WSU research featured in Food Engineering Magazine

Pullman, Wash. – Washington State University research on food processing techniques that could improve the quality of meals soldiers eat in the field was featured in the March 2007 edition of Food Engineering Magazine. The research, funded by WSU’s International Marketing Program for Agricultural Commodities & Trade (IMPACT) Center, was conducted by Juming Tang, IMPACT […]

Faculty/staff volunteers help soldiers readjust to college life

A group of staff and faculty members is volunteering to help student soldiers returning from combat readapt to college life. About 40 members of the Faculty and Staff Veterans’ Liaisons program attended a two-hour workshop at the beginning of the semester. They discussed how to assist student war veterans who may have problems separating their […]

Dodging kidney stones and bullets in Iraq

An ailment that afflicts U.S. soldiers fighting in Iraq has prompted the U.S. government to call upon a Washington State University researcher for her assistance. Linda Massey, professor of human nutrition at WSU Spokane, is a world expert on diet’s influence on kidney stones. Kidney stones are uncommon in people under the age of 30; […]