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Photos: Resources encourage health and wellness
February 12, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – Health and wellness exhibitors from across the Palouse displayed their products and services to the Washington State University community Thursday, Feb. 12.

WSU regents approve Food Quality Building addition
October 24, 2014

By Kathy Barnard, WSU University Communications

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Creamery will be able to turn a drain on its resources into a possible new revenue stream and educational tool, thanks to action by the WSU Board of Regents today.

WSU news
October 31, 2008

Sign up for asthma research by Nov. 21

If you have asthma, you could earn up to $300 by participating in an asthma/exercise study for WSU’s Health & Wellness Services and National Aquatic & Sports Medicine Institute.
The study, which begins in January, needs 170 people between 18-40 years old with medically diagnosed asthma. Sign up for a screening appointment by Nov. 21 ONLINE @


Nominate co-workers for Crimson Spirit

The Crimson Spirit Award is designed to acknowledge the staff and faculty at WSU who exemplify university values and promote strategic goals through things like superior quality service, noteworthy extra effort … » More …

Research project looking for people with asthma
October 20, 2008

PULLMAN — WSU Health & Wellness Services and the National Aquatic & Sports Medicine Institute are looking for 170 individuals with asthma to participate in an asthma and exercise study.


Potential participants must be between 18-40 years old and have medically diagnosed asthma. Upon completion, participants may receive up to $300. Although the study begins in January, individuals interested in participating should sign up for a screening appointment at Health & Wellness Services by Nov. 21. Screening appointments can be scheduled by visiting


“Research shows that exercise can be beneficial for people with asthma; however, it can also stimulate an … » More …

Undergrad’s research chosen for exhibit
April 2, 2008

PULLMAN – A WSU senior’s research interest in exercise and health has drawn national attention to her and WSU.

Amy Jemelka, a movement studies major in the College of Education, is one of 60 undergraduates nationwide chosen to present research at the April 30 “Posters on the Hill” event at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Sponsored by the national Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), the event allows students to display posters on their investigations, as well as meet with members of Congress to discuss the impact of research on their undergraduate experience.

The Centralia native’s poster is titled, “Cardiovascular Fitness, Anxiety, Depression, and Insulin … » More …