Robert Crossler is helping institutions in central and eastern Europe develop strategic responses to emerging forms of high-tech crime.
Problems with improper use and access of the research track have become so serious that WSU Police will be called when people and their animals are found using the track and its surrounding area.
The first-of-its-kind development is expected to make it easier to find treatments for a disease that has destroyed millions of acres of orange, grapefruit and lemon groves around the world.
The tour will take place on Thursday, Sept. 19 on the farm, located on Animal Science Road behind the WSU Bear Research, Education and Conservation Center in Pullman.
Two WSU corporations set annual meetings in Pullman.
Graduate student Mykala Anglin has earned the Ferrucci Award for her efforts to help educators learn to use technology in the classroom.
The president and provost will make a brief presentation before engaging in a dialogue with meeting attendees.
WSU Pullman Transportation Services has teamed up with an app called WayToPark to allow visitors to pay for parking and add more time if necessary from their phones.
Austin, previously WSU’s vice provost for academic affairs, will return to her role as director of the Edward R. Murrow Center for Media and Health Promotion Research and professor in the Murrow College.
Two WSU teams received nearly $20,000 for their research using virtual reality to address issues in computational computer science.