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Hydrogen bonding launches engineering-science series

RICHLAND, Wash. – Engineering and science faculty members at Washington State University Tri-Cities have joined forces to offer a free, public, interdisciplinary seminar series beginning at noon Friday, Aug. 30. All seminars will be in Room 252 of the West Building, 2710 Crimson Way, Richland.   “Our idea is to expose our students to a […]

Pharmacy offers undergrad research fellowships

PULLMAN – Undergraduate students interested in research may apply for a summer fellowship at the Washington State University College of Pharmacy in Pullman or Spokane. Applications are due March 25 for Pullman fellowships and April 1 for Spokane fellowships.   Research topics in Pullman include cancer from several approaches, gene therapy and pain relief with […]

Four selected as American Chemical Society fellows

  Sue Clark   Kerry Hipps   Kenneth Nash   Young Wang PULLMAN – Four WSU faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Chemical Society (ACS). They are among 192 distinguished scientists who were named ACS Fellows in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments in chemistry and service to ACS, the world’s largest […]

2009 tenure and promotion

WSU faculty granted tenure and promotion in 2009 include: 2009 PROMOTION AND TENURE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL, HUMAN AND NATURAL RESOURCE SCIENCES NAME ACTION RANK DEPARTMENT EFFECTIVE DATE Matthew F. Bumpus Grant and Promote Associate Professor Human Development August 16, 2009 Kenneth C. Eastwell Promote Professor Plant Pathology, Prosser July 1, 2009 Eric L. Jessup Promote […]

Liberal Arts and Sciences announce new leaders

New leaders announced recently at the College of Liberal Arts include:   • Paul Whitney, interim dean. He has been associate dean for research at the college for three years and was chair of psychology before that.   • Cornell W. Clayton, director of the Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service. He is […]

Symposium calls for abstracts

The Inland Northwest Health Sciences Research Symposium planning committee invites the submission of abstracts of research to be considered for poster viewing or presentation on April 24 and 25. Those eligible to submit abstracts include scholars, researchers, scientists, faculty, those having achieved doctoral candidacy or terminal degrees, and master’s and doctoral students who have not […]

College merger report goes to provost

The six-member faculty committee charged with recommending whether the College of Sciences and the College of Liberal Arts should be merged into a single College of Arts and Sciences sent its report and recommendation to the office of the provost and the president’s office just before Thanksgiving. John Paznokas, chair of the committee, referred all […]

Keynote speaker to address patient care outcomes

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Washington State University Intercollegiate College of Nursing will once again host the annual Inland Northwest Nursing and Health Sciences Research Symposium from 2 to 4:30 p.m. April 27, at Mukogawa Fort George Wright Commons next to the Spokane Falls Community College campus. Health care professionals and the public are invited to […]

Natural resource scholars to speak on environment issues

Keith Blatner, professor and chair of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at WSU, and Roje S. Gootee, a WSU doctoral candidate, will speak on the “Committee for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach (CEREO): A Brief Overview” on April 12.The lecture, which is sponsored by the Thomas S. Foley Institute, is part of the Environmental […]