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Where you live may influence your baby’s behavior

A study led by WSU psychologist Maria Gartstein and graduate student Alyssa Neumann found infants from rural families tend to display negative emotions more frequently than their urban counterparts, who typically are less fussy and not as bothered by limits set by their caregivers. 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. Read more >>

Wall art made with wooden cogs. Title reads, "Discovery".Dynamic art

Undergraduates in the Digital Design and Fabrication course created a 7-foot-square interactive art installation composed of precision-cut, wooden cogwheels for the Palouse Discovery Science Center. Learn more >>

Joanna Kelley sampling sulfide in a stream.Interdisciplinary research

Faculty are combining forces with colleagues across WSU to tackle critical questions by integrating knowledge across a wide array of fields. 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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