|Researchers Build Sensors To Help Drought-Stricken Brazil
Washington State University researcher Sasha Richey leads a project that will provide better measurement, monitoring and management of the groundwater in Brazil.
|College of Education Dean Receives Fulbright Specialist Award to Korea
Mike Trevisan, dean of the WSU College of Education, has received a Fulbright Specialist Award from the U.S. Department of State.
|Colleges Should Push for Overseas Studying
Exchange programs offer WSU students chance to explore their major, biases outside Pullman.
|Professor’s Research to Help Choral Conductors in India
Dean Luethi has been asked by the National Association for Music Educators (NAFME) to produce four levels of choral conducting instruction, to be offered via online videos to choral conductors in India.
|Dolan Receives Fulbright Award
Daniel Dolan has received a Fulbright Scholar grant for 2018-19 to study and develop a new prescriptive building code for the Chilean government.
|Life Always Finds a Way
For the first time, researchers have seen life rebounding in the world’s driest desert, demonstrating that it could also be lurking in the soils of Mars.
|Raised in Rwanda, WSU Trained
Esther Rugoli studies agricultural biotechnology at WSU, and plans on attending graduate school before returning home to Rwanda.
|Agreements Provide Collaboration Opportunities With EU Universities
WSU recently signed agreements to pursue the establishment of transatlantic collaborations with two leading universities in Austria and Germany on research programs and student exchanges.
|Learning an Ancient Language
WSU Doctoral Student travels to the former Aztec Empire to learn the ancient language of Náhuatl.
|Anjie Bertramson, Crimson Spirit Award Recipient for January 2018
Former Global Learning Advisor receives Crimson Spirit Award for January 2018.