balancing military service and pharmacy school

In recognition of Military Appreciation Month, WSU wanted to highlight the accomplishments of one pharmacy student who put his degree on pause while he returned to active duty.

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