A medical profession was not always part of Lars Neuenschwander’s plans. In fact, the WSU medical student had to overcome a piercing phobia of needles to pursue medicine.
Graduate students Kitana Kaiphanliam and Brenden Fraser-Hevlin are working to commercialize a bioreactor that is able to grow 25 times more cancer-killing T cells than current technology in half the time.
To date, the Office of the Provost has distributed thousands of dollars in grants to support faculty purchasing new technology to make laboratory exercises more engaging for students.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created recruiting challenges for the upcoming fall semester and while WSU is adjusting deadlines and turning to technology to meet the challenge, it’s also looking for help from faculty and staff.
Sarah Murphy is one of 62 outstanding students from across the United States selected for the award.
Keenan Souve, a civil engineering junior, competed on Wheel of Fortune this February after years of watching the show with his mom. His episode is scheduled to air April 7.
Recognition as Clinton Fellows came after Nam Nguyen and Aaron Ramadan submitted a lengthy business proposal outlining their plan for a handheld device that guides students through a session of meditation in response to mental health stresses.
Bose, a Regents professor and distinguished professor in power in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was selected in November as one of 29 foreign academics.
In recognition of his lifetime business achievements and enduring contributions to education, research, technology and the arts, Mark Pigott will receive an honorary doctoral degree during Fall Commencement on Dec. 7.
Robbie Engelhart, a senior in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, recently earned second place in the Mastercam Wildest Parts Competition. This is the fourth consecutive year a WSU student has placed in the top three.