By Joanna Steward, College of Arts and Sciences WASHINGTON – A simple mistake during an experiment into endocrine disruptors – chemicals known to interfere with fetal development – dramatically changed the direction of inquiry for one Washington State University researcher and led him to challenge the core biological principals of genetic inheritance.
WASHINGTON — In a dim hallway in the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History, anthropologist David Hunt opens a dingy green cabinet and pulls out a drawer full of human bones. “This,” he says, “is Grover Krantz.” …. Krantz spent 30 years at Wazzu, teaching anthropology, human evolution and forensics while running the university’s anthropology […]
Dewitt (Duke) Beattie, a WSU engineering technical supervisor with the College of Science, recently had one of his photos selected to be displayed in a Smithsonian museum and was named a finalist in a national photography contest.Beattie has pursued photography as a hobby for more than 40 years, and has occasionally sold some of his photos.Beattie’s award […]