A statistical ecologist’s innovative work incorporates the elusive element of uncertainty to predict the impacts of human activity on eagles, dolphins, and other wildlife.
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A focus on the new WSU Grand Challenges and the college’s leadership and collaborative strength.
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CAS’s recruitment and retention specialist brings a certain magnetism to her work helping students explore opportunities to make the most of their University experience.
Faculty, staff, and graduate students in the arts and sciences are recognized widely for leadership and accomplishment in education, research, creativity, and service to the local and global community.
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The greater WSU community saluted members of CAS who celebrated five-year service milestones in 2015.
CAS faculty, staff, and graduate students can leverage the power of ideas by sharing them with colleagues and the WSU community at Showcase 2016.
The Bottom Line: The full-time academic job placement rate for alumni of WSU’s graduate program in English is better than 90 percent, nearly double the national average.
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WSU Community Martin Luther King Celebration
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