Spite, narcissism, sadism, psychopathy—can “dark personality” traits have bright sides, too?
WSU Vancouver mathematicians and scientists have developed new ways to predict effects of climate change on forests and where coastal “dead” zones are likely to develop.
A WSU political science professor co-leads a team of more than 80 researchers across 24 countries tackling the complex question of whether 40 years of gender-equity policies are working.
An expert in racial politics and culture reflects on the problem of Indian mascots and the experiences and inspirations behind his soon-to-go-global teaching and research.
Arts and sciences faculty, staff, and graduate students are widely recognized for their leadership and accomplishments in research, education, creativity, and service to the local and global community.
Faculty and students can learn how to come up with the “next big thing” and become better entrepreneurs through WSU’s new Innovation Corps program sponsored by NSF.
WSU Tri-Cities Digital Technology & Culture students are teaming with high schoolers and world-renowned scientists on videos to improve STEM education and enhance workforce preparation.
WSU students, faculty, and staff have a new resource for optimizing their surveys through design, sampling, question development, and implementation.
The Bottom Line: 29 awards will be conferred during the annual CAS Appreciation & Recognition Social April 14 in the CUB Senior Ballroom.
The College of Arts and Sciences can help you with every step of the pre-award process.
Through March 25
Stephenson Distinguished Lecture in Physics
SURCA – Showcase for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
MFA Thesis Exhibition
April 4-May 7
Humanities Week 2016
“Humanities and the Natural World” – April 8-14
Keynote address by Bill McKibben – April 13
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