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Canines through the lens of human culture

Anthropology graduate student and former Peace Corps volunteer Jamie Chambers is delving into a Yale University-based ethnographic database, sniffing out global patterns of dog-human relationships from play to personhood across 186 cultures. Read more >>>

Mount St. Helens.A new generation of research

Forty years after the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, WSU researchers are still discovering valuable insights to the ways nature responds to extreme disturbance. Learn more >>

Location, location, location

Psychology study finds Infants from urban families typically are less fussy and not as bothered by limits set by their caregivers compared to their rural counterparts. Learn more >>

Three minute thesis contestants with Dean Jockers.One slide, three minutes

Eight doctoral students accepted the WSU Three Minute Thesis challenge to present a compelling oral presentation on their research work and its significance. Learn more >>


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