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WSU professor turns world travel into art, education, research

By Adriana Aumen, College of Arts and Sciences

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DeHart

PULLMAN, Wash. – Malaysia to Morocco, New Mexico to the Netherlands — WSU fine arts professor Dennis DeHart is globetrotting with a purpose, weaving his world travels into art, education, research and community service. » More …

New WSU degree leads the way in data analytics

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David Brown

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University is one of two research universities in the country offering a bachelor’s degree focused on data analysis and application, after recently receiving accreditation for the unique interdisciplinary degree. » More …

WSU professors named to state Academy of Sciences

 

 

 

Besser, Dillman, McElwain, Pooviah (l-r)

 

 

By the Washington State Academy of Science

 

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Academy of Sciences has announced the election of 17 new members in recognition of their distinguished and continuing scientific achievements. Three are from WSU, including:

 

Thomas Besser, professor, School for Global Animal Health

Don Dillman, Regents Professor, departments of sociology and community and rural sociology, and deputy director of the Social and Economic Science Research Center

Poovaiah, B. W. (Joe), Regents Professor, Department of Horticulture

 

A fourth WSU … » More …

Seminar features early Renaissance architecture

Matthew Cohen, an assistant professor of architecture in the Interdisciplinary Design Institute at WSU Spokane, will be the featured speaker at a free public seminar on April 21 from 3-5 p.m. in the Phase I Classroom Building Auditorium at 668 North Riverpoint Boulevard on the Riverpoint Campus. The presentation is a feature of the Third Friday Seminar Series hosted by the Office of Research and the Health Research and Education Center at WSU Spokane.Cohen’s research presentation– sometimes referred to as nonfiction DaVinci Code– will encompass his 15-year study of the proportional systems used in the churches designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in Florence. The churches featured … » More …

WSU Spokane seminar features early Renaissance architecture research

Matthew Cohen, an assistant professor of architecture in the Interdisciplinary Design Institute at WSU Spokane, will be the featured speaker at a free public seminar on April 21 from 3-5 p.m. in the Phase I Classroom Building Auditorium at 668 North Riverpoint Boulevard on the Riverpoint Campus. The presentation is a feature of the Third Friday Seminar Series hosted by the Office of Research and the Health Research and Education Center at WSU Spokane.Cohen’s research presentation– sometimes referred to as nonfiction DaVinci Code– will encompass his 15-year study of the proportional systems used in the churches designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in Florence. The churches featured … » More …

Spokane to offer new degree

Washington State University Spokane has become one of a few universities in the nation to offer an interdisciplinary degree integrating concepts and principles of exercise science and nutrition.The Bachelor of Science in exercise physiology and metabolism focuses on biological interrelationships between exercise and nutrition, as well as social/psychological aspects on exercise and nutrition and the effect of these interactions on the health of individuals.According to program faculty members, the curriculum is distinctive because the emphasis of the degree is on integrating exercise and nutrition effects. Most other programs that offer some content from each of the two areas typically offer a bachelor’s degree in one … » More …