By Sylvia Kantor, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences OLYMPIA, Wash. – Carefully managed cattle grazing can improve weed control, plant health and plant diversity on native prairies, according to anecdotal evidence. However, no systematic study has attempted to track the impacts of managed grazing on native prairie plant communities in western Washington […]
PULLMAN, Wash. – An international performer who got his childhood start in Pullman’s Summer Palace and Washington State University’s opera program will return to share his talent and experience in a concert and master class in late March.
Many important aspects of academic development occur outside the classroom in the informal conversations, interactions, and mentoring that take place between faculty and students. Discussions during office hours, email exchanges, and spontaneous hallway meetings may seem natural and welcome to native English speakers, contributing much to their learning and progress. However, due to […]
RICHLAND – Building and strengthening reciprocal teaching relationships with Native American students will be the topic of a 7 p.m. lecture this Thursday (Feb. 28) at WSU Tri-Cities. The speaker, Michael Pavel, an associate professor in the WSU Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology in Pullman, is also a Traditional Bearer of Southern Puget […]
There is a great need for speech-language pathologists and audiologists to serve Native American communities, not just in the Northwest but around the country. In response, Washington State University’s Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences offers a program that encourages Native American students to pursue professional education in these fields. Speech, language and hearing disorders […]