February 16, 2015
By Beverly Makhani, Office of Undergraduate Education
PULLMAN, Wash. – Environmental artist Chris Jordan will discuss albatross chicks that died from eating plastic trash in a free, public presentation, “Encountering Midway: A Barometer for Our Culture and Our World,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in the CUB auditorium at Washington State University.
December 17, 2008
Plastic Bottles, 2007 – depicts two million
plastic beverage bottles, the number used in the
U.S. every five minutes.
PULLMAN – The Museum of Art at WSU will exhibit “Running the Numbers” by Chris Jordan. The exhibition opens Wednesday, Jan. 14 and runs through Saturday, April 4.
Jordan will lecture on his work at 7 p.m. Jan. 22 in the Compton Union Building Auditorium. A special lecture with environmentalist Paul Hawken will take place at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 in the Compton Union Building Auditorium.
In 2006, Jordan began a series of digital … » More …
September 10, 2008
From left to right: Karen Killenger, Rita Abi Ghanem, Cathy Perillo, Lynne Carpenter-Boggs.
A seminar about the women’s session portion of the Iraqi Agricultural Extension Revitalization Project was put on by faculty from the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences and the Department of Food Science on Monday.
Rita Abi Ghanem, a research assistant with the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences; Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, a coordinator for the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources; Karen Killenger, a consumer food safety specialist; and Cathy Perillo, a clinical assistant professor, … » More …
January 28, 2008
PULLMAN — The second of two very weak and starving bald eagles found near Colville, Wash., died Friday night at WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
The body of the 5 year-old mature eagle “Carpenter” was found in his cage by crews Saturday morning.
“This is a very difficult time for everyone here who works to save raptors,” said Dr. Nickol Finch, who heads up the raptor rehabilitation program at WSU. “We have students and volunteers who spend countless hours fighting to save these great animals, but given these eagles’ poor condition the odds of survival were not good from the beginning.”
Both eagles … » More …
January 28, 2008
PULLMAN – One of two very weak and starving bald eagles found near Colville, Wash., has died at WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
The 3-year old juvenile eagle nicknamed “Jordan,” died this morning after crews say she appeared to be resting well overnight. The eagle suffered severe dehydration, hypothermia, and had lost a large percentage of its normal body weight before it was found in the wild unable to fly. During treatment at WSU, the eagle remained very lethargic and was not eating well. Veterinary care providers said Jordan passed quietly in its enclosure.
“The odds of survival were not good from the very beginning,” … » More …