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May 6: Grad students present theses in three minutes

By C. Brandon Chapman, College of Education PULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate students will deliver their version of the “elevator speech” in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 6, in the College of Education’s graduate student lounge in Cleveland 70; the Washington State University community is invited to watch.

Fencing a foil to grad student stress

Discipline. Focus. The ability to think on your feet. Such are the benefits of the sport of fencing.These benefits brought second-year WSU Ph.D. student Julie Dawson back to the sport she originally began at age 15 but gave up during her busy undergrad years at Cornell. They are the same benefits she touts to other […]

Grad student’s plan ignites business with colleagues

Christopher Strahl is a vibrant business graduate student at WSU. With the support of Joe Harris, business development specialist at the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and Bintong Chen, business professor with WSU online learning, Strahl is a prime example of the “From Learning to Practical Application” logic. That is, he uses real-world business applications for […]