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International student-athlete reflects on WSU career

Linnea LindbergLIke many undergraduates, swimmer Linnea Lindberg says she now considers Pullman “home.”

The lone senior on the WSU swimming team, Lindberg is from Stockholm, Sweden, and is earning a degree in psychology at WSU Pullman.

“It is difficult to come to a new culture and experience a whole new place and language and everything,” Lindberg said.

Despite the geographical difference, Lindberg has enjoyed her time in Pullman. As she prepares for her final home swim meet, she fondly recalls » More …

Mock Trial team powered by real courtroom experience

Group photoFrom the probing plaintiff’s attorney to the deft defense counsel, students in Mock Trial at Washington State University play a variety of roles and gain valuable experience in preparing for careers in law. Adding powerful authenticity to their experience, this year’s Mock Trial team recently got the rare opportunity to practice their skills in an authentic courtroom and to meet with real-life judges, lawyers and other legal professionals where they work. » More …

Undergraduate curates exhibit for Black History Month

Sidney Murphy discussing work on display in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.Anthropology senior Sidney Murphy thinks it’s important that people of all ethnicities connect with art and that art can help us celebrate culture.

Murphy, who is also earning a minor in exhibition studies, selected works of four prominent black artists from the collections of Jordan Schnitzer and his family foundation for a special six-week “Social Space” exhibit at WSU’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

“Black artists and ethnic artists are the lowest-represented at art museums — and especially black women,” Murphy said. The four featured artists–– » More …

Undergraduates contribute to academic research

Students holding new Electronic Literature Lab t-shirts.Seven undergraduates worked in Electronic Literature Lab during the fall semester. They ranged from sophomores to graduating seniors, with hard skills in coding, videography, multimedia design, and animation. All of them excellent writers and verbal communicators, and  some of the best problem-solvers I’ve ever worked with. All of them Digital Technology & Culture majors enrolled in the Creative Media & Digital Culture program at WSU Vancouver.

All of them also helped to turn out numerous and very important academic resources for scholars in digital humanities. » More …

WSU undergraduate receives Sigma Xi research grant

100 years Grants-in-aid of Research Sigma XiAnnMarie McCracken, a student at WSU Pullman, has been awarded one of only 17 undergraduate research grants from the international scientific research honor society Sigma Xi  and its Grants‑in‑Aid of Research program.

McCracken is pursuing a double degree and plans to graduate with a bachelor’s degrees anthropology and French. She will receive financial support from the program’s ecology category for » More …

Psychology student named Athlete of the Week

hir Levy passes the ball to her teammate.Shir Levy, freshman forward on the WSU women’s basketball team, might not pop off the stat sheet, but her defensive presence has kept her in the starting lineup and earned her “Athlete of the Week” from the Daily Evergreen.

Levy’s international experience, along with her freshman standing, makes her a very intriguing piece for the future of the WSU women’s basketball program. » More …

Inside the undergraduate research experience

Madison ArmstrongMadison Armstrong, a senior studying evolutionary biology and ecology, has spent much of her time experiencing the world through research and scientific exploration. To say that she has been involved in an abundance of research experiences, would be a massive understatement.

Armstrong started her research experience in Ecuador at age 17, working for “Operation Wallacea,” a conservation company that is based out of the United Kingdom. She met scientists from all over the world that had the same interests and » More …

Accelerated honors program for future veternarians

Emily Austing and Claire Stein.Emily Austin, a WSU sophomore and zoology major, says the accelerated Honors Veterinary Medicine program was one of the main factors that drew her to WSU.

The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Honors College have partnered up to provide an exceptional opportunity for motivated undergraduate students who are dedicated to a profession in veterinary medicine: through early admission to the DVM  program, students can become a veterinarian in just seven years.

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Rhodes adds to honors at commencement

student in cap and gownSenior Kayla Rhodes was selected to carry the College of Arts and Sciences gonfalon at the December 2018 commencement ceremony in Pullman. Graduating with a double major in math and computer science, Kayla is a peer tutor for the WSU Math Learning Center and the outgoing president of the Math Club. During the past three years, she has completed internships at the Walt Disney Company, Hewlett Packard (HP), and CDK Global. A WSU Regents Scholar, Kayla also was selected as a Boeing Scholar last spring and worked » More …