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Genetic implications

A rare, transmissible tumor has brought the iconic Tasmanian devil to the brink of extinction, but new research led by WSU biologist Andrew Storfer indicates hope for the animals’ survival and possibly new treatment for human cancers. Read more >>>

Protesters march in a BLM demonstration.Picturing humanity

Choosing two seemingly unmatched degree programs to double major in helped Madison Rosenbaum learn how to use her creativity to shine light on social issues. Learn more >>

Jaime Chambers.Canines and humans

From play to personhood, anthropology graduate student and former Peace Corps volunteer Jamie Chambers is sniffing out global patterns of dog-human relationships. Learn 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 >>


Undergraduate Research

It’s more than just lab coats. You might develop a sculpture technique, study ancient documents, or discover how to make solar panels more efficient.

Graduate Education and Training

Pursue your thirst for knowledge and gain a competitive advantage with an advanced degree.

Grand Challenges

The College of Arts and Sciences provides fundamental support, collaboration, innovation, and creativity to achieve broad societal impact.



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