Busse, author of “Gunfight,” is a former gun industry executive who is now taking the industry to task for what he sees as its role in radicalizing the country. He is speaking to the WSU community Feb. 22.
By Alyssa Patrick, Office of Economic Development VANCOUVER, Wash. – Barbara Sorg studied functions of the brain for years before she saw the tiny nets in her microscope that made her heart skip a beat.
By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – Rachel Wieme has big ideas growing in a quinoa plot near Pullman. Her organic experiments hold the potential to improve soil and help feed the world. But it’s a long way from idea to impact.
By Jeffrey Dennison, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – A comparison of Washington and Colorado public policy following marijuana legalization and the impact on the rest of the country will be discussed at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, in the Washington State University Tri-Cities East Auditorium, 2710 Crimson Way, Richland.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate students gained experience translating their research into science information for policy makers during recent internships with governmental, political, scientific or nonprofit groups. They share what they learned in a new video.
By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services WASHINGTON – A Washington State University student will have the ear of about 50 policy makers when he speaks at a U.S. Capitol briefing Tuesday on behalf of a national TRIO program called Student Support Services.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The challenge of balancing democracy and good public policy in the new recreational marijuana industry will be discussed by Chris Marr of the Washington State Liquor Control Board at noon Thursday, Feb. 27, in 308 Bryan Hall.
PULLMAN, Wash. – As voters prepare to submit their ballots, two Washington State University scientists joined a Foley Institute panel Monday to discuss ethics, science, politics of food and Initiative 522 – the proposal to determine labeling regulations for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Washington state.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Using Montana’s fast-growing Flathead County as a template, a Washington State University researcher has found that moderately restrictive land-use policies can significantly curb the potential damage of rural wildfires. However, highly restrictive planning laws will not do much more.