Opinion/editorial from the Puget Sound Business Journal co-written by Anson Fatland, WSU Economic Development SEATTLE – Imagine a material that allows us to construct new buildings more quickly. Helps to combat climate change. Supports restoration of our forests while also helping revive our local rural economies.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A consultant and motivational speaker on conflict resolution and inclusive community building will address the Washington State University community at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the CUB auditorium.
SEATTLE – Washington State University has joined a Seattle-area nonprofit partnership to improve health care and economic development in diverse, low-income communities. It is anticipated that successful programs of Global to Local (G2L) in south King County might be replicated in eastern Washington.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Communicating about difference, social justice and community will be discussed at a presentation for Washington State University students and employees at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, in Education Addition 116.
Amanita mushroom. Photo courtesy of WSU Extension. EVERETT, Wash. – From garden to farm to forest, learn how to put fungi to work growing healthier plants. Did you know that almost 90 percent of all plants form a beneficial or symbiotic relationship with a fungus? These mycorrhizal fungi colonize plant roots and extend their root […]
SPOKANE, Wash. – A community pharmacist in Snohomish, Wash., has received national recognition for her work with pharmacy students as an adjunct faculty member at Washington State University. Janet M. Kusler was named Preceptor of the Year by the National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation. A preceptor is a practicing pharmacist who mentors and trains […]
PULLMAN, Wash. – The CUB’s dynamic as a hub of energy and diversity tying together the Washington State University Pullman campus is embodied in “Yellow Knot,” an art work that will be installed Monday, July 22, in the CUB west end atrium. Installation will begin about 8:30 a.m., when the work is […]
SPOKANE, Wash. – The concept of an experimental, self-sustaining community in the Hillyard neighborhood has been approved by the city and its department of health, and citizens have volunteered to live there for a five-year trial. Washington State University landscape architecture students led by associate professor Bob Scarfo spearheaded planning for […]