Cutting edge of mass spectroscopy topic of lecture

Alan Marshall, the world’s foremost authority on high performance mass spectrometry, will give the 2006 Abelson Lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. in Todd 276. Marshall, who co-invented the Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer, is director of the Ion Cyclotron Resonance Program at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, […]

Nominations open for alumnus award

The highest honor bestowed upon a Washington State University alumnus is the WSU Regents’ Distinguished Alumnus Award. Since 1962, the award has been presented to 34 men and women who have made distinguished contributions to society and/or have brought distinction to the university through personal achievement. Most recently, in the fall of 2004, distinguished molecular […]

Regents approve plan for 18-hole golf course

The Washington State University Board of Regents approved a plan Friday, Oct. 22, for construction of a new 18-hole championship golf course and practice facility to replace the university’s current 9-hole course.University administrators said that the course, to be built on a 315-acre site on the Pullman campus, would be a recreational amenity to students, […]

WSU honors science alumni

Washington State University honored two of its most prestigious, internationally recognized science alumni Sept. 6 when it renamed Science Hall for Philip Abelson and the late Neva Abelson, long-time WSU supporters. Leon J. Radziemski, dean emeritus of the College of Sciences, presided over the public ceremony. The idea to rename the science building “Abelson Hall” […]