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International research exchange to explore resilient, high-yielding crops

A new NSF-funded program offers WSU students an unmatched opportunity to travel to Germany to learn first-hand how crop research advances happen. The perspectives that students gain from this program will support their future success in the increasingly global world of plant science. Read More >>

Tim Kohler.International Recognition
Anthropologist Timothy Kohler, lead author on a UN intergovernmental report on climate change, recently received one of the highest honors for a scientist: election to the National Academy of Sciences. More >

Annie Lu, Noah Hansen,, Lauren Forseth, and Vanesa Marar.Meet the 2022 CAS Outstanding Seniors
An international researcher, a police cadet, a certified nursing assistant, and a young mother who speaks five languages are among the 24 students honored in 2022. More >

Vivienne Baldassare.A ‘Goldilocks’ search among the stars
Physicist Vivienne Baldassare is using NASA’s Chandra Observatory and the world’s most powerful X-ray telescope look for medium-sized black holes. More >


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