Years after he gave a ‘quiet, unassuming’ student a chance to study, history professor Orlan Svingen ‘was completely blown away’ to learn who she really was and what she would do next.
Dreamer, drummer, and would-be crocodile tamer, the new director of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs looks at global challenges through a phenomen(ologic)al lens.
CAS educators are using innovative teaching techniques to flip the traditional concept of lecture-based education on its head and giving students a new perspective on learning.
As the American West turns hotter and drier, local farmers are feeling the heat. Find out what a WSU biologist is doing to develop crops for a warmer future.
New research by a WSU sociologist exposes a critical missing piece in the unfolding story of race, poverty, and air pollution across America.
From shaking up the status quo on Shakespeare to assessing the promise and perils of new media and freshwater fish, members of CAS deliver fresh ideas and new knowledge for a better world.
A priest who longed to be a secret agent and a fundamentalist missionary-turned-spy are among religious activists involved in covert WWII operations uncovered through a WSU historian’s new research.
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