Before the end of the century, rapid heating could mean 3.5 billion people will be living outside the climate ‘niche’ in which humans have thrived for 6,000 years, according to a new study led in part by a WSU scientist.
The four-year bachelor of arts degree program offered on the WSU Pullman and Vancouver campuses consists primarily of courses in anthropology and biological sciences, with additional courses of the student’s choosing.
Coughing fits, anxiety and paranoia are three of the most common adverse reactions to cannabis, according to a recent study by WSU scientists.
A new study by a WSU psychologist explores how living in a big city or small town can help shape an infant’s behavior.
WSU sociologists are studying the factors behind an alarming rise in incarcerations in smaller cities and rural counties across the United States.
In his 30‑minute BBC radio documentary, “The Digital Election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy,” Travis Ridout shares highlights and insights of his interviews with a variety of sources, including British voters and online advertising professionals.
Inhaled cannabis reduces self-reported headache severity by 47.3% and migraine severity by 49.6%, according to a recent study led by Carrie Cuttler, a WSU assistant professor of psychology. The study also found no evidence that cannabis caused “overuse headache,” a pitfall of more conventional treatments.
Events honoring the sacrifices of U.S. service members are taking place across the WSU system in advance of Veterans Day.
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Dylan Bugden, who this spring joined the Department of Sociology as an assistant professor, is an expert in environmental conflict and the sociology of energy systems.